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Citizenship & Crime: Can I Be Deported If I Have A Problem With The Law?

Deportable Crimes If you are a non-citizen living in America, you may worry that trouble with law enforcement could result in a deportation. According to the Department of Homeland Security, a person convicted of a “deportable crime” can be expelled from the United States and barred from re-entering for a specified number of years. Here is a short guide to…

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Workers’ Compensation And Immigration Status: Who Can Recover in NJ?

If you have ever been injured on the job, or know someone who has, you have no doubt heard about workers’ compensation. This system allows employees to recover their medical bills and lost wages if they are injured on the job, regardless of negligence by the employer. All employers in New Jersey are required to have workers’ compensation insurance. But…

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Immigration Rules and Laws

It is a well known fact that the United States of America was built on immigration. Immigrants came from places like Ireland and Germany in the early 19th century and then others from Greece, Italy, Poland, Russia and Syria followed suit in the late 19th century. Fast forward to 2016 and there were 1.49 million foreign-born individuals that moved to…

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What To Do If Your Spouse’s Green Card Was Denied?

GREEN CARD ATTORNEY IN ELIZABETH, NJ If your spouse’s green card request was denied, you need an experienced New Jersey immigration lawyer now to examine the possible chances of eventually winning an approval. If USCIS approves the spouse or fiancé petition (Form 1-130 or Form I-129F) and denies the adjustment of status application (Form I-485), your next steps may be…

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Post-play Discussion Examines Issues of Immigration Law and Policy

On January 28th, Michael Noriega, Esq. hosted a panel that included Sara Mora, Jenna Pannepacker, Farrin Anello, Esq., and Sharon Rothstein. This panel followed the play A Good Farmer which examined issues surrounding immigration. It debuted at the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) and was performed by the American Theater Group. Noriega helped take a closer look at the topics…

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