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The Permanent Bar

The permanent bar in immigration law refers to a provision that permanently bars certain individuals from entering or re-entering the United States. This bar applies to individuals who have been unlawfully present in the United States for an extended period of time...

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Consular Interview

What will you need for your consular interview? Read on... Prepare Your Documents: Make sure you have all the required documents neatly organized and readily accessible. This typically includes your passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate (if applicable),...

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Abusive Spouse based Green Card – VAWA

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a piece of legislation in the United States that aims to provide protections and support for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and other forms of gender-based violence. One significant aspect of VAWA is...

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Violence Against Women Act

Applying for immigration benefits under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a complex legal process. VAWA provides protection and immigration relief for certain victims of domestic violence, including spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and permanent...

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What to do if ICE comes to your door.

If Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) comes to your house, it's crucial to understand your rights to ensure your safety and protect yourself. Here's what you should know: Remain Calm: If ICE comes to your house, try to remain calm. Panic or resistance could...

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Biden v Trump

The 2024 Election Donald Trump's Immigration Policy: 1. Border Security: Trump focused heavily on border security, advocating for the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to curb illegal immigration. 2. Travel Ban: Trump implemented several iterations...

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Filing for U.S. Citizenship

In filing for U.S. citizenship, you typically need to follow these general steps: 1. **Check Eligibility**: Ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria for becoming a U.S. citizen. This typically involves holding a green card (permanent residency) for a certain...

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Abused Spouse Green Card

If your United States citizen spouse filed for your Abused Spouse Green Card, but now your relationship has fallen apart, you may still be able to proceed. If your spouse subjects you to “extreme cruelty” you may be able to file for yourself based upon the VAWA laws....

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Filing for Asylum in the USA

Seeking or filing for asylum in the United States is a complex legal process, and it's important to follow the proper procedures. Keep in mind that the information provided here is general guidelines, and it's highly recommended to consult with an immigration attorney...

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