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Month: June 2020

Family-based immigration explained

If a person wishes to come to the U.S., he or she must secure a visa from the government, which requires the person to know someone who is already in the country to act as a sponsor. The U.S. Department of State explains that a person can sponsor family members to...

Challenges at work and deportation

Our law office knows that there are many reasons why people are deported, but those which arise due to one's employer are often very challenging and emotional. For example, some people are ultimately deported after their position is terminated, such as those who stay...

Crimes involving moral turpitude

Foreign residents in the United States should have peace of mind that they are in no danger of removal from the country. One of the ways to help ensure confidence in a long term stay in the U.S. is to know what the federal government requires of foreign residents to...