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US Citizenship
Knowing the US Citizenship Requirements Many U.S. residents living in New York decide to become naturalized U.S. citizens. Citizenship comes with multiple benefits and additional rights that lawful permanent residents don’t enjoy, including the right to vote in federal elections, serve in political office, and others. Unlike naturalized U.S. citizens, lawful permanent residents could also...
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Venezuelan Immigration
Venezuelan Immigration into the United States Venezuelans have been fleeing Venezuela because of the massive political, social, and economic problems caused by years of living under dictators, including Hugo Chavez and Nicholas Maduro. In the past few years, millions of people have fled Venezuela, and many have made their way to the border to request...
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New York City Migrants
Legal Help for New York City Migrants The large influx of migrants at the southern border has continued, leading to a crisis. Many people have arrived at the border to escape dangerous circumstances in their home countries in a bid to seek asylum in the U.S. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has reacted to the arrivals...
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IDNYC card
Getting an IDNYC Card Many asylum-seekers have recently arrived in New York City and need help with identification so that they can find employment. Agents with the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol often seize the identity documents of new arrivals at the border, leaving some people without passports or national identity documents. However, for those...
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H-1B visa
Many New York companies depend on their ability to bring in foreign-born workers through the H-1B visa program to fill their open positions and attract talent. However, the H-1B visa program is mired in problems caused by too-low annual caps, substantial backlogs for immigration from certain countries such as India, and political issues. A New...
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immigration detentions
Some New York immigrants are detained while they wait for their deportation cases to be heard by the immigration court. Since the immigration court system has a significant backlog of cases, many people wait for months or years for their cases to be heard. While some immigration judges grant bonds to detained immigrants who do...
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New York asylum seekers
Help for New York Asylum Seekers A pandemic-era immigration rule, Title 42, is set to end on May 23, 2022, unless a judge issues a stay before then. This rule dates from the former Trump administration and allows immigration officials to summarily deport migrants without due process. Under this rule, the Department of Homeland Security...
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New York immigration case
Help With Your New York immigration Case If you have a New York immigration case that has been pending in the immigration court for a long time, you might be interested in learning about the latest effort from the Biden Administration to clear the backlog in the court dockets. Currently, undocumented immigrants who entered the...
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Ukraine Refugees
Legal Help for Ukraine Refugees The brutal invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces has resulted in more than one million refugees fleeing the country into bordering nations. As more Ukrainians continue to flee, the West, including the United States, is preparing to absorb a large influx of Ukraine refugees. On March 3, Department of Homeland...
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New York Green Card
Need Help Getting a New York Green Card? Each year in the U.S., an average of 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas are available for eligible foreign nationals and their immediate family members who want to immigrate to the country based on their education and skills. To qualify for an employment-based immigration visa, you must meet the...
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