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New York deportation lawyer
Receiving a notice to appear for removal proceedings is frightening for immigrants who live in New York. When people are facing the possibility of deportation from the U.S., they might believe their situations are hopeless and believe that they will be removed if they do not voluntarily leave. However, it is possible to defend against...
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New York DACA Lawyer
Nearly 2 million children were brought into the U.S. by their parents unlawfully before 2012. Despite growing up in the U.S. and considering the country to be their home, many of the people brought into the U.S. unlawfully through no fault of their own still face risks of deportation and removal. Recognizing that undocumented people...
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New York work permit
Undocumented immigrants in New York might be eligible for U visas and work permits when they have been the victims of certain types of crimes. A U visa is a special type of nonimmigrant visa that might be granted to a crime victim who reports what happened to him or her and cooperates with the...
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New York TPS Lawyer
A recent decision by the Supreme Court of the United States may affect thousands of people who are present in the U.S. under temporary protected status. Temporary protected status or TPS is granted by the government to people to allow them to remain in the U.S. temporarily when their home countries are unsafe because of...
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New York provisional waiver lawyer
Hiring a New York Provisional Waiver Lawyer People who have been deemed inadmissible to the U.S. might be eligible for provisional waivers. These waivers are designed to prevent extreme hardship that might otherwise occur for the family members of inadmissible people if they were forced to move to the home country or if the inadmissible...
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New York E-2 visa lawyer
Citizens of certain countries with treaties of commerce with the U.S. might be eligible for E-2 visas if they want to invest substantial capital to develop and operate a business within the U.S. People can apply for E-2 investor visas directly at U.S. Consulates abroad, helping to make the process relatively fast. The E-2 treaty...
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excluded workers fund
One of the latest efforts on the part of New York lawmakers to provide much-needed protections for undocumented immigrants is the establishment of an excluded workers fund. This fund will provide $2.1 billion in assistance for workers who were not eligible for unemployment benefits after losing their employment during the pandemic. The new fund will...
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Farmworker Immigration
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on March 18, 2021, that would provide a pathway to citizenship for many undocumented immigrants currently living and working in the United States. The measure addresses the issue of farmworker immigration and provides a way to achieve legal status for these hard-working members of our labor pool....
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Bidens immigration plan
As the first elements of President Joe Bidens immigration plan make their way through the U.S. House of Representatives, many immigrants are watching the process with cautious optimism. The arrival of thousands of new migrants at the Texas border, however, may slow the progress of this bill and could cast doubt on the feasibility of...
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New York marriage visa
Understanding the difference between a fiancé visa and a marriage visa can help you navigate the immigration process more effectively. While both of these visas are intended to help U.S. citizens to bring their foreign spouses or spouses-to-be to this country, each has its benefits and drawbacks. Here are some of the most important differences...
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