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coronavirus and immigration
The coronavirus pandemic has created slowdowns and shutdowns across the country, including at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This has resulted in issues for immigrants who live, work and study in the United States. While USCIS has not yet announced any automatic extensions related to coronavirus and immigration, applications for extensions are still being...
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NY Immigration Services
NY Immigration Services In an ironic twist, the zip code that includes Corona and North Corona in the borough of Queens in New York City has been hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. As of March 30, 2020, 947 positive tests for coronavirus had been reported in this relatively small geographical area. Zip code 11368...
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Deportation Attorney
Help from a New York Deportation Attorney According to immigration advocates, the New York response to the coronavirus pandemic has left out one key group. Immigrants make up 22.9 percent of the population of the state of New York. Many of these individuals work in jobs that do not allow for working remotely or avoiding...
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Qualified New York Immigration Attorney
Hiring a Qualified New York Immigration Attorney Working with a New York immigration attorney can help families to deal with a wide range of issues that involve visas, immigration status, problems with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and citizenship applications. Understanding the role of the immigration attorney in helping you resolve your issues can help...
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Manhattan Immigration
Getting a Green Card with the Help of a Manhattan Immigration Lawyer If you or any member of your family needs a green card to enter or remain in the United States legally, working with a qualified and experienced New York immigration attorney is usually the best strategy for achieving this goal. Understanding the steps...
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