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How a Criminal Record Affects Residency & Citizenship

Having "good moral character" is an important requirement when applying for a green card or U.S. citizenship through naturalization. Unfortunately, a criminal arrest or conviction on your public record can make it difficult for you to establish good moral character.

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We’re Here Illegally & Had Kids Here. Are They Citizens?

If your child was born in the United States when you were in the country illegally, you might wonder, “Are children born in the U.S. citizens?” Another thing you may wonder is whether you, as a parent, can gain legal status through your U.S. citizen child.

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Dispelling Myths About Citizenship

Becoming a U.S. citizen is a crucial milestone in the life of any immigrant or non-U.S. citizen living or working in the United States. With your U.S. citizenship, you can enjoy federal benefits, similar civil rights, and privileges exclusive to only citizens of the United States.

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What You Need to Know About Divorce & Immigration

When an individual who is an immigrant goes through a divorce, it also creates complications for their immigration status. If you are definitely going to get a divorce or if you are considering one, working with an immigration attorney can help you understand your rights after divorce.

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Waivers for Fraud, Unlawful Presence, or Criminal History

If you or a relative has been denied a visa or application for permanent resident status for any reason, such as fraud, criminal history, or unlawful presence, you may be eligible for a waiver.

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I Used Fake Documents to Enter the U.S. & Married a Citizen

Love is a beautiful thing, and it makes people happy. As an undocumented immigrant in the United States, nothing prevents you from falling in love and marrying a U.S. citizen. However, whether your marriage makes you eligible for lawful permanent resident status (green card) can pose different issues.

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Can I Appeal a Naturalization Denial?

Becoming a U.S. citizen is a long and labor-intensive process, but one that’s infinitely worth it. If you’ve recently immigrated to the United States and taken the steps to acquire citizenship, you should feel proud of all you’ve accomplished.

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What if I Entered the U.S. Illegally but I Married a Citizen?

Marrying a U.S. citizen as an undocumented immigrant who entered the country illegally has been a common phenomenon in the United States in recent years.

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Important Notice: Office Visits Allowed Only by Appointment

Due to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus), it is our ethical responsibility to limit in-person appointments until further notice.

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This Senate Bill Would Provide Legal Help to Immigrant Minors Facing Deportation

The most important factor in whether a child facing deportation gets to stay or not, studies have shown, is whether they have an attorney.

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