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Tips for Immigration Marriage Interview

Suppose you’re a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) with a green card and you’ve married a foreign national. You have filed all the necessary paperwork for your spouse, and the two of you have been called in for an interview by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

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Will I Be Deported if Someone Reports Me to Immigration?

Massachusetts is a vibrant, welcoming state. According to the latest data, roughly one in every six (17.6%) Massachusetts resident is foreign-born. With such a diverse population come issues related to immigration.

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Immigration FAQs

Immigration is a complex and multifaceted topic that can be difficult to navigate. Understanding how immigration laws apply to your situation is essential to make your way through the process successfully and avoid delays or other issues that could arise along the way.

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Can Green Card Holders with a Record Travel Out of the U.S.?

As a green card holder, you may have questions about whether or not it is safe to travel outside the United States if you have a criminal record. The answer depends on the severity of your conviction and the country you are planning to visit. It is strongly advised to speak with an attorney about your individual case before making any plans for international travel.

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Responding to NOID and NOIT

If you’re seeking to obtain lawful permanent resident status (LPR) in the United States through asylum or marriage – or generally through an I-130 application, Petition for an Alien Relative – somewhere during the official review process, you may receive communication from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) with the abbreviations NOIT or NOID.

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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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