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You never know when you'll be put in a situation that will require you to have a lawyer of your own to represent you and help fight your battle. It may not seem a likely scenario. However, there is no harm in being prepared. Preparation will mean that if you do find yourself in a position that calls for expert advice and someone who's qualified to ...
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DACA, Immigration and Understanding Dreamers

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DACA (Dreamer recipients) have been a major focus in the news. The failure to legalize DACA is of such political importance that the government shutdown. The program, named "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" is an important part of immigration that helps many foreigners seek residency in the United States. Obama's memo on the matter allows pe...
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Main Benefits Associated With Hiring A Really Good Immigration Lawyer

There are so many that do not really want to hire an immigration lawyer when they want to immigrate to the USA due to various different reasons. The problem is that lawyers are going to be really important in this case. They will help to make the process much smoother and will drastically increase the possibility of being accepted. According to off...
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Refugee Status in the US

Every year, the President of the United States will send a proposal to the Congress for the maximum number of refugees that can be admitted into the US for the upcoming fiscal year, as specified under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). This number is also known as the "refugee ceiling". Every year refugee advocates seek to raise the number whereas anti-immigration groups want to reduce it. Whatever their claims may be, once proposed, the refugee ceiling is normally accepted without substantial Congressional debate. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, there was a substantial disruption to the processing of resettlement claims with admissions falling to about 26,000 in the year 2002. All refugee claims were double checked for any suspicious activity and strict procedures were put in place to detect any possible terrorist infiltration to the country. Given the ease with which foreigners can otherwise legally enter the US, entry...
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