What To Know About Working With A Family Immigration Lawyer

5 May 2021
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When you want to call a new country your home, it is important to stay ahead of the game with all of your immigration matters. A family immigration attorney will be useful to you when you are hoping to receive the best outcomes. These attorneys will help oversee your process and make sure that your rights are protected. In this article, you will get to know more about immigration laws and how they will apply to your particular situation. Read More 

Why You Can’t Just Fill Out Forms Yourself And Wing It

24 November 2020
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Immigration is a complicated business, no matter how simple a government department tries to make it -- and most government departments don't make it that simple. From convoluted language to sudden shifts in immigration policy, the journey from living in one country to another is not really one you can totally do on your own, at least in terms of the paperwork. However, it can be tempting to try to do everything yourself to save on legal fees. Read More 

Need Help Staying In The Country? What You Need To Know About Seeking Asylum Status

27 June 2018
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If you've entered the United States as an asylum-seeker, you've joined a very large group. Hundreds of people are entering the United States each day in an attempt to obtain immigration and asylum status. However, it's a very long process, and not everyone is helped right away. To speed up the process, it helps if you're prepared. It also helps if you understand the process. Here are five things you need to know if you're seeking asylum. Read More 

4 Ways You May Land on the Deportation List

27 July 2017
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If you are an immigrant, one of the last people you want to see on the porch of your home is Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers. The staff of this agency is responsible for enforcing laws governing border control, trade, and immigration. When they arrive, they are normally there to escort someone who have appeared on their list to their headquarters to ask questions about their current immigration status. Unfortunately, there are ways you can land on the deportation list. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Apostille Document Certification

25 July 2017
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If you are looking to conduct legal business in a foreign country, you may be required to obtain an apostille document certification. This is a term that many people are not familiar with. If you yourself are not familiar with this term, read on to learn more about it.  What is Apostille Document Certification?  When you are looking to transfer legal documents within the United States, you may have to get these documents notarized. Read More