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How to Renew a Green Card

By Ruth Jean

What is TPS (Temporary Protected Status)?

By Ruth Jean

For many foreign nationals in the United States (authorized or not authorized), events in their native country have made it imprudent or unsafe to return home. Perhaps armed conflict has broken out, or maybe a natural disaster has damaged major cities...

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What Criminal Offenses Make You Deportable?

By Ruth Jean

As an immigrant living in the United States, you are subject to the same laws that govern U.S. citizens. Breaking them can result in the same penalties that citizens receive, including fines, restitution, and incarceration. However, there is one...

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The Child Status Protection Act Explained?

By Ruth Jean

At one time, getting green cards for minor children presented challenges. As a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you could (and still can) petition for an alien relative to join you here, but some preference categories have such a backlog of...

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WHAT TO DO IF YOUR LOVED ONE IS DETAINED BY ICE

By Ruth Jean

The current political climate is a difficult one for many immigrants and their families. When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement released its Enforcement and Removal Operations Report for 2019, it noted that approximately 50,165 people were...

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