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Immigration Enforcement is on the Rise Across the Country

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The current Presidential Administration’s stance on undocumented immigrants and their families has led to a rise in the number of deportations and family separations. The physical and psychological impact these policies have on individuals and families has been well documented,...


EB-5 Visa: Immigrant Investor Program is Set to Expire Late September

Immigration Reform

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program has been called a “visa for billionaires.” Created 28 years ago, it allows wealthy investors of other countries to invest a minimum of $1 million in any venture or $500,000 to a high unemployment area...


Attorneys and Accredited Representatives Can File Form N-565 Online

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Attorneys and accredited representatives can now file form N-565 online. How can this simplify the process? A Form N-565, Application for Replacement of Naturalization/Citizenship Document, is a form used to apply to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to replace...


Temporary Protected Status: Honduras, Somalia, Yemen, and Nepal. What Does That Mean for Those Nationals?

Immigration Reform, Temporary Protected Status

Temporary Protected Status, also known as TPS, is a designation given to certain foreigners that are citizens of another country who are present in the United States but cannot immediately return due to the current conditions of their country. Typically,...


Border Patrol: What Should Immigrants Know About Interior Checkpoints and Their Rights?

Border Patrol

The situation at the border has been increasing tension around the country for months. People are being detained, families are being separated, and individuals trying to flee situations in their homelands are being turned away at the border. The situation...