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  • ICE Agents Are Reportedly Texting Undocumented Immigrants to Get Them Deported
    ICE Agents Are Reportedly Texting Undocumented Immigrants to Get Them Deported

    Newsweek and unnamed immigration expert sources are reporting that ICE agents have started sending text messages to undocumented immigrants to get them to cooperate with deportation proceedings. John ...

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  • As Deadline Looms, What's Going to Happen to DACA?
    As Deadline Looms, What's Going to Happen to DACA?

    A couple of months after leaders of the Democratic Party struck a deal with President Trump to permanently protect individuals enrolled in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), there is still ...

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  • What Kind of Business Visa Do I Need as an Investor?
    What Kind of Business Visa Do I Need as an Investor?

    Many business people are interested in starting a business in the United States. Becoming the owner of your own company might have been something you have wanted to do for a long time. However, to ...

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  • Protecting Your Family from Immigration Issues When You are Detained
    Protecting Your Family from Immigration Issues When You are Detained

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has increased its efforts since the Trump Administration began, especially in regards to locating undocumented immigrants and deporting them. While ICE has ...

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  • Preparing for a Visit from ICE
    Preparing for a Visit from ICE

    With Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) presence on the rise, more and more workplaces are seeing ICE raids. Workplace enforcement is expected to grow, so it is important to prepare your staff ...

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  • How Does Naturalization Affect Foreign Travel?
    How Does Naturalization Affect Foreign Travel?

    Naturalization is the legal process in which a non-citizen acquires citizenship through a number of ways. This generally occurs when the individual has stayed in the adopted country for a minimum ...

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