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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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  • What to Expect During Removal Proceedings
    What to Expect During Removal Proceedings

    If you’re an immigrant , you understand what’s at stake if you are officially removed from the United States. The process of removal begins with a letter in the mail—the Notice to Appear (NTA). The ...

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  • The Deportation Process 101: Understanding the Basics
    The Deportation Process 101: Understanding the Basics

    The deportation and removal process in the United States is intimidating, to say the least. With the Trump Administration promising to keep cracking down on undocumented immigrants and sending ...

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  • Are the Rulings of an Immigration Judge Able to Be Appealed?
    Are the Rulings of an Immigration Judge Able to Be Appealed?

    It is fairly common knowledge that the ruling of a criminal court judge or a civil court judge can be appealed if the disfavored party thinks a technical error corrupted the judge’s decision. Does the ...

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  • Bringing Witnesses to Immigration Court for Removal Proceedings
    Bringing Witnesses to Immigration Court for Removal Proceedings

    The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will start removal proceedings if it believes a lawful permanent resident (LPR) is no longer deserving of that status. A criminal ...

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  • Using a Cancellation of Removal (LPR) Application
    Using a Cancellation of Removal (LPR) Application

    A lawful permanent resident (LPR) is generally permitted to stay within the United States for extended periods of time, or even indefinitely. However, certain circumstances can unfold that eliminate ...

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