Understanding Aggravated Felonies and How They Can Impact Your Immigration Case

No matter your US immigration goals, few things can have a bigger impact on your case than being convicted of a crime or potentially even associated with criminal activity. And when it comes to immigration law, no crimes are more severe than aggravated felonies. Most of them serve as automatic disqualifiers for a wide variety […]

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A Guide to Cancellation of Removal for LPR Immigrants

Last month, we detailed the eligibility requirements for a non-Legal Permanent Resident immigrant in the US to qualify for a cancellation of removal. When you are facing deportation, a cancellation may be your best resource to prevent being removed from the country. But what about legal permanent residents (LPR), or Green Card holders, who are […]

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Employment Creation Aliens: Who Qualifies for the EB-5?

The EB-5 Program was created by the Immigration Act of 1990 as a way to help stimulate the US economy by utilizing foreign investors. This program allows entrepreneurs who are going to invest a significant amount of capital in a commercial enterprise in the United States, as well as their immediate spouse and children under […]

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Nonimmigrant Visas: Understanding TN Status

If you own a business that employs Canadian or Mexican citizens, or you are a professional from either of those countries, you might consider NAFTA to be one of your best friends. NAFTA stands for the “North American Free Trade Agreement,” which was agreed upon by the three biggest North American countries in the early […]

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The Immigration Interview: Four Tips for Success

If you have an immigration interview scheduled for some point in the future, you should begin preparing as soon as possible. Being as prepared as possible can help ensure the best possible results. The following four tips will help you to avoid common problems. Listen Carefully and Bring an Interpreter If Needed When you are […]

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