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Should a Green Card Holder With a Conviction Leave the U.S.?

If you’re currently a green card holder in the U.S., you’ve no doubt worked very hard to achieve this status and you don’t want to do anything to jeopardize it. Traveling outside the U.S. can get tricky if you have a conviction in your past — even if you’ve served out your sentence completely.

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Immigration Arrest: What Should You Do?

If you or a loved one has been detained by immigration officials, you need to know immigrant rights under federal law and how to exercise them.

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Dispelling Myths About Citizenship

Someone from a foreign country who has been in the United States and achieved lawful permanent resident (LPR) status may wonder whether it’s worth the extra effort to become a U.S. citizen. After all, they have a job, a home, maybe a family, and things are going well.

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I’m a Citizen. Can My Family Members Be Permanent Residents?

It’s no wonder that becoming a U.S citizen is the hope of so many people across the world given how many opportunities it provides. There are a few ways to start this journey, but you’ll first need to become a permanent resident.

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Understanding the Naturalization Process

For many people, becoming a U.S. citizen is a lifelong goal and one they spend years planning for. The citizenship process can be long and difficult, and you may become frustrated along the way if you experience setbacks.

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What If I Get Deported but My Children Were Born in the U.S.?

Deportation is every immigrant’s worst nightmare. The situation can be even more stressful and frightening if you are at risk of deportation and you have children who were born in the United States.

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How a Criminal History Impacts Green Card & Citizenship

If you are a green card holder and you were convicted of a crime, you might wonder how the conviction may impact your immigration status. Can a criminal history derail you from the path to citizenship in the United States?

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Who Is Liable when A Car Accident Is Caused by An Animal?

It’s a common occurrence: a dog darts out into the street and a driver brakes suddenly or swerves while trying to avoid hitting it. A deer leaps into the roadway and crushes the front of the car on impact.

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Responding to NOID and NOIT

When your hopes and dreams rest on legal status in the United States, it can be heartbreaking to receive a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) or a Notice of Intent to Terminate (NOIT) from U.S. Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS). Understand that they are not the final decision.

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When Is a Car Manufacturer Liable for An Accident?

Most often when someone thinks about liability for a car accident, they think about the fault of another driver. A negligent driver, however, is not the only party that can be held liable for a car accident that causes injuries or death.

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