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  • WHEN DO YOU NEED AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER AND FAMILY LAW LAWYER?
    WHEN DO YOU NEED AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER AND FAMILY LAW LAWYER?

    It may seem like immigration law and family law are worlds apart with no overlap. In fact, there are three very common situations in which you just may need the services of an attorney who can assist ...

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  • New Guidance Makes It Easier to Deny Immigration Applications
    New Guidance Makes It Easier to Deny Immigration Applications

    Effective September 11, 2018, immigration agencies will no longer be required to issue Requests for Evidence (RFE) or Notices of Intent to Deny (NOID) prior to denying an application for immigration ...

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  • Ways To Protect Your Family If You Are Detained or Removed (Deported)
    Ways To Protect Your Family If You Are Detained or Removed (Deported)

    Over the past few weeks, my office has been receiving numerous calls from undocumented immigrants, concerned about what will happen to their families if they are detained or removed from the United ...

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  • Naturalization
    Naturalization

    NATURALIZATION Nationalization is the process by which foreign nationals gain United States citizenship. Most permanent residents are eligible to apply for naturalization after holding permanent ...

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  • Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Decision on Injunction
    Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Decision on Injunction

    On May 26, 2015, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Federal Government's appeal of the temporary injunction which prevents the Department of Homeland Security from implementing the ...

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  • Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to Hear Oral Arguments on Executive Action Injunction
    Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to Hear Oral Arguments on Executive Action Injunction

    On April 17, 2015, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in the case of State of Texas, et al. v. United States . This is the case in which Texas and other states challenged ...

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