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Domestic Violence Victim Green Card

Domestic Violence Victim Green Card

Update on VAWA Reauthorization for Abused Spouses Domestic violence is a serious problem for any family, but it is especially devastating for immigrant families. An abuser who holds legal immigration status (either as a citizen or permanent resident) can use this to...

The Bona Fide Marriage Exemption to Removal Proceedings

The Bona Fide Marriage Exemption to Removal Proceedings

Facing removal proceedings can be a frightening prospect for non-citizens, as you may be ordered to leave your life in the United States for many years. If you are in a serious romantic relationship with a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may fear that...

Basics About the Proposed Public Charge Rule

Basics About the Proposed Public Charge Rule

Of interest to us as Miami immigration lawyers is the proposed Public Charge Rule by USCIS. This proposed Public Charge Rule may affect your eligibility to adjust status as an immigrant. Below are some frequently asked questions: What is the proposed public charge...

What You Need to Know About the New 90 Day Rule

What You Need to Know About the New 90 Day Rule

As Miami immigration lawyers, we sometimes get questions about the 90 day rule within the immigration context. Below are some frequently asked questions. What is the 90 day rule? The 90-day rule subjects a nonimmigrant to a presumption of having made a willful...

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