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It's not a wise idea to overstay your United States visa

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in US Immigration Law on Thursday, November 28, 2019. When you apply for and receive a visa to visit or work in the United States, it generally has effective dates on it....

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What kind of work visa can I get?

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. There are millions of people who dream of moving to the United States to pursue an employment opportunity. While this sounds easy enough, the immigration...

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Do not make jokes with immigration officials

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in Immigration Detention on Thursday, November 7, 2019. You feel nervous when you talk to immigration officials. You often like to cover your nervousness with humor....

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Minor mistakes could lead to extensive immigration detention

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in Immigration Detention on Friday, October 25, 2019. The unfortunate reality in the United States is that even minor, unintentional mistakes, if they break the law, can...

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Understanding immigration detention and the removal process

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in Immigration Detention on Saturday, September 28, 2019. If you or a loved one have been detained as an immigrant, it is likely to be an upsetting situation in which you...

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Can immigrants post bail when they're in a detention center?

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in Immigration Detention on Thursday, August 15, 2019. Citizens who get arrested in the United States can often post bail in order to get out of jail. They then have to...

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Warning signs that could lead claims of marriage fraud

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in US Permanent Residency on Friday, May 31, 2019. Dealing with the immigration laws of the United States can be stressful and difficult for visitors or those who wish to...

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Do you need to carry your green card?

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in US Permanent Residency on Friday, October 19, 2018. A green card is the more common name for a Permanent Resident Card in the United States. This card shows the...

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Tips for passing your citizenship interview

On behalf of Immigration & Nationality Law Group posted in blog on Sunday, March 4, 2018. Moving to the U.S. comes with numerous challenges, no matter your age or nationality. Whether it was your intention all along or you...

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