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Court Says Those Who Enter The US Illegally, Can’t Get Citizenship

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

The Supreme Court made it a little harder for certain immigrants to get Green Cards. The saddest part is, they denied that right to immigrants entering the country under the worst of conditions—fleeing hardship, disaster or oppression. TPS Status and Citizenship The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that immigrants who fled to America under what… Read More »

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Questions To Expect In Your Marriage Based Green Card Interview

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

Let’s say that you are getting married, and you are trying to get a marriage based green card. The process has been explained to you, and you generally think that you will qualify. Your marriage is genuine (that is, not just being done for immigration purposes), so you have no concerns. Except for the… Read More »

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US Takes A Hard Line Position On Haitian And Cuban Immigration

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

Normally, there are a number of immigration programs to help people who are fleeing violence, oppression or unrest in their home countries. Whether it be asylum, or a country being put on a temporary protected status, when drastic but temporary conditions exist, the United States often makes exceptions for immigrants fleeing from those countries…. Read More »

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DACA Is Halted, And In Jeopardy–Again

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, is once again on life support. The program has been implemented and stopped numerous times. This time, a federal court ruling threatens to end it for good, and appears to have, at least for now, suspended the program. What is DACA? DACA is a program that… Read More »

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Court Says Incomplete Notices To Appear May Be Invalid

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

If you are an undocumented immigrant, you may eventually get what is known as a “notice to appear.” As the name indicates, it is the document that requires that you appear in immigration court on the date and time stated in the notice. Deadlines and Time in the Country As a general rule, if… Read More »

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Could Court Appointed Lawyers Be Coming To Immigration Courts?

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

We have often written about how unfair it is that immigrants with low incomes still do not have access to good, qualified immigration lawyers, outside of programs that may provide free legal services to them—programs that are often overworked and understaffed. Despite the fact that in immigration, people’s lives and liberty are often at… Read More »

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Supreme Court Says Immigrants Have Burden Of Proof In Hardship Cases

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

We recently wrote about the ability of an immigrant to apply for a hardship waiver, which would avoid deportation where the deportation would cause a severe and undue hardship on relatives. But the ability to get a hardship waiver isn’t available to people who are not already in the country legally, nor to people… Read More »

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Can You Work In The United States Without A Social Security Card?

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

A Social Security number is used by the government to allow people to work legally in the United States. Whether here legally or not, a lot of immigrants simply don’t have a valid Social Security number. So can you work without a Social Security number? How to Get a Social Security Number A Social… Read More »

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All About Travel Visas

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

If you are coming into this country, but not with the intention of staying here permanently, a travel visa may be right for you. There are even situations where you may not even need a travel visa. Remember that if you are travelling somewhere else—outside of the United States—whether you need a visa or… Read More »

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Haitian Nationals Get TPS Protection

By Devore Law Group, P.A. |

There should be some relief for the Haitian immigrant community, as the government has announced a new temporary protected status (TPS) designation for the Haitian community. Haiti had previously been given TPS status, then had it removed in 2019, and many lawmakers urged the administration to provide it once again. Why Haiti? The basis… Read More »

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