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Immigration Court Terms
Immigration Court Terms

Attending Immigration Court can be a daunting and overwhelming experience. Understanding who the different parties are and what to expect at court helps to ease some anxiety. Below is a glossary of commonly used terms and phrases used at Immigration court. Asylum: Asylum is ...

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Blog posts in November, 2019

  • Key Differences Between a U-visa & a T-Visa

    The U visa and T visa are both forms of humanitarian relief under U.S. immigration law and are both available for people who have been victims of ...

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  • Glossary of Key Immigration Terms and Concepts

    Immigration law is a body of complex concepts, words, and phrases. Below is a list of commonly used words and phrases, simplified into understandable ...

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  • Basics of the T-Visa

    The T-visa is for immigrants who have been victims of severe human trafficking. Trafficking includes both sex and labor trafficking. Only 5,000 ...

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  • U-Visa Adjustment of Status

    The U-visa is a visa for people who have been victims of certain crimes, suffered substantial physical or emotional harm from the incident(s), and who ...

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  • VAWA Waivers

    The Violence against Women Act provides a way for people who have been abused by their lawfully resident spouse, parent, or child, to apply for a ...

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  • Should I apply for a U-Visa or VAWA?

    The U-visa and VAWA have many similarities. Which one is appropriate for your situation involves complex legal analysis, and your case should be ...

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  • Rules for Deriving Citizenship

    What is Derivation of Citizenship? Derivation of citizenship applies to children who are lawful permanent residents, who are under the statutory age, ...

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  • Acquiring and Deriving Citizenship

    Besides naturalization , there are three ways that a child can obtain citizenship: birth in the United States, Acquisition of Citizenship, and ...

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  • Acquisition of Citizenship Rules

    Determining acquisition of citizenship is a four-step process: (1) determine if the parents were married or not (in wedlock or out of wedlock), (2) ...

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