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Immigration Law: Common Defenses If You’re Facing Deportation Part 2

Receiving a notice to appear in immigration court (and facing deportation proceedings) is not only stressful, but depending on your reason for traveling to the United States, returning home could put your freedom and even your life in jeopardy. Fortunately, U.S. immigration law recognizes several defenses to deportation that can allow you to remain in … Continue reading “Immigration Law: Common Defenses If You’re Facing Deportation Part 2”

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Feel at Home with the U. S. Immigration System

Want to understand more about the U.S. Immigration system? If you like to learn through videos, you can pick from a range of them on the Landerholm Immigration YouTube channel. There are videos in Spanish and English that explain the kinds of defenses that may be available to you to prevent deportation. The videos can instill … Continue reading “Feel at Home with the U. S. Immigration System”

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“What is ‘Cancellation of Removal’ and How Can it Help Me?”

If you are facing deportation proceedings, there is a lot of uncertainty ahead. But, the most important thing to remember is that you have rights that must be respected and options about how to move forward and defend yourself against the immigration court. One of these options is called the “Cancellation of Removal.” There are … Continue reading ““What is ‘Cancellation of Removal’ and How Can it Help Me?””

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Witnesses in Deportation Hearings: How They Help Your Case

Facing deportation is terrifying for you and your loved ones. Not only are you at risk of being separated from your friends and family, but you have to deal with court proceedings and detention. That’s why it’s essential that you do everything you can to present the best case possible so that you might see … Continue reading “Witnesses in Deportation Hearings: How They Help Your Case”

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5 Keys to Success if You are Making an Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals

If you have been handed an unfavorable decision by an immigration judge, then you should immediately think about filing an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals (the “BIA”). The BIA is the highest administrative committee for interpreting and applying immigration laws. It can hear appeals from decisions made by immigration judges from around the … Continue reading “5 Keys to Success if You are Making an Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals”

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The Immigration NOID: What You Need to Know

Immigration cases can be very complex and receiving notices in the mail might be confusing or scary depending on the situation. One notice that is sometimes sent out to immigrants is called the Notice of Intent to Deny, also called NOID. If you or someone you love has received a NOID, what does this mean … Continue reading “The Immigration NOID: What You Need to Know”

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What to Expect During Removal Proceedings: A Step-by-Step Overview

It can be scary to learn that you might not be allowed to remain in the United States as an immigrant based upon a violation or crime you have committed. However, if you do end up in the midst of removal proceedings, there are specific steps that you can expect to happen. Today we’re going … Continue reading “What to Expect During Removal Proceedings: A Step-by-Step Overview”

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Contested Hearings: 5 Ways the Government May Try to Prove You Are Deportable

People come to the United States for many different reasons, some with the intention to stay only for a time, and others with the hope of becoming a citizen someday. Until someone is actually holding their citizenship papers in hand, however, there is always the risk of facing deportation by the government. There are many … Continue reading “Contested Hearings: 5 Ways the Government May Try to Prove You Are Deportable”

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The ‘Notice to Appear’: What it Is and What to Do When You Receive One

When United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issues a Notice to Appear (NTA) before an immigration judge, the recipient must appear in immigration court at a specific time, date, and location. The NTA is a charging document sent to foreign nationals signaling the start of removal or deportation proceedings. If you’ve been served with … Continue reading “The ‘Notice to Appear’: What it Is and What to Do When You Receive One”

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How to Spot an Immigration Scam

A crucial key to understanding potential immigration scams is to understand the current law. This can sometimes be difficult because the law changes often, as it did in November of 2014, when President Barack Obama issued several executive orders on immigration. In general, offers to help with immigration may be scams if they don’t comply … Continue reading “How to Spot an Immigration Scam”

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