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U.S. Citizenship
A Queens Immigration Attorney for a visa may help you or your significant other throughout the whole application process to be less painstaking. The services of immigration lawyers are valuable in this regard. Immigration lawyers offer professional legal help and are experienced with K1s and K3s along with other visa cases. They’ve dealt with various...
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We were hired by a Canadian woman who married her United States citizen husband in 2008. At the time, he petitioned for her by filing an I-130 and I-485 simultaneously. Unfortunately the couple was not represented by an attorney. At their first interview, they did not have the required documents in order for the applications...
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We were hired by a woman from Korea who initially received her conditional residence by virtue of marriage to her former husband, a United States citizen. The couple met when she began working for him as a research assistant, he a professor at her university. When she graduated and applied for medical school, she had...
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We were retained after a married man, from Haiti, had his petition for lawful permanent residence denied by USCIS. His wife, a United States citizen had filed the petition without the help of an attorney the first time. We attended the second interview with the couple but the officer still had some doubts about the...
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A young lady, in her early twenties, originally from Venezuela, who also has Spanish citizenship was petitioned for by her husband, an officer in the United States Air Force. The young woman came to the United States when she was approximately six years old and had overstayed her visitor’s visa. She had been out of...
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Our client, a Cuban national, had a conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude dating back 14 years. We applied for Cuban adjustment but pushed back the interview date until 15 years had passed from the time of his conviction. With the conviction 15 years in the past, our client qualified for a waiver that...
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Our Client is a Chinese citizen who was the subject of abuse by her USC ex-husband. Although she had an approved I-130 she was previously denied adjustment to LPR as her application was deemed abandoned when she was unable to produce the additional information in support of same. She was later placed in removal proceedings....
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Our client was convicted for Drug Trafficking in Federal Court in October 1990 and sentenced in January 1991. Our firm represented him in the Miami Immigration Court on a waiver which was granted. He filed for citizenship and was denied because USCIS claimed that he was convicted in January 1991 and that federal law precluded...
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Our client, a disabled Nicaraguan National was denied U.S. citizenship due to an arrest record that included arrests and convictions that were not him but appeared on a national database for arrests. The client retained our firm after his denial and we filed an appeal in his case. We had the client take his fingerprints...
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Our client, a Venezuelan national, applied for asylum with the Miami Asylum Unit of the United States Immigration and Citizenship Services after several years of being in the United States. As a gay person, his claim was that he would be persecuted on account of his sexual orientation in Venezuela. Individuals who apply for asylum...
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