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Naturalization test
Immigrants who apply to take the naturalization test on or after December 1, 2020, will face a new set of challenges. As of this date, immigrants will have to demonstrate a working knowledge of basic English in speaking, reading and writing the language. Aspiring citizens will also be required to show that they understand U.S....
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Cuban Detainees
Cuban detainees in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have reportedly been coerced or even tricked into agreeing to return to Cuba. ICE officials have misled some detainees into thinking that they would be released from custody to reunite with their family in the United States if they signed a form provided by...
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immigration sponsors
Those who sponsor immigrants for entry and permanent residence in the United States may face serious legal and financial consequences as part of the Trump administration’s ongoing efforts to discourage and to block immigration into this country. A memorandum signed by President Trump in 2019 reinstituted the self-sufficiency rule for immigrant sponsors. This rule requires...
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I was referred to Frieda Goldstein by a family friend in April 2016 and from the very moment I walked out of my initial consultation, I knew right away that if anyone would be representing me, it would be her. I hired her because she demonstrates vast experience in immigration law, showed empathy after learning...
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Miami Motion to reopen lawyer
Even if you or a family member has already received an order of deportation, filing a motion to reopen the deportation order can provide added help in managing these issues and protecting your right to remain in the United States legally. Working with a qualified Miami motion to reopen lawyer can provide you with added...
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Miami Citizenship Week
The second annual Miami Citizenship Week was held from September 11 to September 18, 2020. This event is designed to promote awareness of naturalization procedures and to provide immigrants with the information and motivation they need to complete this process for obtaining U.S. citizenship. Given the recent unfavorable political environment for immigrants, applying for citizenship...
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Hialeah Immigration
Choosing the right Hialeah immigration lawyer can make a significant difference in the outcomes you and your family can expect from visa applications, citizenship proceedings and other issues in the immigration arena. Working with a qualified and knowledgeable Miami immigration lawyer is typically the best way to resolve issues with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)...
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2021 Visa Lottery
The 2021 visa lottery winners have been announced by the Bureau of Consular Affairs (BCA), a division of the U.S. Department of State. Egypt, Russia, Iran, Algeria and Sudan topped the list in terms of the number of immigrants awarded a visa through the lottery, with about 6,000 immigrants represented from each of these countries....
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South Florida immigration
A stealth move by the state of Florida could endanger the rights of many immigrants to drive legally within the state. In May 2020, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles adjusted the types of identification documents required for immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses within the state. The changes put in place by...
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Miami H1B lawyer
H1B visas are designed to allow skilled and specialty workers to enter the United States to work here on a temporary basis. In general, H1B visas are issued for three years and can be extended to allow visa holders to remain in the United States for a total of six years. Working with an experienced...
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