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Immigration News
Miami non-immigrant visas
An online system recently launched by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will make it easier to extend Miami non-immigrant visas without an inconvenient and time-consuming trip to the local USCIS office. The system is known as eProcessing and will allow students, tourists and business travelers to apply for extensions of their visas online and...
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American Dream and Promise Act
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on June 4, 2019, that would provide a viable path to citizenship for Dreamers and recipients of temporary protected status (TPS). Known as the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019, House Resolution 6 was introduced on March 12, 2019, by its sponsor, Democratic Representative Lucille Roybal-Allard....
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Deportation Defense Lawyer
Help From a Miami Deportation Defense Lawyer A new program initiated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has attracted support from county sheriffs across the state of Florida. Initiated on May 6, 2019, the Warrant Service Officer program will certify corrections officers to perform some of the functions of ICE agents. At least 10...
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Visa Lawyer
Help From a Miami Visa Lawyer More than one million people have used the online system recently implemented at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website to apply for immigration benefits or to take advantage of the tools available online. For many immigrants, working with a Miami immigration lawyer can provide the right support...
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Immigration Judge Complaints
El Paso Court of Immigration Receives Administrative Judge Complaints Mistreatment and malfeasance on the part of immigration judges could be having an impact on the decisions handed down by the court system responsible for deciding on asylum and other immigration judges. A recent report on the El Paso Service Processing Center highlights some of the...
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no-match letter
No-Match Letter Issues and Immigration The latest development in the Trump administration’s ongoing anti-immigrant policy may be coming from the Social Security Administration (SSA) as a no-match letter, which is currently reviving its once-defunct policy of sending out no-match letters to employers when the Social Security number (SSN) provided by an employee does not match...
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Miami Ice Detention
Miami Ice Detention Request Officials at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have reportedly issued requests for the detention of 420 U.S. citizens in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties in the state of Florida. These false deportation requests occurred between 2017 and 2019 and resulted in jail time for some legal residents in our area and across...
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Haitian Immigrants
In an unexpected move, the Trump administration has extended temporary protection status (TPS) for  Nicaraguan, Sudanese, Salvadoran and Haitian immigrants already in the United States. The extension was announced on February 28, 2019, by the Department of Homeland Security and will extend TPS until January 2020. Over 300,000 people will be affected by this extension, which...
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Immigration Paperwork
Avoiding some of the most common mistakes when filing your immigration paperwork can streamline the process and ensure the best outcomes for your case. Working with a qualified Miami immigration lawyer can provide you and your family with the most effective support for visa applications, deportation proceedings and other issues involving Immigration and Customs Enforcement...
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H-1B Work Visa
H-1B Work Visa The Trump administration’s harsh statements about immigrants to the U.S. have overshadowed one of the most important facts about these relative newcomers to our country. Data collected by the National Immigration Forum indicates that immigrant-owned businesses are responsible for $4.8 trillion in revenues for the United States. These companies provide employment for...
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