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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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Miami Immigration Deportation Lawyer
A week ago, federal investigators arrested over 20 illegal immigrants associated with a counterfeiting syndicate that forged immigration documents so immigrants could obtain legal Florida driver licenses. The mastermind behind the counterfeiting scheme is 47-year-old Valois Nunez Artelis. He faces several federal charges and will go to trial in federal court, later this month. According...
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Immigration Lawyer in Miami
Last month, ICE told all migrants to attend the immigration court hearings held on January 31, or risk being deported. Immigrants were given Notices To Appear (NTAs) for the hearings, but immigration attorneys said the January 31 hearing date provided by ICE was false. Attorneys discovered the date was fake when they were attempting to...
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Miami Immigration Help
The recent government shutdown has caused serious issues in an immigration system already overwhelmed with cases and plagued by delays. Many individuals waiting for decisions about their immigration status have been left in limbo during the shutdown, which is expected to cause even greater delays for immigration cases in the coming months. For those trapped...
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Miami ICE Deportation Lawyer
In a stunning example of abuse of power, Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay participated in efforts by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to deport a U.S. citizen. A lawsuit filed on December 3, 2018, by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) describes the ordeal faced by Peter Sean Brown after he surrendered himself to local...
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Miami H-1B Visa Attorney
The H-4 visa has been a subject of significant controversy since President Donald Trump took office. These visas are generally issued to the spouses of those who hold H-1B non-immigrant visas allowing them to work in specialty occupations in the United States. A lawsuit filed by anti-immigration group Save Jobs USA challenges the right of...
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Citizenship Status
State Representative Thad Altman introduced a bill into the Florida House of Representatives on December 11, 2018, that would require e-verification of citizenship by all employers within the state. The bill would require employers to run applications through a federal database to check citizenship status for all job candidates, slowing down the onboarding process to...
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Requests for Asylum
The rate of denials for asylum applications by immigrants in the Miami area reached an 18-year high in 2018. According to data compiled and released by the Transactional Record Access Clearinghouse of Syracuse University, immigration agencies denied 86 percent of the applications for asylum during the period between September 2017 and September 2018. At least...
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Refugees
The arrival of a large group of refugees at the Mexico border has prompted a call from President Trump for added funding for his planned border wall. Images of tear gas being used on immigrant children by U.S. Border Patrol officers reached the media provoked significant backlash against Trump’s policies and the implementation of those...
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Notice to Appear
New guidelines announced by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will present even greater obstacles for immigrants who are going through the legal process to remain in the United States. These rules are scheduled to go into effect on November 19, 2018, and will allow USCIS greater latitude in issuing Notices to Appear (NTAs)...
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