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Federal law has for decades legally allowed individuals from other countries to apply for asylum if they have a well-founded fear of persecution or torture based on a protected ground of their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Winning asylum is already very difficult, with […]

Next year is a presidential election year, and electioneering has already begun to gain momentum in both parties.  There’s no doubt the ever-increasing political rhetoric has begun to motivate future voters at both ends of the political spectrum who may qualify to become U.S. citizens.  As immigration attorneys, we see […]

After months or even years of waiting, you have finally received your green card. While excited about your new status as a permanent resident, you might be wondering what comes next. Below are some helpful tips, including how to help maintain your green card status and how to start preparing […]