Blog Posts in 2014

What is considered Marriage Fraud?

You probably already know that marriage fraud is illegal both from an immigration and a criminal standpoint. Entering into a sham marriage (or "Green Card marriage") can lead to criminal ...
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¿Que significa la expulsion de los Estados Unidos de America?

Según cualquier diccionario legal, en la definición de expulsar o de por ejemplo " emigrar a USA o a los Estados Unidos", se explica que implica acogerse a la ley de ...
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What is a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT)?

Moral turpitude refers to a criminal act that is per se morally reprehensible and intrinsically wrong. Being convicted of a Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT) is one of the oldest grounds of ...
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Accion ejecutiva de Obama para inmigrantes indocumentados en Estados Unidos

El Presidente Barack Obama, ha anunciado una acción ejecutiva que permitirá la deportación de al menos cinco millones de inmigrantes indocumentados. Sin embargo, otros tantos se ...
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What is a considered to be a false claim to U.S. citizenship?

Making a false claim of U.S. citizenship is a federal criminal offense punished by 18 U.S.C.A. § 911. It is also a cause of inadmissibility and removability from the United States. This offense ...
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Can I get U.S. Citizenship by investment?

Under U.S. immigration law, wealthy foreigners can obtain permanent residency (Green Card) by investing at least a half-million dollars in a commercial enterprise that creates at least new 10 jobs for ...
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Immigration Fraud Case Against 5 Individuals gets dismissed

My client, a U.S. citizen and resident of New Jersey, retained my firm to represent him in a criminal matter in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida for conspiracy to commit ...
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How the Immigration Appeal process works

Not every immigration cases is successful. Every year, thousands of cases are denied by USCIS or by immigration judges. An appeal is a petition to a higher authority to reverse a decision or a ...
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What are the convictions that affect the Green Card?

Moral turpitude refers to an act that is per se morally reprehensible and intrinsically wrong. Many immigration crimes are included in the category of Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT) , or ...
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Can U.S. Citizenship be revoked by the Federal Government?

Can a naturalized citizen lose citizenship? U.S. citizenship can be revoked to those who became naturalized citizens. Natural born citizens of the US can be stripped of Citizenship only in extremely ...
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The Harsh Consequences of Entry Without Inspection (EWI)

Unless you were born in the United States or were born in a foreign country and obtained a Report of Birth Abroad as the child of one or both U.S. Citizen parents, you will need a Visa or Green Card ...
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When can a U.S. Citizenship application be denied?

Applications for U.S. Citizenship are made by filing Form N-400 with USCIS. In order to apply for U.S. Citizenship, it is necessary, first of all, to have been a lawful permanent resident for at least ...
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