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Understanding the Consequences of the Permanent Bar for Illegal Re-Entry into the U.S.

Understanding the Consequences of the Permanent Bar for Illegal Re-Entry into the U.S.

Understanding the Consequences of the Permanent Bar for Illegal Re-Entry into the U.S. The United States has long been a destination for people from all corners of the world, seeking opportunities, safety, and a better life. However, entering the country illegally can have severe consequences, one of the most significant being the possibility of facing […]
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Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away

Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away

Exploring Immigration Options When A Petitioner Passes Away The immigration process can be complex and challenging, and the unfortunate circumstances of the death of a petitioner can further complicate matters. However, it’s important to remember that there are still potential immigration options available for beneficiaries even after the petitioner’s passing. In this blog post, we […]
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Casas Immigration , Ltd. visas, Temporary Status, Citizenship, crimmigration

FEDERAL COURT LITIGATION AND APPEALS

Federal Court Litigation and Appeals FEDERAL COURT LITIGATION AND APPEALS Litigation in federal court is becoming more and more common in the practice of immigration law, particularly due to the unreasonable delay faced by many foreign nationals who have applied for immigration benefits. Our federal litigation practice consists of the following types of cases: petitions […]
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CRIMMIGRATION

Crimmigration CRIMMIGRATION The intersection of criminal and immigration law is a particularly important and complex area of the law.  Various crimes can make an immigrant inadmissible or removable (i.e. deportable).  To make that determination, a legal analysis must be conducted, as immigration law reclassifies certain state crimes and criminalizes certain acts that may not be […]
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Removal/Deportation Proceedings

Removal/Deportation Proceedings Removal/Deportation Proceedings Being placed in removal/deportation proceedings is often an immigrant’s biggest fear.  The government can initiate removal proceedings against non-citizens, including legal permanent residents (i.e. green card holders) under various circumstances.  With limited exceptions, most individuals placed in removal proceedings can have their case heard before an Immigration Judge.  This is the […]
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Casas Immigration , Ltd. visas, Temporary Status, Citizenship

Citizenship and Naturalization

Citizenship and Naturalization Naturalization Naturalization is the process through which an immigrant to the United States can become a U.S. citizen. Only certain immigrants are eligible for this benefit.  Eligibility for naturalization generally depends on several factors, including but not limited to: How long you’ve had your green card; How long you’ve physically lived in […]
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