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Reasons Why Your Asylum Application Got Rejected

Asylum cases aim to provide protection and a new start to individuals fleeing persecution and danger in their home countries. But not all asylum claims are successful, and many factors affect why your asylum case may be denied in Charlotte, NC. Here are a few of the reasons: Inconsistent or Insufficient Evidence Lack of consistent […]

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How to Write a Recommendation Letter For a National Interest Waiver

A recommendation letter for a National Interest Waiver (NIW), also known as EB-2 NIW Recommendation Letter, can help you get an EB-2 Visa and come to the United States to live and work. But first, you need to know how it must be written and what should be included in it. Then, you’ll have a […]

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Supreme Court Rules for DACA

Supreme Court Denies Trump Administration’s Action to Stop Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

By: Pradeek Susheelan, Esq. Chief Justice John Roberts provided the swing vote needed for a five-four decision ruling Trump Administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was “arbitrary and capricious” under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA). The vote by Justice Roberts is a welcome surprise as the conservative majority appeared to side […]

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Coronavirus and Your Consular Case: The Ball Can Keep Rolling

As the world faces a global pandemic for the first time in over 100 years, it seems as though immigration challenges abound. Businesses are shuttered, many countries are not allowing international or domestic travel, and it seems as though these challenges are halting global immigration as a whole, for the sake of humanity.  While it is true […]

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In win for Trump, U.S. Supreme Court makes deporting immigrants for crimes easier

By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday made it easier for federal authorities to deport certain immigrants who have committed crimes in a victory for President Donald Trump’s administration. The court ruled 5-4 to uphold a lower court decision that found a legal permanent resident from Jamaica named Andre Martello Barton […]

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Immigrants and Stimulus Checks: 5 Key Takeaways from the CARES Act

Many of our clients have contacted us concerning the stimulus benefits in the CARES Act and what it means for them. What about the public charge? Unemployment? Here are five key takeaways from the CARES Act that you have been wanting to know:  1) Collecting Unemployment Does Not Make You a Public Charge– Given the new rules […]

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Trump Administration Promotes Hardline Judges To Fill Board of Immigration Appeals

The Trump administration is continuing to use its power over the Immigration Court system to make legal immigration processes for immigrants more difficult. The latest action comes as six Judges with a questionable history of handling asylum cases have been promoted to the Board of Immigration Appeals, which reviews all Immigration Judge decisions. This latest […]

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ICE Doesn’t Have to Release You from Detention, Matter of M-S explained.

Attorney General Barr in Matter of M-S-, 27 I&N Dec. 509 (A.G. 2019): Even If you Have Credible Fear of Being Persecuted or Tortured, ICE Doesn’t Have to Release You from Detention Since its beginnings in 2017, the Trump administration has touted plans to build a wall, then to close the border, then to keep migrants […]

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