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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Here’s What You Need to Know About Getting a Green Card During COVID-19
    Here’s What You Need to Know About Getting a Green Card During COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive delays and disruptions in our legal system. Immigration has taken a particularly hard hit, which is why submitting your application and moving forward with ...

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  • Simon Law Group, PLLC Continuing to Serve Clients During COVID-19
    Simon Law Group, PLLC Continuing to Serve Clients During COVID-19

    Throughout the nation, COVID-19 has caused businesses to shut down and cities to grind to a halt. Individuals are either self-quarantining or forced by government orders to stay home as much as ...

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  • Immigration Policies Under Trump Administration May Worsen Coronavirus Pandemic
    Immigration Policies Under Trump Administration May Worsen Coronavirus Pandemic

    The Trump administration has implemented a variety of policies designed to curb immigration. Although the White House has insisted that the U.S. welcomes legal immigrants with open arms, all classes ...

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  • Supreme Court Allows Implementation of Public Charge Rule
    Supreme Court Allows Implementation of Public Charge Rule

    On January 27, 2020, the Supreme Court voted by a narrow margin to allow the Trump Administration to move forward with the public charge rule. This vote lifted an injunction resulting from lower ...

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  • U.S. Starts Returning Asylum Seekers at Arizona Border to Mexico
    U.S. Starts Returning Asylum Seekers at Arizona Border to Mexico

    On January 2, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that migrants who illegally enter the United States through the Arizona-Mexico border will be sent back to Mexico while they ...

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  • Will My Divorce Affect My Immigration Status?
    Will My Divorce Affect My Immigration Status?

    Life is rarely ever predictable. The marriage that once brought you joy might not last forever. Unfortunately, if you are residing in the U.S. on a visa you obtained through your spouse’s application, ...

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