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  • Court Rules That Trump Can End Temporary Protected Status, Potentially Forcing Out 400,000 Immigrants
    Court Rules That Trump Can End Temporary Protected Status, Potentially Forcing Out 400,000 Immigrants

    The Future of Immigrants in the United States on Temporary Protected Status Relies on the November Election Trump sparked outrage across the nation this year when he announced his intent to end the ...

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  • How to Become a Permanent Resident in the U.S.
    How to Become a Permanent Resident in the U.S.

    Green cards (the documents that signify lawful permanent residence) have many different benefits. You can travel more freely outside the U.S., work anywhere in the United States for (almost) any ...

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  • DACA Restored but Vulnerable Thanks to Supreme Court Victory
    DACA Restored but Vulnerable Thanks to Supreme Court Victory

    Existing Beneficiaries Can File for Renewal for Now Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been successful in permitting hundreds of thousands of eligible undocumented immigrants to stay ...

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  • Trump Administration Bans New Work Visas Through 2020
    Trump Administration Bans New Work Visas Through 2020

    Citing the COVID-19 crisis, the Trump administration has heavily restricted nearly every type of immigration. In April, for example, the President issued a 60-day travel ban , effectively halting the ...

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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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  • 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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