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Recent Posts in Immigration Lawyer Category

Denied I-485

My I-485 Application was Denied Question: USCIS denied my I-485. What do I do now? Answer: An application for adjustment of status (Form I-485) can be denied for many reasons. First, an attorney needs ...
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There is hope for DAPA eligible immigrants

There is hope for millions of people eligible for DAPA The Supreme Court's decision to hear Obama's Immigration Executive Action Case brings hope to millions of DAPA eligible immigrants. On ...
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Writ of Mandamus in Federal Court

SHOULD I FILE A WRIT OF MANDAMUS? Angela and Boris Angela is a United States citizen. She is married to Boris who is a citizen of Macedonia. Angela filed Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative on ...
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The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Tunisian immigrant

The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of an immigrant from Tunisia Being a legal permanent resident doesn't make an individual immune from deportation. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act ...
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Termination of Removal Proceedings

Termination of Removal Proceedings On November 20, 2014, the Secretary of Homeland Security ("Secretary") announced several immigration policy initiatives affecting a number of DHS programs. ...
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Fear of Deportation is Still Alive

FEAR OF DEPORTATION IS STILL ALIVE The number of deportations is still too high in the midst of President Obama's strugle to implement his executive action plan. According to the President's ...
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Immigration Reform

IMMIGRATION REFORM On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced he would exercise his right to issue an executive order (or memorandum) allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to temporarily ...
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Can I apply for Asylum?

Can I apply for Asylum? New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Aneliya M. Angelova answers common questions regarding asylum. Who may apply for asylum? Anyone who has a well-founded fear of persecution based ...
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Are you a person of good moral character?

Are you a person of good moral charachter? Being a person of good moral character is one of the many requirements for obtaining US citizenship. An applicant for citizenship must be a person of good ...
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Can writing a bad check jeopardize your immigration status?

Can writing a bad check jeopardize your immigration status? Many states have criminal statutes regarding bad checks. New Jersey is one of them. Many people do not know that writing a bad check can be ...
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Removal Proceedings

Removal Proceedings What does it mean to be in removal proceedings? When the government has reasons to believe that a certain individual (an immigrant or non-immigrant) should not remain in the United ...
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Am I deportable?

Criminal grounds of removability/deportability Can I be deported if I have a conviction? Answer: Yes, if you are not a US Citizen, you may be placed in removal proceedings. Whether or not you will be ...
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Adjustment of Status through Marriage

Adjustment of Status (green card) through Marriage Foreign spouses of US Citizens and US Permanent Residents can receive green cards if they meet certain criteria and submit the required petitions and ...
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Who needs to file I-751?

I-751 - Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence Who needs to file I-751? Answer: Form I-751 is the second step for completing the permanent residency process. This form is for conditional residents ...
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Immigration Relief for Filipino Nationals

USCIS announced that Filipino Nationals affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda may be eligible for various immigration benefits including but not limited to the following: Change or extension of ...
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Can I file an I-601A waiver?

I-601A Waiver / Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver FAQ Questions and Answers Q: Who needs an I-601A waiver? A: Certain immediate relatives of US Citizens who are inadmissible based on accrued ...
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Can I Get a Green Card?

Can I Get a Green Card? Authored by: Aneliya Angelova Immigration can be a complex and time consuming process. The most common questions clients ask are "Can I get a green card?" and ...
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Do I need an Immigration Lawyer?

Do I need an Immigration Lawyer? By: Aneliya Angelova, Esq. Immigration is a complicated and fast changing area of the law. The most important question is whether an individual is eligible for a ...
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