Tag Archives: immigration law

Expunged Records and Immigration Cases

For most people with a minor criminal record that conviction becomes not only a personal embarrassment, but frequently also an employment problem. Having a criminal record can make finding and keeping a job much more difficult. Having a record that … Continue reading

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Avoiding Immigration Scams

UPDATE: Lately immigrants all over the country are being targeted in phone scams. Scammers may call or email, pretending to be a government official. They say that there is a problem with an application or additional information is required to continue the … Continue reading

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Immigration Reform is not Amnesty

There are roughly 10 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, and under the current immigration law most of these people are unable to legitimize their status. As of the time this article is written (March 2013), there is no amnesty … Continue reading

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5 Things Every Undocumented* Person Living in U.S. Should Know

Stay out of trouble with the law. Certain criminal activities will automatically result in police reporting you to immigration authorities. Also, convictions for some crimes will certainly make it harder to get legal status in the future, if not downright … Continue reading

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