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New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses How to Prove Your Child is a Citizen

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses How to Prove Your Child is a Citizen

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses How to Prove Your Child is a Citizen As a experienced New Jersey Immigration Lawyer, I’m often ask by clients about proving their child is a citizen of the US.  Many times, clients will come to our office before they transfer abroad, specifically a US citizen.  They always want to…

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Remaining in the US if You Have American Born Children

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Remaining in the US if You Have American Born Children

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Remaining in the US if You Have American Born Children As a New Jersey Immigration Attorney, clients often ask me about staying in the US because they have American born children.  Just within the last few weeks a woman came to my office upset.  She brought with her a notice that she…

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Discusses Threats by Gang Violence

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Discusses Threats by Gang Violence

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Discusses Threats by Gang Violence As a dedicated New Jersey Immigration Attorney, I am often asked by clients about threats to them from gangs in their home country.  I met with an individual who came to my office extremely distressed about a month ago.  He’s from Guatemala and about a month ago some…

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Minors Remaining in the U.S. if Detained

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Minors Remaining in the U.S. if Detained

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Minors Remaining in the U.S. if Detained As a dedicated New Jersey Immigration Lawyer, clients often ask me about minors and if there is a chance they can stay in the U.S. if they get detained.  Sometimes relatives or friends of the young people who are abandoned, neglected youths come to…

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Sponsoring a Person Who Doesn't Live In the U.S.

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Sponsoring a Person Who Doesn’t Live In the U.S.

New Jersey Immigration Attorney Explains Sponsoring a Person Who Doesn’t Live In the U.S. As a New Jersey Immigration Attorney, I get questions all the time from client’s about sponsorship of person who lived out the U.S. the past 8 months.  Recently, a parent came to my office, and they mentioned that their daughter was…

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Clarifies if you Need your Documents Translated for an Interview at the U.S. Embassy

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Document Translation for U.S. Embassy

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Discusses Document Translation for U.S. Embassy As an experienced New Jersey Immigration Lawyer, clients often ask me about if a person interviews at the US Embassy should they have their documents translated. Very often, when we are close to the end of someone’s green card processing, especially if people have to depart…

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Explains Applying for a Travel Document if You Have a Work Visa

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Explains Applying for a Travel Document

New Jersey Immigration Lawyer Explains Applying for a Travel Document  As a skilled New Jersey Immigration Lawyer, clients often ask me about filing for a travel permits and a work visa.  I think everyone knows that over the last few years, there’s been this wonderful program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, since 2012.  Since…