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Can I Be Arrested at My USCIS Interview?
Can I Be Arrested at My USCIS Interview?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) appear to be working together to detain and threaten the deportation of people being interviewed about their marriage to a U.S. citizen. Immigrants who are married to U.S. ...

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Blog posts in Immigration

  • Can I Sponsor My Same-Sex Partner for a Green Card?

    At Musa-Obregon Law PC, our New York immigration lawyers are proud to serve the legal needs of those interested in LGBT immigration . Many of our ...

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  • What You Need to Know About the U.S. Travel Ban

    If you’ve been out of touch with the news, you may not have heard of Executive Order (EO) 13769, alternatively titled “Protecting the Nation from ...

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  • Expungement and Immigration: Should I Seal My Record?

    The process of sealing your criminal record is called expungement . Individuals may want to have their records expunged for a variety of reasons. For ...

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  • Your Naturalization Interview: How to Prepare

    When you think about the weight that a naturalization interview carries, the thought of doing well can be intimidating, especially if you feel ...

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  • USCIS Transfers Frustrating

    USCIS Workload Transfer After Petitions Taking Longer Than Expected For those waiting on their submitted petition for U.S. Citizenship from the USCIS, ...

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  • Financial Immigrant Sponsor Requirements

    Poverty Lines Raise for Financial Sponsors of Immigrants The recently published 2016 Poverty Guidelines have been slightly raised. The poverty ...

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  • ICE Detainers and Holds on Federal Defendants with Bail

    When an individual is arrested by local law enforcement agency (LEA) and is discovered to be a noncitizen, they will notify Immigration and Customs ...

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  • What is the 601 Waiver?

    The 601 waiver is a document intended to allow individuals who are deemed inadmissible to the U.S. to request a waiver to remain in America while they ...

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  • DACA/DAPA Currently On Hold Awaiting Court Decision

    Millions of unauthorized immigrants await the decision of the federal court for the expanded deferred action program enacted by President Obama via ...

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