Blog Posts in November, 2018

  • What Happens to My Green Card After Divorce?

    While divorce means the end of a marriage, it could also result in revocation of permanent residence—and even deportation from the United States. According to U.S. immigration laws, an immigrant who is part of a legitimate marriage can qualify for a green card . In the event of a divorce, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may review the validity of the marriage. Fortunately, ...
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  • What a Democratic Takeover of House Could Mean for Immigration

    The Democratic Party regained the majority of the House of Representatives following this month’s midterm elections. What this most likely means is more scrutiny will be applied to President Donald Trump’s legislative agenda—especially when it comes to immigration. Democrats plan to use their new authority to investigate past immigration actions and challenge any future immigration plans by the ...
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