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Can A Green Card Holder Be Deported From The United States?

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

When an immigrant or a non-citizen is inside of the country, they have to walk a thin line between following specific laws and working not to do anything that would get them tangled up with the law. Failure to do so would often mean deportation. However, even green card holders are not immune from… Read More »

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When Is The Right Time To Request Voluntary Departure From The United States?

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

For immigrants that are looking at being deported from the United States, voluntary departure may be a preferred method for leaving the country. Voluntary departure means that the immigrant is going to willingly leave. While having to depart from the United States may be distressing for an immigrant to have to consider, voluntary departure… Read More »

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The Benefits Of Building Positive Financials As A Non-Citizen In The United States

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

Everyone living in the United States has one thing in common, and that is how to manage their specific and unique financial situation. After all, it takes money to function in life, buy food, have shelter, pay taxes, and address all other aspects of life. For individuals that are non-citizens, it is not just… Read More »

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What Is Crimmigration And How Does It Affect You?

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

The United States is a free country with ample opportunities offered to its residents to enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As a result, individuals around the globe seek to come to the United States to have the ability to grab onto their own American dream and live their own robust and… Read More »

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The Differences Between Criminal Courts And Immigration Courts In The United States

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

There are certain protections afforded to those that are charged with criminal violations under the United States constitution. This is true for both citizens of the country and noncitizens. But by contrast, a noncitizen who finds themselves in U.S. immigration court who simply violated immigration laws do not tend to get such benefits of… Read More »

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How Criminal Charges Can Affect A Green Card Holder’s Status

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

If you are the current owner of a green card, congratulations. You have made it through a process that can be quite arduous. Though, if you had a misstep and got caught up in the criminal justice system in the United States, you could potentially jeopardize your ability to keep your green card and… Read More »

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6 Deportation Defense Strategies

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

If you are facing deportation in Georgia, you may be feeling much duress and may even be scared about what can happen when you go to court. The thought of being deported out of the United States can be an extremely distressing one, and understandably so. For more information on how to defend against… Read More »

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Report Shows ICE Runs A Massive Surveillance Program On Adults In The United States

By Shirazi Immigration Law, Inc. |

Being targeted for deportation is a stressful and trying situation to be in. And, if you or someone you love has been in this position before, you know exactly how difficult it can be. Being in the country illegally can be nerve-wracking especially when there is talk of Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents around… Read More »

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