Working in the US

Many people want to come to the United States to work. To work in the United States, you must have one of the following: -A Permanent Resident Card (also known as a Green Card), -An Employment Authorization Document (work permit), or  -An employment-related visa which allows you to work for a particular employer.  Each of […]

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Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, Deportation Defense Attorneys (214) 799-3961 – VICTORIA BARR LAW

Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, Deportation Defense Attorneys (214) 799-3961 – VICTORIA BARR LAW; Deportation can disrupt and even ruin the lives of immigrants living in the U.S. At the Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, Collin Texas immigration law firm of VICTORIA BARR LAW our goal is to help all people who wish to live in […]

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24/7 Writ Bond Lawyer – Jail Release-VICTORIA BARR ATTORNEY – (214) 799-3961

FAST RELEASE FROM FRISCO, PLANO, ALLEN, COLLIN, DALLAS JAIL! 24 HOUR WRIT BONDS! WE CAN HELP YOU. Unfortunately, you found this page because you are trying to figure out the fastest, cheapest, lowest-stress way to get someone out of Jail. We get a lot of good people out of Jail for DWI, Possession of marijuana, […]

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What is the difference between “AFFIRMATIVE” and “DEFENSIVE” asylum?

You may only apply for asylum if you are arriving in or already physically present in the United States. To apply for asylum in the United States, you may ask for asylum at a port-of-entry (airport, seaport, or border crossing), or, if you are already in the United States, you may file Form I-589, Application for Asylum […]

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How the United States Immigration System Works – VICTORIA BARR

U.S. immigration law is very complex, and there is much confusion as to how it works. The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), the body of law governing current immigration policy, provides for an annual worldwide limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants, with certain exceptions for close family members. Lawful permanent residency allows a foreign national to […]

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What If the Foreign National Is Afraid to Return to His or Her Home Country?

VICTORIA BARR Immigration Lawyer Near Me If a foreign national expresses a fear of return to the CBP or ICE officer, he or she must be given an interview by an asylum officer. If the person is subject to expedited removal, this will be a “credible fear” interview; if the person is subject to administrative removal […]

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What are the consequences of Expedited Removal?

VICTORIA BARR Immigration Lawyer Near Me A foreign national removed from the United States pursuant to an expedited removal order will be inadmissible for a period of five years. If the order was based upon a misrepresentation or a false claim to U.S. citizenship, that person will also be subject to inadmissibility pursuant to INA […]

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What are defenses to expedited removal?

VICTORIA BARR Immigration Lawyer There are very limited defenses available to issuance of an expedited removal order. They are as follows: A foreign national cannot be subject to an expedited removal if that person was lawfully admitted or paroled into the United States. A person with a valid claim to status as a lawful permanent […]

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¿Cómo puede comprobar ciudadanía hijo de padres estadounidenses?

Yo obtuve la ciudadanía estadounidense a través de mis padres cuando se naturalizaron. Estaban casados y yo tenía 12 años. Tenía mi certificado de ciudadanía pero ahora no lo encuentro. ¿Debo tramitar uno nuevo, o puedo demostrar mi ciudadanía de otra forma? Saque el pasaporte de Estados Unidos; es mucho menos caro que el certificado […]

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DACA: Juez determina que debe reanudarse Acción Diferida

Juez otorga 20 días a la administración de Donald Trump para apelar Washington — Un juez federal de Estados Unidos reafirmó su fallo de que el gobierno del presidente Donald Trump debe reanudar el DACA, un programa de deportaciones diferidas para quienes llegaron de niños al país. La decisión del viernes no tiene efecto inmediato porque […]

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Preguntas para el examen de ciudadanía de EU ¿Dónde puedo estudiar para prueba de ciudadanía de EU?

Preguntas para examen de ciudadanía ¿Dónde puedo encontrar las preguntas sobre civismo que debo contestar para hacerme ciudadano de Estados Unidos? Carlo. Nueva York. Encontrará las preguntas en el sitio de USCIS y en el sitio de CUNY Citizenship Now! Si no tiene Internet en casa, acuda a una biblioteca. USCIS tiene excelentes materiales de […]

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Esposa infiel puede retirar pedido de residencia de marido

Pareja infiel puede anular caso de residencia si se divorcian Mi esposa me está engañando, y tengo pruebas. Ella pidió la tarjeta verde para mí, y estoy esperando mi entrevista. Si la dejo ¿qué pasaría? Nombre omitido. Beaver Dam, Arizona. Hasta que Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración (USCIS) apruebe su solicitud, su esposa puede detener […]

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¿Mi hijo ciudadano mayor de edad puede arreglarme papeles?

Proceso para pedir residencia a travérs de los hijos tiene reglas complicadas Llegué aquí hace más de 30 años, y tengo tres hijos ciudadanos estadounidenses. Mi hijo mayor ya tiene más de 21 años.  Ese hijo habló con un abogado acerca de patrocinarme para la tarjeta verde, pero el abogado le dijo que eso no […]

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Stop Notario Fraud!

Don’t become a victim of dishonest immigration consultants often known as “notarios.” Immigration consultants, notaries public, and notarios cannot represent you in the immigration process. These people—especially notarios—prey on immigrants, often from the same ethnic community as the notarios themselves.

NOTARIOS WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND YOUR DREAMS!

Many noncitizens find out that they will never get their green card or other immigration benefits because an unqualified immigration consultant or notario unlawfully working as an immigration lawyer destroyed their dreams.

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY’S DREAMS

To avoid fraud, use your common sense. Many people hear what they want to hear—be smart! If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don’t believe it if someone tells you about a secret new immigration law or claims to have connections or special influence with any government office or agency. Follow these simple guidelines.

TAKE ACTION TO GET HELP AND STOP THE NOTARIO FROM HARMING OTHERS!

If you have been harmed by a notario or an immigration consultant, you can take action that may help you and stop the person from harming others.

WE WANT TO HELP!

The resources on this website are meant to:

  • Help immigrants find competent and affordable legal service providers
  • Help prevent immigrants from being victimized by notarios
  • Provide resources for victims of notarios
  • Provide information and resources for attorneys working with victims to remedy crimes committed by fraudulent consultants unlawfully practicing immigration lawStop Notario Fraud!

    Don’t become a victim of dishonest immigration consultants often known as “notarios.” Immigration consultants, notaries public, and notarios cannot represent you in the immigration process. These people—especially notarios—prey on immigrants, often from the same ethnic community as the notarios themselves.

    NOTARIOS WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND YOUR DREAMS!

    Many noncitizens find out that they will never get their green card or other immigration benefits because an unqualified immigration consultant or notario unlawfully working as an immigration lawyer destroyed their dreams.

    PROTECT YOUR FAMILY’S DREAMS

    To avoid fraud, use your common sense. Many people hear what they want to hear—be smart! If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don’t believe it if someone tells you about a secret new immigration law or claims to have connections or special influence with any government office or agency. Follow these simple guidelines.

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    TAKE ACTION TO GET HELP AND STOP THE NOTARIO FROM HARMING OTHERS!

    If you have been harmed by a notario or an immigration consultant, you can take action that may help you and stop the person from harming others.

    WE WANT TO HELP!

    The resources on this website are meant to:

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Common Crimes Making Visa or Green Card Holders Deportable: Theft, Burglary, Assault

Three of the most common crimes that can lead to removal, and how one would need to analyze whether the convicted person will, in fact, be ordered deported. If you are a noncitizen of the U.S. and have been convicted of a crime—nearly any crime—there’s a serious possibility that you could be deported (removed) from […]

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What’s an Aggravated Felony According to U.S. Immigration Law?

If the term “aggravated felony” sounds it refers like a serious crime, it should. Any noncitizen convicted of an aggravated felony will lose the right to many types of immigration benefits. Among other things, the person will become ineligible to receive asylum, as described in “Bars to Receiving Asylum or Refugee Status.” He or she […]

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Immigration Law – Master Calendar Hearings vs. Bond Re-determination Hearing

Noncitizens who face charges of inadmissibility or charges of deportation can be placed in removal proceedings, during which time they may challenge the charge(s) and/or seek relief from removal. Removal proceedings are conducted by immigration judges, who are part of the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) within the U.S. Department of Justice. Removal proceedings […]

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USCIS to Begin Accepting Applications under the International Entrepreneur Rule

USCIS to Begin Accepting Applications under the International Entrepreneur Rule Release Date: Dec. 14, 2017 WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today it is taking steps to implement the International Entrepreneur Rule (IER), in accordance with a recent court decision. Although the IER was published during the previous administration with an effective date of July 17, 2017, […]

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