Posted on : June 3, 2020
The U.S. recognizes the right to asylum for individuals being persecuted in other countries. If you’ve fled to the U.S. for safety and have applied for asylum, you’ll be scheduled for an asylum interview to help the government determine if it should be granted. An asylum interview can be nerve-wracking and you may be Read more
Posted on : January 24, 2019
In basic terms, matters related to an individual’s immigration status are governed by federal law, whereas the vast majority of criminal matters (including DUI and traffic matters) are prosecuted in state courts. The outcome of a criminal, DUI, or traffic matter in state court, however, can have a direct impact on a person’s immigration status and may Read more
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