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The Biden Administration’s Parole-in-Place Announcement

The Biden Administration's Parole-in-Place Announcement is a new policy initiative that grants legal protections and benefits to nearly 500,000 undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens.

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U.S. Immigration Costs to Increase April 1, 2024

The immigration and naturalization process, while rewarding, can be costly and, at times, confusing. One way to alleviate some of that confusion and prepare financially is to stay informed about any updates and changes in the process. In late January, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced changes in U.S. immigration costs that will take effect on April 1, 2024.

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What to Do as an Injured Passenger

Trying to handle the aftermath of a car accident is difficult, especially when you're the injured passenger. As a personal injury lawyer at M Mathew Law Firm, PLLC, based in Dallas, Texas, I frequently encounter clients who are uncertain and anxious about their rights and the legal process that follows such unfortunate incidents.

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What to Expect Following Your Accident

Navigating through life after an accident can be a daunting endeavor. As a personal injury attorney based in Dallas, Texas, I've had the privilege of guiding countless clients through this challenging process.

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Should Green Card Holders Travel Outside of the U.S. With a Conviction?

If you are thinking about traveling abroad with a criminal conviction, you might want to speak with an attorney before you leave the country as you could potentially face problems at the U.S. border upon your return.

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Naturalization Tips for Immigrants

The naturalization process, while rewarding, can be overwhelming with its requirements and regulations. It’s not uncommon for people to feel lost or unsure of what they need to do next to make progress in the system.

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Tips for Immigration Marriage Interview

If you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) with a green card and you have married a foreign national who wishes to achieve LPR status, then an interview will be scheduled by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

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Request for Evidence and Notice of Intent to Deny

People from across the world immigrate to the United States for countless reasons, whether it’s for economic opportunities, to reunite with family members, or because they married a U.S. citizen. Whatever your reason, you have to go through the proper channels, which can take years to complete.

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What Is the Stop-Time Rule?

If you are a non-citizen currently living in the United States, there are certain circumstances that could result in your deportation. The laws surrounding deportation can be difficult to understand, especially given that lawmakers pass new immigration rules every year. One such rule is called the “stop-time rule.”

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Dispelling Myths About Citizenship

If you're interested in immigrating to the United States, or if you’re already a green card holder and want to begin the citizenship process, you’ve likely heard horror stories from everyone you know.

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