Criminal Issues in Immigration Law – FAQ

Criminal Issues in Immigration Law – FAQ

As a former Assistant Public Defender with the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office, and in my capacity as a Miami immigration attorney, I often receive questions about one’s immigration status after a criminal conviction. Here are some frequently asked...
Obama Approves Plan to Let Central American Children Apply for Refugee Status

Obama Approves Plan to Let Central American Children Apply for Refugee Status

This week, the White House announced that President Barack Obama has approved a plan to allow several thousand young children from Central American countries to apply for refugee status in the United States, thus providing a legal path for some of them to join family...
Immigration Options for Victims of Domestic Violence

Immigration Options for Victims of Domestic Violence

Miami immigration lawyers often face a disturbing conundrum. Many of us meet with immigrants who are victims of domestic violence. These immigrants are particularly vulnerable because many may not speak English, are often separated from family and friends, and may not...
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