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Wanted: Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Published on September 19th, 2016

President Obama announced a new proposal as part of his immigration reform agenda. The proposal includes guidelines for a “startup visa” which would allow foreign-born entrepreneurs temporary stay in the United States in order to start and grow a business. Immigrants have made great contributions to the American economy, founding some of the most proliferate […]

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How Do Immigration Lawyers Help Their Clients?

Published on August 11th, 2016

Immigration law is not only complex, but it is also constantly changing. Immigration lawyers in Chicago are legal professionals that specialize in this area of law. These lawyers help people who wish to immigrate to the US either alone or accompanied by their families. They also are called upon to handle visa issues, applications for […]

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When Might You Need an Immigration Attorney?

Published on July 14th, 2016

If you are definitely eligible for a US visa or green card, and if you have not been tried for a crime or had problems with immigration officials, you can potentially get what it is you want without any assistance from an attorney. However, there are many situations where you will definitely need the assistance […]

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Benefits of Hiring an Immigration Lawyer

Published on June 21st, 2016

If you have decided that it is time to tackle the issue of your immigration, then you will need a reputable lawyer you can trust. Whether U.S. citizenship has been a life-long dream or you have just come to the realization that this is something that you want to do, you will want to think […]

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What Does A Deportation Lawyer Do?

Published on May 16th, 2016

Deportation is an action taken by the US Government to remove a foreign born national, as it is illegal for them to remain in the country. Prior to 2002, it was the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) that was charged with overseeing all immigration issues. Late in 2002, Congress passed the Homeland Security Act, which […]

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