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Overstaying Your Visa

Published on May 30th, 2017

At Din Law, an immigration lawyer in Chicago, we know it is common for foreign nationals to overstay the time allotted on their visa. If this has happened to you, there are potential consequences and penalties, and it is essential to deal with this situation as soon as possible. After all, you may have options. […]

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Avoid Deportation With Immigration Attorneys Chicago

Published on April 24th, 2017

Immigration law and all matters related to it can be highly complex and difficult to navigate. Not only is immigration law complex, but it constantly changes. Without legal knowledge and experience, the average person may find themselves facing unending issues that make obtaining a visa or green card almost impossible. For example, an application may […]

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Immigration Status Under VAWA

Published on March 27th, 2017

In 1994 the United States passed a new law known as the Violence Against Women Act. The objective of this law was to protect women from violence and sexual abuse and to provide funding and resources to that end. VAWA also granted certain protections to immigrant or foreign-born women who were experiencing abuse. Like all […]

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Do You Need An Immigration Lawyer?

Published on February 27th, 2017

 As immigration becomes a hotbed for discussion it’s important to understand the role that an immigration lawyer Chicago can play in your case. Immigration law is extremely complex and subject to change, which is why it is very important to have the legal counsel of an experienced immigration attorney so they can help you present […]

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What Is The Green Card Lottery?

Published on January 30th, 2017

If you are at all familiar with immigration you have probably heard of a green card. A green card, or green card holder, is just another name for someone who has obtained permanent residency in the United States. It is someone who has been given permission to live and/or work in the U.S. on a […]

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