Chicago Immigration Law Blog


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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Chicago Immigration Lawyers

Published on March 7th, 2016

Many heart-breaking stories have been told over the years of parents trying to move their families to the US for a better life or to escape persecution. Sometimes families are separated, with some having immigrated legally, while others have to wait their turn. It’s a huge decision for anyone to leave their home and travel […]

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Facing Immigration Fears

Published on February 1st, 2016

Fear Itself As human beings, one of the strongest emotions we can experience is fear. Many people have specific phobias, but almost everyone has a basic fear of the unknown. What may happen or what may not happen, our minds often settle on a worst case scenario before we even know the facts. What Americans […]

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Tips for Finding the Right Deportation Attorney

Published on December 21st, 2015

There is no question that the potential to be deported can be extremely scary. This is especially true if the rest of the person’s family is in the country, if they are returning to a country that is at war, or if they may be suffering from other issues such as severe poverty. If you […]

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What is Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)?

Published on October 6th, 2015

VAWA Congressed passed the Violence Against Women Act in 1994. This act creates special routes to immigration status to protect victims of abuse who are not citizens of the United States. The United States immigration law allows individuals in a domestic violence case to file for immigration benefits without a family member sponsor. Legal Help […]

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