As a legal permanent resident, it’s critical to have proper documentation to prove your status. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services recently announced it will allow people to obtain green card replacements using their phones if they misplace their copy, in an effort to simplify the immigration process.
This week in Atlanta, it was uncovered that Kunle Sanya Olukanni, who was granted citizenship in 2010, had given fake fingerprints while trying to become a naturalized citizen. Because of this, she now faces deportation. Don’t let anything jeopardize your chance to gain citizenship. Contact one of our attorneys at... Read More
United States immigration laws are designed to support family unity and keep immediate family members together. Because of this, lawful permanent residents (LPR) can petition for certain family members, including spouses and unmarried children, to legally live in the United States. However, there are congressional limits on how many family... Read More
Salt Lake City, Utah: Every year, the Utah Minority Bar Association (UMBA) awards one Utah law firm with the Law Firm of the Year Award, which goes to a law firm that has “Demonstrated achievement or dedication to objectives consistent with the mission and purpose of UMBA.” For the year... Read More
A difficult situation for divorcing and/or divorced parents with children is when one of the parents decides to relocate in a different state away from the close proximity of the other parent. Common questions that parents might ask in this situation are: “How does this affect the current custody order... Read More
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