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Deportation Hearings - What You Need to Know
Deportation Hearings - What You Need to Know

If you are served with a Notice to Appear in Removal Proceedings, you have the right to a formal hearing to plead your case. You also have the right to seek legal counsel, although the court will not appoint you free legal counsel like that provided to criminal defendants. ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Why You Need an Attorney When Adopting Your New Spouse's Children

    Further unifying a family by adopting your new spouse’s children is a wonderful way to help strengthen the bond you have developed together. In ...

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  • When Can a Marriage Be Annulled?

    In the United States, a marriage can be ended either through a divorce or an annulment. While divorce legally ends a marriage, an annulment makes it ...

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  • What to Expect During an ICE Visit

    The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is an organization that regulates illegal and undocumented immigration. If you are visited by ICE ...

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  • Co-Parenting Tips for the New Year

    Co-parenting is not always an easy feat, especially if you and your ex-spouse are not on the best terms or still have lingering resentment and ...

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  • When to Contact an Immigration Attorney

    Immigration law is one of the most complex areas of practice and, as such, it is generally wise not to field these types of matters on your own. You ...

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  • Divorce After 50

    What type of married couple is the least-likely to get a divorce? If you answered older couples who have been married longer, then you’re in for a ...

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  • Common Mistakes Dads Make During Divorce

    Divorce is difficult on the entire family, and dads are no exception. Fathers often have to deal with an uphill battle when it comes to maintaining ...

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  • Three Common Reasons People Get Divorced

    Marriage is a life-long commitment, but sadly not all marriages make it that far. No matter how much two people love each other at the time they say ...

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  • How do I Recover Child Support Overpayment?

    Like the rest of your divorce terms, nothing is truly set “in stone,” which means as your life changes, your obligations and requirements could change ...

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