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Renew Your Green Card – Law Office Of Susan B. Henner

How to Renew Your Green Card and Stay in the United States Longer There are a number of ways, and reasons, to renew your green card, but according to the United States government, you should renew your green card if you are, currently, a permanent resident and your green card is either expired, or about […]

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Adjustment Of Status Explained – Susan B. Henner

Adjustment of Status Explained Immigration law is complex and in a near constant state of evolution and revision. That makes it particularly difficult for anyone except legal professionals to make sense of the details and develop a legal strategy. In order to help you make sense of the forces that affect immigration status, we have […]

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Do I Qualify For Political Asylum ?

Qualify For Political Asylum – Susan B. Henner Persecution or the fear of persecution in your home country is reasons to seek political asylum in the United States.  However, qualifying for political asylum in the United States is not as easy as most people expect.  The criteria and legal process are very strict.  The help […]

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Choosing The Right Westchester Immigration Attorney

Westchester Immigration Attorney – Susan B. Henner Do you find yourself asking any of the following questions? Is the process for your immigration a simple or a complicated one? What if you don’t completely understand the first, or next step in the process? Or the next step after that? What if you make a mistake? […]

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How To Qualify For VAWA

Do I Qualify For VAWA The Violence Against woman Act (VAWA) was passed in 1994 to create special routes for battered non-citizen women to gain immigration status. This law is to help protect the spouse, or child, of a United States citizen who is being abused. The requirements to qualify for VAWA with a special […]

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Cancellation Of Removal Attorney

Do You Qualify For Cancellation of Removal From The United States? If you, or someone you know, is being threatened with deportation, our attorneys can help you stay in the United States by connecting you with a Cancellation Of Removal Attorney. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), § 240 will allow an Immigration Judge, at […]

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Help A Family Member Become A Citizen

How To Help A Family Member Become A Citizen Coming to the United States from your home country can be devastating if you are all alone. Maybe you thought that once you got here and started a life for yourself that you would be able to bring your family to the United States. Fortunately, if […]

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How To Choose A White Plains Immigration Attorney

Beginning Your Search When you begin your search for a White Plains immigration attorney, there are a lot of things to consider. The person you hire is the person who is going to fight to make sure you can stay in the country. Obviously, this is not a situation or decision you should take likely. […]

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The 50th Anniversary of the 1965 Immigration Act That Diversified America

Fifty years after the signing of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, over 59 million immigrants have migrated to the United States according to a report by the Pew Reseach Center. September 30th marks 50th anniversary to the House’s agreement on the Immigration and Nationality Act and October 3rd marks its signing into law […]

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Federal Judge Upholds ‘Show Your Papers’ Bill in Arizona Immigration Law

An Arizona judge dismissed the final challenge to the state’s controversial Senate Bill 1070 immigration law. However, it’s opponents refuse to back down. Federal Judge Susan R. Bolton upheld a part of SB 1070 that’s come to be known as the “show your papers” section of a law that discriminates against Hispanics and other immigrants. […]

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