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Are You in Need of a New York Work Permit Lawyer?

Everyone wants to be able to work. Holding a job earns people money, allowing them to live their lives without having to over-worry about finances. In New York, the case is no different. Considering the high costs of rent and living in general, people need to do their jobs in order to be able to pay those […]

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Visa Renewal and Extension: An Immigration Lawyer can Help

The world of visas is confusing. Renewing or extending your visa isn’t as simple as checking a box or clicking a button. There are a lot of factors that can affect your visa renewal or extension. But to help you understand how the process works and what you need to do here’s some information on […]

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Top 3 Most Common Attempts at Illegal Immigration

America is the land of opportunity. Some immigrated to the United States for financial prosperity. For others, it was a means of escaping persecution for their religious or political beliefs. Though in modern times the religiopolitical reasons for illegally immigrating have declined significantly, the economic motivations for illegal immigration have increased sharply. In a fascinating […]

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Susan Henner Honored as Recipient of NYC Mayoral Service Award

We are proud to see Susan Henner as a recipient of the 2017 NYC Mayoral Service Award. Marking the end of National Volunteer Month, The New York City Mayors Office recognized Susan as part of a select group for going above and beyond in their contributions to the community, including over 5,000 hours of pro bono […]

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Syrian Immigration: Why It Is Associated with Terrorism

Syrian Immigration and Terrorism On Monday, March 6th, President Donald Trump signed an executive order placing a 90-day ban on the issuance of visas for citizens of Libya, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria. Furthermore, the order suspends the nation’s refugee program for 120 days, effectively halting all Syrian immigration. Also, it states that from […]

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More Immigration Judges Sent to Speed up New York Deportation

The backlog of immigration cases in New York City will get help from visiting judges. Under the Trump Administration, the Department of Justice plans to accelerate the deportation process. A solution came on March 17th as President Trump sent judges to the main cities in the U.S. The presence of the additional judges will make […]

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How Immigration Law Will Change Under a Trump Administration

The Facts About How Immigration Law Will Change With emotions running high, it’s hard to sift through the noise and find the facts about Trump’s plan and how immigration law will change. Here we provide a clear-cut outline of the changes in immigration law under Donald Trump’s administration. President Donald Trump seeks to fulfill his […]

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Susan Henner Interview with Mediterraneo Sociale

We are proud to see Susan Henner featured in the prominent Italian Magazine, Mediterraneo Sociale. In this interview, she discusses the most recent executive order signed by President Donald Trump – the “Muslim Ban” – and the effects it has both on her clients and on countless families and immigrants worldwide. She lays out the rising […]

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5 Ways to Prevent Deportation

Receiving a threat of deportation and removal can be a terrifying experience. It’s especially scary if you have loved ones you need to look after. As immigration laws continue to tighten, the numbers of deportations are expected to rise. It doesn’t matter what your reasons for being deported are. What’s important is that you hire […]

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4 Ways the Law Might Change Under the Trump Immigration Policy

Deportation and the Trump Immigration Policy The controversial “Enhancing Public Safety In The Interior Of The United States” executive order enacts radical changes in immigration law. Signed by President Trump, the order is full of vague language that gives liberty to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and immigration officers carte blanche when it comes to […]

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