5 Facts To Know About Reasonable Fear Interviews - New York Immigration Lawyer & Naturalization Attorney Susan B. Henner

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5 Facts To Know About Reasonable Fear Interviews

Immigration is a hot-button issue these days. However, no matter which side of the political spectrum you are on, immigrants have certain legal rights that aren’t going to be taken away any time soon. One of these rights is the reasonable fear interview to get asylum in the United States. If you have never heard […]

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How the Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy is Affecting Military Families

There are few things as patriotic in the United States as celebrating our military. Our servicemen and women serve and protect the nation, but for many of them, their personal lives are in jeopardy. An estimate by one non-profit advocacy group for immigrants, American Families United, believes about 11,800 military members may have spouses that […]

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Naturalization Fee Waiver

A hotly debated topic in the news recently is that of helping undocumented immigrants obtain U.S. citizenship. The path to citizenship in the United States can be daunting. Many immigrants do not seek U.S. citizenship due to the expense of the application fee. However, there is help for those who cannot afford to pay the†naturalization […]

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Interview – Housing separated immigrant children in Westchester

Susan Henner, a White Plains immigration lawyer who also volunteers with New York Law School’s Safe Passage Project, said there are many unanswered questions about the administration’s intentions. Henner, who has frequently worked with unaccompanied minors, said children from Central America who were stopped at the border have been brought to New York youth facilities […]

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U.S. Citizenship: 50 Years of Failed Attempts

There is a misconception in the United States that earning U.S. citizenship is an easy and straightforward process. Many believe that people that haven’t gotten their citizenship yet are just being lazy or trying to get a handout. The truth is often much different. For many individuals that want to become a citizen, it’s an […]

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The End of Catch and Release: Immigration Policy Changes

Catch and release is a phrase that we are starting to hear more often. While it is something that isn’t an official phrase, it is something that is more common than the actual policy. Now that there is talk about doing away with the action, more people are starting to ask what it actually is. […]

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How New Immigration Policies Affect the Elderly

This past year, the government made many changes to the US immigration policies. Those changes impacted many demographics, including the elderly. Find out how the policies changed and how they affected the elderly. Changes in Immigration Policies Before you understand how immigration changes affected the elderly, you need to understand the changes that occurred. For […]

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Nationwide ICE Raids: 7-11 a Target

If you know anything about President Trump, then you probably know that he takes a strong stance against immigrants. Both legal and illegal immigrants alike live in fear of his new policies. For illegal immigrants, the nationwide ICE raids are a real worry. Lately, Trump has targeted illegal immigrants in a series of raids at […]

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New York Naturalization Attorney

If you are from another country and want to become a US citizen, then you need to complete the naturalization process. However, the process is quite complex. Although many individuals want to become citizens, not all of them are successful in their attempts. By hiring a New York naturalization attorney, you can increase your chances […]

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How Can An Attorney Help With A Non-Immigrant Visa

Immigration is a very hot topic today, and not everyone understands precisely all of the requirements for Visas and immigration. It can be a very complex topic even for those that handle these types of cases often. This complexity is because it’s essential for the safety and security of the country. That doesn’t mean that it’s […]

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