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Changes in Immigration Policy Expected to Take Effect in 2021

The fate of immigration law is ever-changing. The United States has undergone several changes regarding immigration policies, especially in the past decade. With that being said, lawyers and professionals are examining the changes that are expected to take place once 2021 rolls around. The New Year is almost here and we want to inform you

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What To Know About The U.S. Citizenship Test

Applying for U.S. citizenship comes off as a daunting experience for many people. It doesn’t help when there’s a required exam to proceed with the application. Some naturalization applicants tend to be exempt from certain parts of the exam. Although, this depends on medical conditions, age, and their time as a green cardholder. If none

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Work Permits In The Age Of COVID-19

In a move disappointingly on-brand for the Trump administration, an executive order in late June suspended work visas for immigrants all over the world. While it is true that immigration has taken a hit across the board during the pandemic, this decision was specifically targeted towards those who rely on work visas.  The decision was

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How the Pandemic of COVID-19 is Affecting Immigration Policy

  Now that the outbreak of COVID-19 is declared an international pandemic, the U.S. government has made some changes and new reforms in all aspects of the law. One major branch of law that has been undergoing proposals is immigration and international travel. U.S. President Donald Trump has prohibited travels going out to European countries,

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Law and Order in the Music Realm: 6 of the Most Famous Cases

Music is often seen as a universal language, uniting people and manifesting beautiful relationships. On the other hand, the business aspect of the music industry can get a bit controversial. With so many musicians constantly publishing their content, it may be hard to prove originality and not repeat similar melodies, tunes, or production. Some of

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Building Your Music Career With a Lawyer By Your Side

You might think that lawyers are only limited to helping industries such as business, accounting, or managing, but lawyers can do so much more. If rising to the charts with your original music is your dream, it is likely that you will need a lawyer in the image. Music lawyers are mission-critical to any artist

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Frequently Asked Questions About Applying for Asylum 

Applying for asylum is intended to provide for those who seek the refuge that our nation has to offer. The U.S. receives about 25,000 asylum-seeking applications every single year. The number is painful to bear— there are people coming from all parts of the world to outrun the poverty and ruin that oppresses their home

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The Process of Obtaining a Spousal Visa

It’s unfortunate to say that there have been cases where married couples can’t live with each other. In most situations, men will travel to the United States looking for work and more supportive opportunities, in which women will stay in the home country to watch the children and family. Sometimes, it’s the other way around,

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Fighting Immigrant Detention Camps with Immigration Litigation

It has been occurring too often that U.S. citizens are sent to detention camps for extraneous periods of time. These American citizens are not only held in solitary for lengthy terms, but in poor conditions, where they are treated with inhumane consideration. Families are being separated and children are stolen from their parents, but that

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