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How Could the Public Charge Rule Affect Your Case?
How Could the Public Charge Rule Affect Your Case?

The Department of Homeland Security officially implemented the public charge rule on February 24, 2020, and it will likely impact the application results of thousands. Unless you are a member of an exempt class (e.g. refugees, asylees , applicants for T or U Visas , ...

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  • How Could the Public Charge Rule Affect Your Case?

    The Department of Homeland Security officially implemented the public charge rule on February 24, 2020, and it will likely impact the application results of thousands. Unless you are a member of an ...

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  • How Do I Bring My Foreign Fiancé to the United States?

    If you are engaged to a person who lives abroad and you want to bring them to the United States so you can get married, then you will need to help your fiancé obtain a K-1 visa so they can enter the ...

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  • Trumps Plan to Prevent Asylum Seekers from Working Undermines the Right to Seek Asylum

    At The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm, our team of lawyers is committed to defending the rights of immigrants who have fled persecution and hardship in their home countries to come to the United States ...

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  • Trump's Health Insurance Rule Blocked by Preliminary Injunction

    Last month , we told you about President Trump’s proclamation which orders immigration officials to only accept visa petitions if the applicants are able to prove they have the financial means to pay ...

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  • Trump Administration Wants to Deny Your Visa If You Can’t Afford Health Care

    As we have discussed in some of our previous blogs , the Trump administration has taken sweeping steps throughout the President’s tenure to crackdown on legal immigration. In its latest effort, the ...

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  • Federal Appeals Panel Reviews Indefinite Detention of Immigrants

    Judges in the 9 th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals seemed to have issues with the Trump administration subjecting immigrants to indefinite detention. Earlier in the year, Attorney General William Barr ...

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