Think you know what Notario Fraud is? Most of us walk by advertisements and billboards everyday without spotting invitations for Notario services proposing to assist people in the community with various legal issues. And most of us in South Florida know that a “Notario Publico” in Latin America and European countries refers to an individual who has received the equivalent of a law license and who is authorized to represent others before the government. So what then is Notario Fraud? ...
Surge in unaccompanied minors crossing the borders into the U.S. has the attention of Administration officials. VP Joe Biden wants to discourage parents in Latin America to send their children on a perilous journey to cross the border but the reality is that in so many cases, the children are fleeing from economic hardship and the rise in violence related to drug-trafficking and the general drug trade.
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S.744: What Changes Will the 2013 Reform Bill Bring to U.S. Immigration Policy?
Despite hearing many things in the media about the 2013 Immigration Reform Bill, or S.744, many of those who the Bill will affect most are unaware of some of the main changes to U.S. Immigration Policy the Bill will have. Here, we hope to make interested parties aware of those provisions of the Bill most likely to have an affect on our clients.
The full name of the Bill is ...
We practice Criminal Defense and Immigration Law — Want to know if you qualify as a DREAMER under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals?
On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several key guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and would then be eligible for work authorization. Deferred action is a discretionary determination to defer removal action of ...
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The Difference Between “Unless” and “Until” and Why You Should Care
There is a major distinction between “unless” and “until” and people get it wrong all the time. It’s details that helped me secure a not guilty verdict in my first jury trial. And it’s details that are the difference between a “guilty” and “not guilty” verdict.
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