Immigration Law Blog

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November 3, 2022

The American Immigration Lawyers Association is excited to share a new Think Immigration blog post from member, Angela Divaris. Her expertise at the intersection of tax and immigration law appears in this blog post, which emphasizes the need to provide filing extensions for immigrant families who encountered unique challenges with the child tax credit. You […]

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Common Types of Immigration Waivers

October 14, 2022

Many people wish to immigrate to the United States. Sometimes, however, there are reasons that someone might not qualify for admission to the U.S. When that happens to you it can be very discouraging, but some options might be available. There are various types of waivers and one of them may apply to your situation.  […]

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Migrants Face Yet Another Border Crisis Obstacle

September 10, 2022

Asylum-seeking migrants near the United States border constantly lived in fear of the ever looming threat of Trump’s Remain in Mexico policy – a policy that forced migrants to await their asylum hearings in Mexico, within reach of the very cartels many were trying to escape, instead of safely inside the United States. During the […]

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honoring immigrants who paved the way on Labor day

September 2, 2022

Labor Day falls in with the back to school bustle at a time families tend to squeeze out the last bit of summer fun for the long weekend. However, Labor Day is not solely meant as a day of fun and recreation, in fact, Labor Day is meant to commemorate the contributions of workers over […]

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