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    What do you need when applying for a foreign work visa?

    Working abroad can be just the thing you’re looking for the add some adventure to your life. Whether you’ve just graduated college or you’ve been working for a few years, there’s no wrong time to explore the world by living and working in a different country. It’s an opportunity to expand your interests and experiences while meeting new people and […]

    What Is the Title 42 Immigration Law?

    United States immigration policy was already changing dramatically before the COVID-19 pandemic. Trump Administration officials had campaigned on the need to make changes both in border enforcement of illegal immigration and the approach to legal immigration. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated some of these changes. Fearing that illegal immigration would contribute to the further spread of the virus, immigration and public […]

    5 Most Common Reasons for Deportation

    Gaining entry into the U.S. as an immigrant, or even via a non-immigrant visa, requires patience and determination. It’s a significant accomplishment that sometimes can take years to complete. Unfortunately, it’s also an accomplishment that is easily undone. Violating U.S. immigration regulations can result in the government deciding to begin deportation proceedings against you. These proceedings tend to move pretty […]

    What to know when applying for a U.S. work visa

    The U.S. economy depends on people and their willingness to work. As the population ages with the retirement of the baby boomers, it may soon prove challenging to find willing candidates, and not just for manual labor or agricultural roles. That creates potential employment opportunities for people outside the United States. Under U.S. immigration law, you need a U.S. work […]

    Top 10 things to know when immigrating to the United States

    Moving to another country can be an exciting change in your life and may help you achieve lifelong dreams or discover yourself. There are several components to consider when relocating from your home country to a completely different one, such as finding a job, applying for apartments, and building your credit when you have none. We’re here to help inform […]

    Nevada Knife Laws

    The state of Nevada allows citizens to carry most knives, whether openly or in a concealed manner. However, while Nevada is lenient in some aspects of knife law, there are instances where it is illegal to have a knife on you. In these situations, you could be arrested and charged with breaking a concealed or open carry knife law. If […]

    U.S Naturalization Process

    If you’re an immigrant who’s lived in the U.S. for a while, you might wonder if you can become a citizen. Citizenship has many benefits that make the lengthy naturalization process worth the effort. Here at De Castroverde, our immigration lawyers have helped many clients navigate the confusing process and obtain citizenship. Read on to learn more about the process, […]

    How to Can You Adjust Your Immigration Status?

    Our immigration laws provide several pathways for non-citizens to enter the United States. Some people come with the intent to stay for a short time with a specific purpose, such as students, doctors, or researchers. Others carry the hopes of becoming U.S. citizens and seeking permanent residency. Sometimes, though, goals and plans change for non-U.S. citizens already in the country, and […]

    What Is Considered Grounds for Deportation?

    Immigrating to the United States is an involved process that takes many months or even years. There is much paperwork to complete and many hearings to attend before obtaining a visa or naturalized citizen status. But immigration is a privilege, not a right. Coming to the U.S. as a noncitizen requires you to abide by the laws of the country and fulfill other […]

    Factors that Can Impact Your Immigration

    The United States immigration process is highly complex. In order to fully understand the process, you need to understand the factors that could affect your status or even your initial application. Under the Immigration and Naturalization Act, the policy allows an annual limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants into the United States (with a few exceptions). For most, applying for a […]