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    Can a DUI affect your green card status?

    If you’ve been charged with a DUI, it can affect your permanent resident status. Driving while intoxicated is a serious charge that can make it hard to apply for citizenship and may even lead to deportation. Not every DUI charge comes with these penalties, so it’s important to have a legal professional examine your case. The attorneys at De Castroverde Criminal […]

    What Can Lead to Deportation?

    Getting approved for a green card or visa in the United States means carefully following a detailed process that involves many questions and layers of reviews. Reaching this point is an accomplishment, but it’s also one you can lose. Failing to live by the rules of the immigration system can bring you back under scrutiny and result in the government […]

    What is family-based immigration?

    Are you interested in legally bringing your spouse, child, or other relative to the United States, or are you and your loved one hoping to move to the United States to join your family? The United States has specific immigration laws related to families that are important to be aware of, especially when you’re immigrating with your family. Keep reading […]

    How to Choose the Right Visa for You

    Visiting the United States isn’t as difficult as it once was, but navigating the visa system can be confusing and overwhelming. This is especially true when you’re unsure which visa applies to you and your family members. There are common visas such as student and tourist visas that most everyone has heard of before, but there are several lesser-known visa […]

    What is Dual Citizenship?

    Every country has expectations of its citizens, with varying expectations in different places across the globe. Sometimes individuals in one country will decide to become citizens in a second country. If permitted by both countries, then you are someone who has dual citizenship. The United States and over 60 other countries around the globe permit complete or partial dual citizenship. […]

    What Questions Are Typically Asked in Immigration Interviews?

    When immigrating to the United States, you should be aware of an essential part of the immigration process, the immigration interview. Learn what items you’ll need for the immigration interview so that you can prepare for it. Why Is an Interview Required?   An immigration interview allows you to verify the accuracy of the information you’ve submitted as part of […]

    Can you apply for immigration while outside of the U.S.?

    Many people worldwide want to come to the United States to work either temporarily or permanently or become citizens. Getting permission to do so can be a lengthy and complicated process. It starts in most cases when someone, like an employer, either sponsors you or submits a petition, such as from a family member. Sponsorships or petitions can eventually lead […]

    Little Known Facts About Las Vegas

    Las Vegas is a fascinating city with a wealth of intriguing highlights, from its massive buffets towering with food to its wild and wacky wedding chapels. This city doesn’t do anything small or subtle, with more than 15,000 miles of neon tubing illuminating Las Vegas for tourists and the seemingly out-of-this-world Sky Beam from the Luxor beckoning to people from […]