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USCIS is Adjusting Fees to Meet Operating Needs

USCIS recently unveiled a potential rule that would increase petition fees significantly for victims of crime seeking to stay in America, undocumented immigrants seeking protection from deportation, and immigrants applying for U.S. citizenship. The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) reported ...
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Can a Naturalized US Citizen Be Deported?

A US Citizen—whether he or she is born in the United States or a naturalized citizen—cannot be deported from the United States. After all, the United States is their home country, so it wouldn’t make sense to deport them to ...
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Can You Get Deported For a Misdemeanor?

A non-US citizen may be deported for a misdemeanor offense in some situations. Conviction of a misdemeanor doesn’t qualify for automatic removal from the United States, but it should be taken seriously and discussed with an immigration attorney. That said, ...
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Deported at Port of Entry With a H1B Visa

When an American employer offers a foreign citizen or national a job in the US, the employer can petition the government for a visa on behalf of the new employee. For certain specialty occupations and fashion models, the employee may ...
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How to Get a Visa After Being Deported

When a non-citizen is deported from the United States, the federal government typically imposes a period of inadmissibility. During this time, the individual is banned from re-entering the country at a port of entry. In most cases the ban lasts ...
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Can a US Born Citizen Be Deported?

Immigration law is rarely cut-and-dry, but in this case the answer is clear. A US citizen—whether he or she is born in the United States or becomes a naturalized citizen—cannot be deported. When a US citizen commits a crime, due ...
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