المحامي احمد يقظان محامي هجرة تامبا

عكم المحامي احمد يقظان من الحلم الأمريكي للمحاماة. مثلما تعرفون مكتبنا متخصص بجميع قضايا الهجرة في اميركا انا معكم بمكتبنا الجديد بتامبا بولاية فلوريدا فتحنا هذا المكتب لخدمة الجالية العربية بجميع القضايا المتخصصة بالهجرة من قضايا الترحيل ، قضايا اللجوء، قضايا الاستثمار قضايا الزواج والجنسية. مكتبنا موجود على ٥٦٢٠ ايست فاولر افينيو مكتب د تامبا…

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الدورة التاسعة عشرة للجنة قرار القرارات المتعلقة بمكافحة المخدرات

.الدورة التاسعة عشرة للجنة قرار القرارات المتعلقة بمكافحة المخدرات لاني غوردون (“غوردون”) هو مواطن غويانا ومقيم دائم قانوني في الولايات المتحدة منذ عام 1985. في 23 أكتوبر 2014، أقر جوردون بتهمتين لبيع أو تسليم القنب. وفي 22 يناير / كانون الثاني 2015، حكم على جوردون بالسجن لمدة عامين. بعد ذلك، خدمت غوردون من قبل وزارة…

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Three Immigration Events to Track in 2015

We are all excited about the new year and the great things it will bring when it comes to immigration. We are all excited about the roll out of President Obama’s plans under his executive orders. However, three things might happen to spoil his plans, and we will discuss them here. 1. Will the Republicans…

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Don’t Hire a Non-lawyer in 2015!

There’s an Arab proverb that roughly translates to “let your baker bake your dough even if he took half of it”. I often wonder why some people hire non-lawyers to apply for their immigration benefits. There are usually two reasons: money and the tricks these notaries pay on unsuspecting immigrants that believe that they could…

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BIA Issues Three Decisions Dealing with the Adam Walsh Act

The Board of Immigration Appeals issued three decision dealing with issues related to the Adam Walsh Act. The Adam Walsh Act prevents USCIS from approving any visa petition filed by a United States citizen if the Petitioner was convicted of a charge relating to the abuse of a minor. The Service could approve the petition…

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Report Shows that Majority of Deportations are Done Through Expedited Removal Proceedings

The American Immigration Council published a report today showing that the majority of removals are being conducted through expedited removal procedures like expedited removal, reinstatement of removal, and stipulated removal. These three mechanisms, in my opinion violate basic constitutional rights including Due Process. The three mechanisms  allow immigration officials or an immigration judge to hasten…

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Applying for Asylum? Should you?

This week, I will be traveling to Miami to represent a client in an asylum interview. In this post, I will be discussing eligibility for asylum in simple terms.  I will also provide a list of important resources one could use when applying for asylum.   Asylum law is the international community’s recognition that some…

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Board of Immigration Appeals Holds that Admission of Conviction Might not Trigger Stop-Time Rule

I have been an advocate of changing the Supreme Court’s decision that removal proceedings are civil and not criminal. The main reason being my argument is the fact that criminal law has infiltrated removal proceedings since the criminal grounds for removal have been expanded by Congress on several occasions. One of the problems in removal proceedings…

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Know Yourself Before Applying for An Immigration Benefit

I will  be discussing the second case that I discussed in my last post. This case involved a Respondent with so many identities, that the court could not find out his true identity. In Singh v. Holder, a Respondent appealed the Board of Immigration Appeals‘ order affirming the immigration judge’s decision denying his application for…

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