Blog Posts in 2016

Misdemeanors vs. Felonies in New York

Like most states, New York divides criminal offenses into two different categories: misdemeanors and felonies. While most people understand that felonies are more serious than misdemeanors, their ...
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How to Find an Immigrant Sponsor Employer in the United States

Immigration visas based on seeking employment in the United States are a pretty great way to enter the country and start a beneficial and profitable chapter in your life. Actually obtaining an ...
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Marijuana Crimes in New York

Recently, the national opinion regarding marijuana has been shifting towards a greater acceptance for personal use and medical purposes. Following this trend, many states have passed legislation for ...
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Who is Eligible for Naturalized Citizenship?

Becoming an official United States citizen can be a complicated process, to say the least. From immigration visas granted for employment opportunities to temporary green cards, entering the country ...
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Crimes of Moral Turpitude: How an Arrest Can Affect Your Visa

An arrest can be damaging under any circumstances. If you are a foreign national studying or working in New York on a temporary basis, however, an arrest can be especially devastating. Convictions for ...
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Tips to Avoid Delays in Immigration Processes

Immigrants coming into America or already living here face a wide range of difficulties that citizens may not be aware of. In particular, the notoriously slow pace of the immigration system and the ...
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Four Steps to Take After an Arrest

The circumstances behind the police’s decision to detain, arrest, and charge you for a suspected crime will always be completely unique. Preparing your defense can seem like an unpredictable ...
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