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3 STEPS ON GETTING AN IMMIGRATION BOND

As the number of migrant apprehensions continues to rise, it’s important that immigrants and their families understand their rights. When a person is detailed by a department like ICE, they can often feel helpless. However, securing an immigration bond can be extremely helpful in restoring some autonomy in their lives. But what exactly are immigration bonds? And how do you get…
AdminAndrew
May 12, 2020
Immigration StatusNews

COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Immigrants

The following link will give Up to Date information on everything that is happening concerning the Covid 19 Pandemic and new rules and restrictions for undocumented Immigrants This information is is updated daily and very important to stay on top of benefits that may be offered to you and your family.   Please use this information and thank you for…
AdminAndrew
May 3, 2020
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Your Rights Inside of Your Home

In any interaction with law or immigration enforcement, the most important practices to remember are: Stay calm Stay silent (don’t mention where you were born or how you entered the US) Record details and names Do NOT run away Ask to speak to your lawyer before signing any documents or answering any questions If you do speak, do not lie.…
AdminAndrew
April 26, 2020
Immigration RulesImmigration StatusNews

General Suspension of Routine Visa Services

The Department of State has suspended routine visa services at all U.S. Embassies and Consulates. On March 20, 2020, travel.state.gov (U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Visa Office) updated the following news alert: "In response to worldwide challenges related to the outbreak of COVID-19, the Department of State is suspending routine visa services at all U.S. Embassies and Consulates.…
AdminAndrew
April 14, 2020
Immigration RulesNews

Covid 19 Immigration Notices.

The Following two reports are notices regarding immigration status of reviews of changes made due to the Covid 19 Outbreak Please note that Bonds can still be processed and releases are still happening during this perios. If you have any questions feel free to call us.  Thank you All N One Immigratgion Bonds -1-833-730-0511 Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)…
AdminAndrew
April 6, 2020
Immigration RulesNews

How the Coronavirus Will Affect US Immigration

re-posted from VISA PLACE written by:By Casey March 13, 2020 How the Coronavirus Will Affect US Immigration As the world deals with a public health emergency in the shape of the COVID-19 outbreak, experts worry President Trump’s immigration policies may put everyone at risk. Struggles to contain the spread of Coronavirus, its immigration policies may well heighten this crisis. The “public charge” rule discourages immigrants from accessing…
AdminAndrew
March 16, 2020
Immigration RulesImmigration StatusNews

Factors Government to Consider under New Public Rule

On the same day the Public Charge Rule went into effect (February 24, 2020), immigrant advocates held a teach-in at Boston City Hall to try to lessen the uncertainty and fear that has been spreading through immigrant communities. The Administration has stated that the Public Charge “ule will protect hardworking American taxpayers, safeguard welfare programs for truly needy Americans, reduce the federal…
AdminAndrew
March 6, 2020
Immigration RulesNews

What Happens After Being Released From Court?

People who immigrate to America have a lot of concerns - the biggest concern being their legal status. This is especially true in a changing political climate where immigration enforcement is ramping up. Under President Trump, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's duties have expanded. In recent times, there have been more arrests and removals of immigrants. This means families are…
AdminAndrew
February 20, 2020
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Holiday At The Border: Gifts for Children in Detention Centers

According to a recent Staff Report by the Committee on Oversight and Reform, separated children have been in federal custody longer than previously reported – about 680 were detained for 46 to 75 days, over 50 from six months to a year, and more than 25 for more than a year. This means that this year, many children will be…
admingreg
January 17, 2020
Immigration RulesNews

What Is DACA And Who Are The Dreamers?

The political struggle over immigration continues apace-- and a North Carolina senator is at the center of the storm  Thom Tillis has been one of the most ardent supporters of the “Dreamers”, making him something of a rebel within his party. WHO ARE THE “DREAMERS”? The term “Dreamers” is used to describe those who fall under the protection of President…
AdminAndrew
December 27, 2019
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