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Your immigration status can change due to criminal activity

People who immigrate into the United States are expected to follow the laws here. Facing criminal charges can sometimes be the basis of removal proceedings. People who aren't citizens are expected to have good morals. A crime that involves moral turpitude and those that are aggravated felonies might lead to you being removed from the country and barred from coming back.

Fake marriages can lead to immigration issues

One of the ways that an immigrant can come to the United States is by marrying a citizen. Unfortunately, some people try to get over on the immigration system by arranging fake marriages or ones of convenience. While this might seem like a good idea, this is actually illegal.

What to expect when being deported from the United States

If you are facing deportation from the United States, you are likely stressed, scared and worried, especially if you have family that is staying behind. You probably want to know when you will see them again and how long it will take to get back into the country. Let's take a look at what you should expect when being deported from the United States.

How a permanent resident can lose his or her status

Securing your green card, which makes you a permanent resident of the United States, is a lengthy process. Once you have this clearance, you likely won't want to relinquish it anytime soon. If that's the case, you will want to know what can cause you to lose your green card status in Houston, Texas, so you can avoid any issues with it.

Rules for returning to the United States following deportation

Being deported from the United States can be an emotional time for people of any age. Even if you have followed all the rules, you might still have trouble getting back into the country. The reason for this is that you might not have left enough time between being deported and applying for re-entry to the country in Houston, Texas. Here's a look at the rules for returning to the country following deportation.

What is the removal process and how does it work?

Have you ever wondered what the removal process is in the United States? Do you want to find out how it works? If so, this post will help explain a little about the deportation and removal process so you know what to expect should you or a family member face removal from the country in Houston, Texas. There are three government agencies involved in the entire process, which can make things confusing for some.

If I get a DUI will I lose my immigration status?

Drinking under the influence (DUI) is never something you want on your record. The legal consequences for a DUI conviction are more severe when you are a non U.S. citizen. Immigrants seeking a brighter future with more advanced opportunities in America may face deportation threats or a reduced immigration status.

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