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How to Request Permission for Re-Entry into US after Deportation?

16th November 2011
Any person who gets deported from US would wish to visit US again as they might have surely deported with pending commitments and they would want to accomplish it. So, often the question of whether such deported persons can re-enter US arises and this que... Read >
Author: hazel Ickes

Denied entry into Canada or was your application refused?

30th September 2011
Has Canadian immigration denied you entry to Canada or has your application for a Canada work permit or for Canadian permanent residency been refused? Although hiring a lawyer is not required to submit an application for Canadian immigration, it is advisa... Read >
Author: fwcanada

Authorization to Return to Canada

12th September 2011
If you have been issued an exclusion or deportation order, you will not necessarily be prevented from re-entering Canada at a later date. Individuals that have had a removal order issued against them will likely require an Authorization to Return to Canad... Read >
Author: fwcanada

The Influence of Shoplifting Arrests on Immigration Status

10th March 2011
In the event you are inside the US on the visa, you need to get care to adhere to the law. Any criminal charges against it is possible to serve as grounds to revoke your visa and send you home.Many visa holders feel this means they cannot commit any major... Read >
Author: Dan Hammond

The best way to Remove Conditions on Green Card?

07th March 2011
In the event you obtained the residence status via marriage to some US Citizen or Permanent Resident you have to file the form I-751 (Petition to remove Conditions on Residence). In case your dependent young children acquired conditional resident status i... Read >
Author: Avery Whitehead

How to check the status of Your Form I-90 Application

07th February 2011
Green Card Renewal is an important matter. Green Card holders (United States permanent residents) with expired Green Cards may be considered "out of status" and may be denied entry into the United States if their green card is out of date. Therefore, it i... Read >
Author: Sean Black

Fake and Fraudulent Permanent Resident Cards

12th January 2011
Many people seeking to get your self a U.S. Green card do not really fulfill the actual qualifications needs because mandated through the actual government. Sadly, due to using a criminal record or limited assets, a big quantity associated with green card... Read >
Author: Felix Black

Lucifer and the Universal Angel war

19th March 2010
After Lucifer lost the universal angels' war fought in the Draco and Ursa Minor star constellations, a time of reconciliation was allowed. However, when after that course of time expired, all Ophannim including the Cherubim Lucifer were ordered deported t... Read >
Author: kenkleinproduc

Estudiar Ingles con Ingles Clases On Line

09th February 2010
In order to instruct English in Mexico, one should become certified in TEFL or CELTA. Such certifications qualify native English speakers to instruct in a classroom setting. Becoming certified can be fairly easy- a lot of educational institutions as well ... Read >
Author: latinosprimero

How To Make Debt Collectors Pay For Illegal Voicemails

06th June 2009
COLLECTION VOICEMAILS - BACKGROUND Voicemails from bill collectors are a reality when you have been turned over to collections. The dirty secret debt collectors don't want you to know about is that they very often violate the law (Fair Debt Collection ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Deportation and Removal in Canada

29th April 2009
In Canada there are two main reasons for deportation or removal: if a person has illegally entered Canada or if the person if convicted of a serious offence. The determining factor in the case of deportation is usually the type and the nature of the offen... Read >
Author: Kevn Smith

Minnesota Assault Offenses

12th September 2008
Minnesota law distinguishes between assault and battery in civil lawsuits. However, under its criminal code, battery is included under the heading of assault. An assault is an act done with intent to cause another injury or imminent fear of injury. The ac... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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