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For many immigrants, citizenship is a sigh of relief and the end of a long journey.  It means the immigrant can permanently live in the United States; is no longer subject to any grounds of deportability; is eligible to receive a U.S. passport; is eligible to vote in any state or federal election; may hold certain government job and serve on a jury; and qualify for public benefit.

When facing deportation, you do not have the right to counsel.  It is critical to consult an experience attorney to vastly improve your chance of success.  Trust in us to help you understand your options, so that we can work to keep you from being separated from your family.  We have assisted clients with adjustment of status, asylum, cancellation of removal, prosecutorial discretion, waivers of inadmissibility, withholding, and relief under various sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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