April 15 is National American Sign Language Day, commemorating the opening of the first school for the deaf in the U.S in 1817. #NationalASLDay 2022 is of particular importance for deaf immigrants who want to go through the naturalization process to become an American citizen. USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) offers naturalization resources in different accessible formats, including videos with naturalization information in sign language and with subtitles.READ MORE
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A criminal charge or conviction can be devastating to your immigration case. In some instances it may mean the end of your ability to remain in the United States. Any time that you are facing pending charges or criminal conviction you should consult with an attorney versed both in immigration and criminal defense.
As record numbers of legal permanent residents and undocumented immigrants are being deported from the United States, many because of previous criminal convictions, it is increasingly important for immigration attorneys and defense attorneys to understand the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. Our team could help protect your rights as an immigrant.