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Removal of Conditions When No Longer Living with Your Spouse

As an immigrant, maintaining your legal status in the United States can sometimes seem overwhelming, particularly when unforeseen events complicate matters. This is particularly true if you have conditional residency, but your marriage has broken down. Is it possible to get permanent residency in this scenario?

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Understanding Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers for Immigrants

Tax matters can be baffling for anyone. And for immigrants navigating the U.S. tax system, they may be presented with unique hurdles. One particularly high hurdle is the requirement for an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) – an essential piece of identification for immigrants filing taxes in the United States.

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Naturalization Tips for Immigrants

Gaining U.S. citizenship is a milestone achievement. The process not only bestows rights and freedoms, but also solidifies one's dedication to the United States. However, as you may have already noticed, the path to naturalization can be complicated and demanding.

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Tips for Your Immigration Marriage Interview

The marriage-based green card interview is a crucial step in the process of becoming a lawful permanent resident in the United States through marriage. Unsurprisingly, it can also be a source of stress for couples unsure of what to expect.

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What Is the Stop-Time Rule?

Understanding the Stop-Time Rule and its implications is critical when dealing with matters of immigration law. Remember, knowledge is power, and in this case, it could mean the difference between staying in the country you call home or facing the prospect of removal.

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Dispelling Myths About Citizenship

When it comes to discussing citizenship, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions floating around that can confuse many individuals seeking to become U.S. citizens. As a law firm dedicated to helping clients navigate the complex immigration process, William J. Quirk, Esq., LLC is here to dispel these myths and provide clear, accurate information about the path to U.S. citizenship.

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Driver's License Eligibility for Non-Citizens in New Jersey

For immigrants in New Jersey, the journey towards obtaining a driver's license can often seem daunting. It's more than just a piece of plastic; it’s a key to independence, a necessary tool for daily life, and a valid form of identification.

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Immigration FAQs

Immigration is a complex process, filled with numerous procedures, legalities, and paperwork. The path to obtaining U.S. citizenship or a green card can be confusing, especially for those unfamiliar with the legal terminology and processes involved.

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Are There Alternatives to Going to Jail?

When accused of a crime, there is one question that you might keep asking yourself: “Am I going to go to jail?” It’s natural to feel unsure or even completely overwhelmed in the face of criminal charges in New Jersey. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help you navigate alternatives to jail and help you take your first step forward.

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Preparing for an Embassy Interview

If you’re living overseas and intending to immigrate to the United States and have completed an application to become a lawful permanent resident (LPR), you will be requested to undergo what is called consular processing.

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