Many of those seeking to become U.S. citizens run into problems. As a full-service immigration law
firm in NYC, we have helped clients through numerous challenges—some expected and some
surprising. Here we present some of the common problems immigrants face while seeking New York
City immigration or naturalization....
This pro bono policy is in keeping with our New York City immigration lawyers' extended history of
trying to make a difference for non-citizens in the United States. Temporary Protected Status
(TPS) ... would envelop Haitians living in the United States illegally, as well as those Haitians
who have been previously ordered to be deported from New York City...
Asylum is the protection the U.S. government affords to people who have a legitimate fear that they
will be harmed if you return to their original country or whom have been harmed there in the past.
You may still be eligible for asylum, but the citizenship application in new york city is
complicated and requires consistency and burdensome paperwork and proof on the part of the
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