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How to Navigate Deportation Proceedings

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can institute a deportation or removal proceeding for many reasons. Simply because ICE has sent you a deportation notice does not mean that you will automatically be removed from the U.S.

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Becoming a U.S. Citizen

At the immigration law firm Gurian Group P.A., in Miami, Florida, we appreciate the value of citizenship. Very powerful rights are afforded to citizens of the United States that are not available to those who live in the country illegally or even legally.

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What If I Get Deported but My Children Were Born in the U.S.?

During the 2018 fiscal year, the U.S. deported more than 337,000 immigrants, 56% of them had not been convicted of crimes. In 2019, an estimated 16.7 million households had at least one family member who was living here illegally.

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The New Public Charge Rule: What Florida Families Need to Know

At the end of February, the Trump administration started enforcing a game-changing rule against immigrants. As the Miami Herald explained, the public charge rule makes it harder to get immigrant visas or change immigration status—including getting a green card—if you have ever received certain public assistance, like food stamps or Section 8 rental assistance.

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