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3 Facts About the DREAM Act 2022

Is Baltimore a Sanctuary City?

Can An Asylee Go Back to Their Home Country?

Do You Need a Lawyer to Apply for Citizenship?

How to Find a Good Immigration Lawyer

What Does It Mean to Seek Asylum in the United States?

Immigration and Deportation: Can I Be Deported For a Crime?

Why Would Someone Immigrate to the United States?

Why Do I Need an Immigration Lawyer?

Avoid These Costly Mistakes When Applying for Citizenship

3 Facts About the DREAM Act 2022

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
May 18, 2022

Did you know that there’s a difference between the DREAM Act and DACA? The DREAM Act consists of a series of proposed laws that could provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented youths who immigrated to the United States as children. Since these undocumented youths are considered illegal immigrants, the proposed DREAM Act is considered […]

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Is Baltimore a Sanctuary City?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
April 12, 2022

In 2017, WBAL-TV 11 reported that the now-former Mayor of Baltimore, Catherine Pugh, stated that “Baltimore is a ‘welcoming’ city for immigrants, not ‘sanctuary.’” As a city that’s long been considered a melting pot of individuals from all walks of life, Baltimore has a vibrant community filled with residents and transplants alike. The Baltimore Police […]

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Can An Asylee Go Back to Their Home Country?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
April 12, 2022

You may have dreamed about becoming a United States citizen, but have found yourself starting to miss your home country that you fled. It’s a dilemma that many asylees may face once they’ve chosen to seek asylum status within the U.S. While traveling back to your home country may seem like an excellent opportunity to […]

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Do You Need a Lawyer to Apply for Citizenship?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
March 23, 2022

You may have thought about hiring an immigration attorney to ensure a seamless naturalization process if you’re applying for citizenship. However, filling out Form N-400 and any necessary documentation can be confusing for many applicants. This is particularly true for applicants who might be facing a language barrier or uncertainty about filing the paperwork. This […]

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How to Find a Good Immigration Lawyer

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
March 17, 2022

When you need legal assistance for your immigration case, it’s crucial to find a highly experienced immigration lawyer. This is particularly important for immigrants who may encounter many roadblocks while navigating laws within the United States and the current cultural climate that includes ICE detaining and deporting select immigrants. For our clients at Albers & […]

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What Does It Mean to Seek Asylum in the United States?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
February 22, 2022

Seeking asylum in the United States due to fear of persecution of one’s race, nationality, political opinion, or religion is common for individuals from other countries who want to be protected from persecution. However, not every individual is eligible for asylum. You need to apply for asylum through the I-589 Form (Application for Asylum and for […]

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Immigration and Deportation: Can I Be Deported For a Crime?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
February 9, 2022

When you’ve immigrated to the United States, it’s vital to maintain your right to reside within the country. However, if you’ve committed a crime or violated a law within the U.S., you may be eligible to face deportation against your will. Crimes that can lead to deportation from the United States include aggravated felonies, crimes […]

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Why Would Someone Immigrate to the United States?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
January 17, 2022

Each year, approximately 1 million people choose to immigrate to the United States. While immigration is a primarily personal choice, it’s a hotly debated topic that’s a consistent focal point in research studies and reports. With so many immigrants accounting for a large percentage of the world’s population, what’s the big deal, anyway? When an […]

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Why Do I Need an Immigration Lawyer?

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
January 7, 2022

If you’re an immigrant in the United States and facing challenges, an immigration lawyer can navigate the legal process on your behalf. We know that immigration can be a life-changing endeavor and lead to a positive familial impact for generations to come. Whether you’re looking for assistance with naturalization, visas, DACA renewal, or more, Albers […]

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Avoid These Costly Mistakes When Applying for Citizenship

Category: Maryland Immigration Law
December 20, 2021

Congratulations on proceeding with a citizenship application! Applying for citizenship can be an incredibly daunting process, especially if you’ve found yourself wondering about different aspects of your paperwork and you aren’t sure how to proceed. Fortunately, the legal team at Albers & Associates is highly experienced in assisting with citizenship applications. If you’re planning on […]

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