Blog Posts in 2010

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Couple Fights Deportation

A couple in the New Jersey area is reportedly fighting a deportation order. Rica Tonog has applied for permanent residency based on a work visa, but this was rejected as it was reportedly that her ...

Man Pleads Guilty in U.S. Citizenship Claim

A German man in the Sioux City, Iowa area has reportedly pleaded guilty falsely claiming that he was a U.S. citizen. Christopher Mettin is now possibly facing deportation after he was arrested last ...

Adoption Difficult for U.S. Citizens if Child isn’t an Orphan

When a child from another country is not an orphan, it can be difficult for a U.S. citizen to adopt that child. Likely, the person looking to adopt would have to live in the other country for some ...

Law Office of Eric P. Chapman becomes a member of Find an Immigration Attorney

Law Office of Eric P. Chapman becomes a member of Find an Immigration Attorney. We are pleased to announce that Smyrna Immigration Attorney, Law Office of Eric P. Chapman, has become a member of our ...

H-1B Visas Not Wanted

Apparently, due to the economic condition of the U.S., the once coveted H-1B work visas are not being requested as much and now there are still more than 11,000 visas available. Typically, most of ...

Appeals for Deportation of Non-Citizens

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling of deportation of non-citizens in certain criminal cases has reportedly resulted in a number of appeals. According to reports, the issue is in regard to whether judges ...

Terminally Ill Man Receives Citizenship

A terminally ill man in the Austin, Texas area has reportedly received his U.S. citizenship and received at in-home ceremony swearing him in. Manuel Lara Lopez reportedly lived in the U.S. for 30 ...

Three to be Deported Get Pardoned

Governor David Paterson of New York has reportedly pardoned three people who were about to be deported. All three people reportedly had prior criminal convictions. Paterson reportedly stated that all ...

Harvard Graduate Facing Deportation Gets Reprieve

A Harvard graduate who was facing deportation to the Philippines has reportedly been granted a one-year reprieve. As of now, Mark Ferales has been released from detention. He was originally brought to ...

Twelve Arrested with Fake U.S. Visas

In Bangkok, U.S. and Thai officials have reportedly arrested 12 Chinese nationals who were allegedly in possession of fake U.S. visas. They are now being accused of obtaining the fake visas in order ...

African Immigrants Encouraged to Seek Citizenship

African immigrants and refugees are reportedly being urged to seek U.S. citizenship. This is because they will then be able to avoid problems that can stem from not having a solid immigration status. ...

Mother Fights Deportation

A mother in the Rancho Cordova, California area is currently fighting against deportation to Armenia. Silva Mamikonyan may reportedly be deported despite being married to a U.S. citizen and having two ...

Cardiologist Gains U.S. Citizenship

A Pittsburgh cardiologist has recently gained U.S. citizenship. He has reportedly been in the United States since 1995 as he studied at the University of Michigan. He has been practicing medicine at ...

Travel Ban on Gbagbo

A travel ban has reportedly been placed on Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo. U.S. officials have reportedly placed sanctions on him and his regime. They will not be able to enter the United States ...

Deportation Possible for Legal Resident

Mike Burrows, who is reportedly a legal resident, is now facing deportation. He has been in the U.S. legally since 1962, but was ordered for deportation in 2003 as he was involved in a criminal ...

Karitas’ Twins to get U.S. Citizenship

TV star Karitas Karisimbi has recently had twins in a U.S. hospital which means that her children will acquire U.S. citizenship. The father of the children reportedly also holds a U.S. citizenship ...

Marine Wants Leniency for Father in Deportation Case

Lance Corporal Apsar Andres is on leave from his Marine base in Hawaii and has found out that his father is now awaiting deportation back to Guatemala. The father is reportedly in the U.S. illegally ...

Citizenship Dispute Over for California Police Chief

A California police chief who had her citizenship question has had that matter resolved and put to rest. Tracy Hudak-Vitale has had her U.S. citizenship status confirmed. According to reports, the ...

Harvard Alumnus Trying to Avoid Deportation

Mark Farrales, who is a Harvard alumnus, is reportedly not facing deportation as he is allegedly in the U.S. illegally. He was reportedly brought to the U.S as a child by his parents and is hoping ...

Dream Act Passes in House

The Dream Act has reportedly been voted on by the House of Representatives and the bill passed. The bill would offer opportunities to adult children of illegal immigrants who go to college or join the ...

Teenager Released from Deportation Holding

An 18-year-old Guatemalan teenager has reportedly been released from a federal holding facility as his deportation case has been put on hold for a year. Bernard Pastor has been in the U.S. since the ...

Father of Child in Need of Heart Transplant May Be Deported

A father in the Dearborn, Michigan area is reportedly awaiting deportation as his son is in need of a heart transplant. Amin Alhawati's son has an underdeveloped heart and needs medical care, but his ...

Soldier Becomes a Citizen

Ahmad Moustafa Mahmoud has been granted citizenship in the U.S. after being an American soldier for eight years. His family is originally from Egypt, but he had his citizenship expedited after ...

Man’s Deportation Protested

A Guatemalan man who faces deportation from Portland, Maine has friends who do not want the event to occur. Selvin Arevalo's friends are reportedly staging prayer sit-in at the officers of two ...

Haitian Orphans Granted Citizenship

A bill that has been passed will give Haitian orphans citizenship in the U.S. Twelve children have been trapped in legal limbo waiting to see if they would be clear for adoption in the U.S. The ...
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