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Naturalization Eligibility Requirements

Before an individual applies for naturalization, he or she must meet a few requirements. Depending on the individual’s situation, there are different requirements that may apply. General requirements for naturalization are below.

-Be at least 18 years old at the time of filing Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.
-Be a permanent resident (have a “Green Card”) for at least 5 years.
-Show that you have lived for at least 3 months in the state or USCIS district where you apply. 
-Demonstrate continuous residence in the United States for at least 5 years immediately preceding the date of filing Form N-400. 
-Show that you have been physically present in the United States for at least 30 months out of the 5 years immediately preceding the date of filing Form N-400. 
-Be able to read, write, and speak basic English. 
-Have a basic understanding of U.S. history and government (civics). 
-Be a person of good moral character. 
-Demonstrate an attachment to the principles and ideals of the U.S. Constitution.

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Immigration Appeals
What kind of appeals does your firm specialize in?

We prepare appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals from the final decision of the Immigration Judge in your case, appeals from the administrative decisions of the homeland security department officials such as denial of the adjustment of status application and we also have attorneys available to prepare appeals to the 9th circuit Federal Court of Appeals of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) orders in your case. We do not prepare any appeals in civil or criminal cases.

What are the most common appeals done in immigration cases?
Deportation orders based upon denials by immigration judges of asylum, cancellation of removal or adjustment of status cases are one of the most common immigration judge orders to be appealed by the Respondent (immigrant)
What do I need to do if I got a deportation order because immigration judge denied my asylum cancellation of removal or adjustment of status application?
If you decided to appeal this decision, you need to appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals in Falls Church, Virginia it within 30 days after the deportation order was issued. If you delay your appeal will be dismissed by the Board of Immigration Appeals.
What about 9th circuit Federal Court of Appeals petitions for review?
Such Petitions must be filed with the 9th Circuit within 30 days after BIA rendered decision in your case.
What are the grounds for appeal?
If you feel that there is new crucial evidence in your case that was previously unavailable even if you diligently searched for it or if you feel that your immigration judge or your lawyer made serious mistakes in your case that caused you to lose your case, you may have reasons to appeal the judge’s decision. Before you decide to appeal, however, it is important to consult with an immigration lawyer to get more information about the appeal process and whether you really have good reasons to appeal.
If my case was closed, what can I do to get another chance to file my case?
If the deportation order or other type of denial of your case happened less than 90 days ago, your lawyer can file a MOTION TO REOPEN your case, in some instances you are required to file a motion to reopen within 30 days after your case was denied. If Motion to reopen is granted, you and your lawyer can go back to court to present your case to the judge again – you get a second chance to argue that your case should be granted
If I received deportation order years ago and my case has been closed a long time ago, can anything be done to reopen my case?
If there is a new crucial evidence in the case, you can still attempt to file a motion to reopen, but you need to consult with a qualified lawyer about doing this to see how you can overcome the time limitations to file motion to reopen
Call now for your free in Office Consultation (213)534-1827

http://losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us/Los-Angeles-Immigration-Appeals-Lawyer

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Criminal Charges
What are Criminal Charges - Crimes and Deportation?
Those who have lived in the U.S. without permission or had a greencard/permanent residency and have criminal record:

If you already have a greencard and are a permanent resident of the U.S. but you had problems with the law, you may be deported from the United States. There is a long list of criminal offenses leading to deporation. The most common of those offenses are:
Domestic violence
Violence against spouse or child
Sexual abuse of a minor
Drug use and trafficking
Major fraud
Theft
Robbery
Bank fraud
Credit card fraud
Welfare fraud
Medicare/medical fraud
Insurance fraud
Gang-related crimes
and other crimes
If you were accused of crime leading to deportation or removal, you will be placed under "immigration hold", which means you can not be bailed out of jail. This normally happens to undocumented immigrant, but permanent residents can be subject to immigration hold too. It is very important to hire a qualified criminal defense attorney who is familiar with immigration consequences of pleading guilty to certain charges

To avoid pleading guilty to a deportable offense in exchange for empty promises of short terms jail by the prosecutors.

Our office offers services of a qualified criminal defense attorney, we will provide you with legal assistance in respectively criminal and immigration cases keeping in mind your interest in avoiding deportation of this country.
For more information call us to make an appointment

Also check out Country Reports on Human Rights Practices by the U.S. Department of State.

Call now for your free in Office Consultation (213)534-1827
http://losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us/criminal-charges-criminal-immigration-Lawyers

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Deportation or Removal


What is Deportation or Removal?

If you or a family member who is not a citizen or permanent resident and is undocumented in the United States may be placed in deportation proceedings. In the last year more than 360,000 foreigners were deported in a formal process of removal from the United States.

Regardless of your immigration status do not try to fight alone against deportation. The Government of the United States can use more than 50 reasons to take out or ask to be deported outside the United States. The reasons may constitute immigration violations, convictions of one or more felonies (Felonies) or misdemeanor (Misdemeanors). The most common cause is the entrance erratically (undocumented) to the United States.

Remember that there are several possible defenses against deportation. The defense against deportation is complicated and requires the help of a licensed and experienced immigration attorney. Our offices Paniotto Law in the city of Los Angeles have over 16 years of experience so that it can defend in deportation proceedings in immigration court.

Remember not be a victim of immigration fraud a "Public Notary | Notary" or immigration consultants, they are not lawyers and can not represent you in an immigration court.

It is extremely important to look at an Immigration Attorney.
Make an appointment call us (213)534-6622 for a free consultation.
3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite #1770 Floor #17
Los Angeles, CA 90010, U.S.
www.paniottolaw.com
losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us
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SABES QUE ES LA SALIDA VOLUNTARIA

SALIDA VOLUNTARIA OFRECIDA POR FUNCIONARIOS DE DEPORTACIÓN

Este es un tema separado que necesita ser mencionado por que en muchas ocasiones nuestros clientes nos dijeron que en algún momento que “firmaron la salida voluntaria” con los oficiales de deportación SIN NI SIQUIERA ser referido a un juzgado y el resultado fue voluntariamente “deportado”! Esto se llama “ Salida Voluntaria” por los oficiales de deportación que es nada más que otra fraude perpetrada contra los inmigrantes mal informados y asustados para impedir que ejerzan su derecho a procesar su caso con el juez de inmigración.

Si tu o alguien que conoces fueron detenido por ICE y te ofrecen la llamada “Salida Voluntaria” por los oficiales de inmigración adentro de la cárcel de inmigración, no firme e insista en mirar un juez de inmigración! Firmando una falsificación, tales “Salida Voluntaria” ofertada es lo mismo que firmando tu propia “deportación!

Siempre insista en mirar un juez de inmigración!

Por supuesto en unos casos no es posible si ha sido retirado previamente, por eso es importante consultar con el abogado de inmigración para saber lo que puede y lo que no puede esperar después de haber sido detenido por inmigración.

Si usted o un familiar se encuentran en una situación similar, comuníquese a nuestras oficinas para brindarle la mejor representación legal que necesita.

Abogados de Inmigración Especialista en Defensa de Deportación
CONSULTA GRATIS!!!
3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite #1770 Piso #17 Los Angeles California 90010
(213)534-6622
paniottolaw.com
www.dmitrylaw.com
losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us


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How to Get a Green Card through Employment
Green Card through Employment

One of the fastest and best ways to obtain a Green Card is through a petition by a prospective employer through Labor Certification. Under Permanent system Certification.
The employer must be ready to file Petition for Immigrant Worker

There are two necessary requirements to the Labor Certification process.

The prospective employee must be a skilled or unskilled worker with work experience depending on the position being offered.
The prospective employer must be able to demonstrate to the USCIS that he can afford to pay to the immigrant employee the "prevailing wage" for the immigrant's job position. However, the employer need not be a large company. Even a small company, a sole proprietorship, can petition an employee.
For more information call us to make an appointment

It is extremely important to look at an Immigration Attorney.
Make an appointment call us (213)534-6622 for a free consultation.
3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite #1770 Floor #17
Los Angeles, CA 90010, U.S.
www.paniottolaw.com
losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us
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How to Get a Work Permit in California?

ASYLUM TO GET A WORK PERMIT

Don't file asylum just to get an employment authorization - hundreds of thousands of central Americans and others filed hundreds of thousands fake asylum applications in the 1980s and 1990s and even a few years back because they were told by asylum preparers that they would get a work permit. Happy to get an opportunity to work legally rather than for cash, these asylum applicants signed hundreds of thousands of fraudulent asylum applications without even reading or/and understanding what asylum meant. Many of these asylum applicants did get their work permits and for many years were enjoying the temporary period of relative peace and well-being until finally they started getting their asylum interview notices. In the past few years tens of thousands of these asylum applicants have been called for their asylum interviews and unless they qualified for NACARA, they were referred to immigration court for removal proceedings. Clearly, the fake asylum applicants could not establish a well founded fear of persecution on account of race, ethnic origin, religion, social group membership or religion, they did not even know the definition of asylum, never been persecuted and did not know what was really written in their asylum application. Now, at the Los Angeles Asylum Office 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 these unsuspecting undocumented immigrants faced the moment of truth - they realized what the notarios have done to them by filing a fraudulent asylum for them - the notarios placed the asylum applicants in removal proceedings. It is one thing to file for asylum before april 1990 and qualify for NACARA and come out of the asylum office at 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 NACARA approval and a happy smile on your face, and it is a totally different matter to come out of the 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 Los Angeles Asylum office with a NOTICE TO APPEAR requiring you to go to Los Angeles Immigration court for removal proceedings, YOUR removal proceedings. The paradise ended in hell - I entered the country without documents, but I have never been caught by immigration - first step to paradise; then notario applied for my work permit by applying for asylum ; I don't really care what this asylum means, but I got my work permit and I am happy now - second step to paradise, but wait....why is the immigration officer asking me about fear of coming back to my country? What is the connection between fear of returning to my country and my work permit? And what is this little paper in my hands that's called "notice to appear" in immigration court. Now I am in deportation hell - my family and I are being deported because we did not qualify for this strange thing called asylum !! What am I going to do now? I am about to lose my job because I lost asylum case, I am about to lose my house because I lost asylum case, I am about to be separated with my family because I lost asylum case? Is it too late to do something ?

Well - remember, back when you came to this country...you did not go to immigration lawyer because you wanted to save money, right? You did not go to immigration lawyer because the notario gave you an easy way out - here is your work permit, fast and easy, don't think about anything else. And you did not think , did not ask immigration lawyer about what to do with your situation. At least now, go to free consultation with immigration lawyer, may be there is still hope for you to get greencard in immigration court, may be you still have a chance, so if you got denied your asylum in Anaheim, and were referred to los angeles immigration court, go to our immigration law office at 3550 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 1770, Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213)534-6622 come to our office with your "notice to appear" before you go to Immigration Court 606 S Olive, come to our office for first free consultation regarding your case and we will try to help you with your immigration case.



It is extremely important to look at an Immigration Attorney.
Make an appointment call us (213)534-6622 for a free consultation.
3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite #1770 Floor #17
Los Angeles, CA 90010, U.S.
www.paniottolaw.com
losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us
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Law Offices of Dmitry Paniotto Uniting families since 2000!
Call Today for a Free in Office Consultation
(213)534-6622
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Crimes and Deportation in the U.S.

For those who've lived in the U.S. sin documentos or had a greencard/permanent residency and have criminal record:
If you already have a greencard and are a permanent resident of the U.S. but you had problems with the law, you may be deported from the United States. There is a long list of criminal offenses leading to deporation - the most common of those offenses are domestic violence / violence against spouse or child, sexual abuse of a minor, drug use and trafficking, major fraud, theft, robbery, bank fraud, credit card fraud, welfare fraud , medicare/medical fraud, insurance fraud, gang-related crimes, and other crimes.

Usually, if you were accused of crime leading to deportation/removal, you will be placed under "immigration hold" (which means you can not be bailed out of jail). This normally happens to undocumented immigrant, but permanent residents can be subject to immigration hold too. It is very important to hire a qualified criminal defense attorney who is familiar with immigration consequences of pleading guilty to certain charges to avoid pleading guilty to a deportable offense in exchange for empty promises of short jail terms by the prosecutors. Unfortunately, very few criminal defense attorneys and even fewer public defenders are familiar with immigration law. Public defenders are not financially motivated to vigorously defend defendant's interests and are unwilling to go to trial - its much easier for them to just plead you out without regard to the deportation consequences for you.

Our office offers services of a qualified criminal defense attorney Alex Andrushenko who jointly with the immigration lawyer Dmitry Paniotto will provide you with legal assistance in respectively criminal and immigration case keeping in mind your interest in avoiding deportation. Our of counsel criminal defense Attorney Alex Andrushenko will consult with our immigration attorney Dmitry Paniotto on the deportation consequences of the criminal offense before you will decide to plead guilty or go to trial.

It is extremely important to look at an Immigration Attorney.
Make an appointment call us (213)534-6622 for a free consultation.

LOS ANGELES, IMMIGRATION COURT REPRESENTATION
3550 Wilshire Blvd Suite #1770 Piso #17 Los Angeles, CA 90010
dmitrylaw.com
losangelesimmigrationlawyers.us
www.paniottolaw.com

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