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Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme court partially lifted the stay on the travel ban for citizens of Iran, Sudan, Syria, Somalia, Libya and Yemen. There is an exception for individuals "who have a credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States." Most students and scholars, therefore, should continue to be exempt. The Court will hear the case on the merits at the start of the Court’s next term in October.
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In celebration of Presidents Day, more than 25,000 immigrants will become new U.S. citizens in naturalization ceremonies across the country during the period of Feb. 14 – Feb. 22. As stated by USCIS Acting Director Lori Scialabba: “These new U.S. citizens will be given rights, responsibilities and opportunities that will strengthen and shape the future of our great nation, just as generations of immigrants have done before them. By choosing to naturalize, they are confirming their commitment to our country and furthering our legacy as a nation of immigrants.” #OrlandoImmigrationAttorney #Immigration #Citizenship
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Attorneys Scot Silzer, Daniela Pulcini annd Mayra Rodriguez-Arias.
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Case Manager Sandrine Burke represented SilzerLaw Chartered and the French American Business Council of Orlando at a ceremony honoring veterans. The Consul General of France presented medals to the courageous US soldiers who fought with the French in WW II.
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Attorneys Scot A. Silzer & Daniela Pulcini
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