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Birth Certificates from Puerto Rico prior to 07/01/2010 not accepted as primary evidence of U.S. Citizenship for a U.S. Passport

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This is a quite odd anomaly and I am not sure why but here you go……… As of October 30, 2010 the United States Department of State does not accept Puerto Rican birth certificates issued prior to July 1, 2010 as primary proof of citizenship for a U.S. passport.   The Puerto Rican government passed a […]

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Number of Passports Issued by year

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Passport Issuances Statistics

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My child is too young to sign a passport, how do i sign it instead? A: In the space provided for the signature, the mother or father must print the child’s name and sign their own name. Then, in parenthesis by the parent’s name, write the word (mother) or (father) so we know who signed […]

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Passport Questions part 3

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  What if I need to leave the country in an emergency to visit a family member in the hospital and I do not have a passport? This is a situation I hope never happens to anyone but there are options provided it truly is an emergency and it involves an immediate family member. The […]

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What is the difference between the DREAM Act and DACA (Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals)?

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Tucson Immigration Lawyer Ryan M. Gibson. Call 520 965-5478 today for an appointment. Advice and Representation, Green Cards, Fiancé Visas, DACA, Quick Appointments, Reasonable Fees. Update ! September 5th, 2017               The following announcement is directly from the USCIS website concerning today’s very unfortunate and unfair decision regarding DACA […]

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Chart for determining immigration consequences of criminal convictions

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This Chart has been provided National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild. It is meant as a general guideline for criminal defense attorneys to guide clients away from potential pitfalls towards safer alternatives when negotiating plea deals. It is amazing what one day less in a jail sentence or a change in wording can […]

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What types of Visas are available to immigrants?

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Generally, for foreign citizens to be eligible for an immigrant visa, they must be sponsored by a U.S. Citizen relative, U.S. Green Card Holder (LPR) or by a prospective employer, and be the beneficiary of an approved petition filed with the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service (USCIS. Below is a helpful explanation from the U.S. […]

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Children in Adult Detention Centers

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This has been reported on before but here is a fresh report documenting the extent of the problem. It should go without saying this entirely unacceptable to have children in adult detention centers.

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