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Legal Permanent Residence

I-130 – In order to file for a permanent residence or “green card” in the United States through a family petition, the applicant must have a qualifying relative who will file a petition on their behalf.  With some exceptions, a qualifying relative can be a Legal Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen spouse, parent, child, or sibling.   The qualifying relative is required to show evidence of the qualifying family relationship (i.e. birth certificate, marriage certificate, deed, joint account information…

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601 Waivers

601 Waivers –  A person may be found inadmissible based on criminal, medical, security issues, or illegally residing in the United States.  The 601 Waiver was put in place to allow an individual to request a pardon or waiver to those who are inadmissible to enter the U.S. based on extenuating circumstances such as extreme hardship to a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent residence qualifying relative.  The new 601-A provisions, allows individual residing in the United States illegally to obtain a green card through a qualifying relative…

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EB-5

The EB-5 program could be the most important of all U.S. Federal Government programs because the future of our national economy may very well ride on its success. Generally, the EB-5 program allows foreign investors to obtain Legal Permanent Residency by making a $500,000 or $1M investment into a U.S. commercial enterprise creating 10 jobs per investor. Subsequently, the EB-5 program has created a capital market in which entities (including government entities) within the United States can obtain…

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Citzenship & Naturalization

To become a citizen at birth, you must been born in the United States or certain territories or outlying possessions of the United States and…

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Deferred Action for DREAMers

Deferred Action for DREAMers must have arrived in the United States before they turned 16 years old, must currently be in school, or…

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U-Visa

Individual who are victims of crime and currently living in the United States illegally may be eligible for U nonimmigrant status, which allows…

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Criminal Immigration Defense

There is a substantial overlap between Criminal Law and Immigration Law. This complex legal area of criminal immigration demands…

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Deportation & Removal Defense

There is nothing permanent about Legal Permanent Residents when it comes to certain criminal convictions. Under our U.S. immigration…

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Federal Criminal Defense

Federal Agencies such as the FBI, DEA, CIA, IRS, etc. have a wide variety of resources in prosecuting a defendant’s case. Furness Law also has…

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Medical Immigration

Furness Law specializes in a wide range of immigration solutions to facilitate employer recruitment of foreign doctors, nurses, as well as other medical staff. We work to facilitate creative immigration solutions in order to expedite your hiring process while fulfilling…

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Worksite I-9 Enforcement & Compliance

The United States Immigration Customs and Enforcement agency has increased its priority in auditing employer records for hiring workers who are not legally authorized to work in the United States. The Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) came into effect in…

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International Trade Law (Import / Export)

Doing business overseas may pose higher risks depending on which part of the world you are doing business. Although there is no such thing as zero risk in business, Furness Law offers legal services to minimize those risks such as drafting enforceable…

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Asylum

We often time consult with individuals who have already concluded that they do not qualify for asylum because they are unable to obtain some piece of evidence relevant to their case. This is often based on bad advice from family, friends, or other individuals who are not competent immigration attorneys. For some of these individuals if they had not retained Furness Law, they probably would not have pursued their asylum claim and never would have known that…

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