Other

What You Should Know Before Filing a Petition for Review?
What You Should Know Before Filing a Petition for Review?

If the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) has ordered “removed” or “deported,” then non-citizens of the United States may file a Petition for Review (PFR) with the Circuit Courts. Several jurisdictions do not give immigrants the right to appeal a decision of an Immigration Judge directly to the U.S. Court of Appeals. You would first need to make a BIA appeal and if you lose, only then you can file a PFR with the federal court...

View more
Can Crimmigration Impact My U.S. Immigration Status?
Can Crimmigration Impact My U.S. Immigration Status?

If you are convicted for violating the above conditions, it can result in a legal hearing and deportation. And that’s when your immigration status is jeopardized under crimmigration. It is when criminal defense intersects with the U.S. immigration law, prosecuting or deporting non-residents or immigrants who have been found guilty of a crime. ..

View more
What You Should Know About Pro Hac Vice?
What You Should Know About Pro Hac Vice?

For attorneys, it is important to get licensed in a particular jurisdiction before they can start practicing. Beyond that jurisdiction, the attorney is not allowed to practice unless he is admitted ‘pro hac vice.’ In this blog, we will understand what it means, its purpose, and how it is used in a legal context...

View more
Post-Pandemic Eviction Crisis
Post-Pandemic Eviction Crisis

The start of the pandemic proved financially difficult for many people. As more people became unable to work, Governor Phil Murphy signed Executive Order 106 in order to protect tenants from being removed. This order was signed into place to ensure that people would not be evicted and locked out of their homes due to COVID-19 related hardships. Now that case numbers are declining in the state of New Jersey, the eviction moratorium is also coming to an end..

View more
The Child Tax Credit: How To Get In The American Rescue Plan?
The Child Tax Credit: How To Get In The American Rescue Plan?

The Child Tax Credit in the American Rescue Plan brings relief to working families all across the United States in a historic tax benefits plan. Currently, most families across the country are getting $250 or $300 every month automatically without doing anything or registering for anything. If you have children in your family, you will usually be able to get access to this tax credit...

View more