How a Record of Contract Fraud may Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility

In many parts of the world, business deals may involve many variables that may not initially be viewed as fraud. For instance, traditional gifts and other customs from one culture may later be interpreted by another as bribery. The potential for misinterpretation in business deals reminds people to always be aware of how some actionsContinue reading “How a Record of Contract Fraud may Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility”

How Fraud and Embezzlement Affect Your Immigration Prospects

What is Embezzlement? Embezzlement is defined as an act where someone steals or misappropriates money or property from a, business partner, employer, or any person who trusted the embezzler with the asset. Embezzlement should not be confused with fraud, larceny, or theft. The key distinction is that the embezzler actually has/had permission to handle theContinue reading “How Fraud and Embezzlement Affect Your Immigration Prospects”

How a History of White-Collar Crimes can Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility

For many entrepreneurs who work around the world, they may find that each country and culture have different customs—differences that may eventually have serious consequences. For example, different cultures may perceive gifts in many different ways—one individual may view gifts as traditional gestures of gratitude, while another may interpret gifts as a form of bribery.Continue reading “How a History of White-Collar Crimes can Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility”

Crimes of Moral Turpitude: Immigrant Crimes that will Result in Deportation

Deportation occurs when an individual is forcibly removed from one country to another for one or more reasons. For U.S. immigration and citizenship purposes, deportation and the removal proceedings often involve an individual committing a crime. Who is at Risk of United States Deportation? According to United States law, all immigrants (even green card holders)Continue reading “Crimes of Moral Turpitude: Immigrant Crimes that will Result in Deportation”

Are Sanctuary Cities Really Safe for Undocumented Immigrants?

When people enter the United States but do not go through the proper legal steps for immigration, they are known as undocumented immigrants/aliens. People with an “undocumented” status always live with insecurity as these individuals are always subject to raids—often set up by tips given to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). As President DonaldContinue reading “Are Sanctuary Cities Really Safe for Undocumented Immigrants?”

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