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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Immigration Expert Publishes Free Book on Best Tips for Asylum - Download Now

     Free answers to your questions about getting a green card in the United States is at your fingertips.  Click to this link for the website, then scroll on the home page, and download the eBook:  Best Tips to Win a Green Card Through Asylum.    
     The information you will find includes what harm is enough to win an asylum case, who will decide your case, and what to do if the government does not believe you.
     Elizabeth Blandon, Esq., wrote this book of advice, which was gained through more than ten years as an immigration lawyer.  The state of Florida certified her as an immigration expert and she graduated from one of the top law schools in the United States.  Before law school, Ms. Blandon earned two writing degrees (journalism and literature).
     For those who are considering applying for asylum, this book is a must read.  There is even a chapter about the types of documents that the government requests.  Private consultations are also available at the Broward immigration law firm, which specializes in asylum, by calling 954-385-0157.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Raids Planned for Central Americans Who Do Not Apply for Asylum

  Several major news outlets, including the Washington Post and the New York Times, have reported that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is going to begin raids on Central American families.
  Click the link here for the complete story.
  Blandon Law can help them by filing a Motion to Reopen, which will keep them in the country until the evidence is properly reviewed by an Immigration Judge.
  If you know a Central American person -- especially a child -- who entered the United States and was ordered deported, tell a family member to call (954) 385-0157 and schedule a consultation. Blandon Law are immigration lawyers specializing in asylum, with clients throughout Florida and the United States.

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