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Is Citizenship Better Than Permanent Residence?

Many immigrants who come to the United States and become permanent residents do not naturalize or become U.S. citizens. Some may not know they are eligible for citizenship. Others may worry about the costs of the naturalization process or may doubt their ability to pass the citizenship test. Others simply are not aware of the benefits that come with becoming a citizen.

What things can lead to an increased DUI fine in Florida?

What are the consequences of being convicted of DUI here in Florida? The answer is not the same for all situations. One reason for this is that what particular legal penalties a person could face in relation to a DUI can vary based on the specifics of their case.

When criminal law and immigration matters intersect

Criminal law matters and immigration issues, on their own, can have major ramifications for a person. So, one can imagine how high the stakes could be for a person when facing both of them at the same time. This is a situation individuals from foreign countries who are here in the U.S. can face when they are accused of certain crimes.

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