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How to Remove Prior Criminal Convictions for Immigration Purposes
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Many people convicted of crimes who are not American citizens find that certain convictions can prevent them from becoming citizens or at least make it much more difficult to do so. Generally, but not always, felony convictions having to do with violence, drug sales and other offenses can cause an individual to have great hardship…

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Parts of Arizona Immigration Law Temporarily Halted
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

A federal judge found that parts of the controversial Arizona law designed to stop illegal immigration might violate well established federal law and she temporarily halted its implementation. Other parts of the bill were permitted to go forward. Those parts of the law blocked by the Judge included that section which permitted law enforcement to inquire as…

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