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What Would Someone Have to Do to Be Deported in Houston?

Posted on October 2, 2015 in
Deportation is one of the main fears immigrants have – and rightly so. There are many reasons an individual might be forced out of the US. Criminal activity and misrepresented paperwork are just two that could lead to deportation proceedings. Here are some other reasons why you might be deported: You are here illegally....
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How Long Does It Take to Get a Green Card?

Posted on September 28, 2015 in
A green card holder is a permanent resident of the United States, but not a citizen. Green card status means someone has been allowed to come into the country, work, and live permanently. Physically, it is a plastic card that tells officials an individual is living and working in the country legally. The card...
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What Happens if I Am Charged With Illegal Reentry After Being Deported?

Posted on September 15, 2015 in
Getting caught for a crime in America can be frightening, particularly if you are not familiar with the state and federal laws that will decide your fate. If you have been deported, denied admission to the country, or forcibly removed for any reason and you attempt to reenter the US without proper authorization, you...
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Is it Illegal to Jailbreak or Unlock Your Cell Phone?

Posted on March 6, 2015 in
Jailbreaking is not currently illegal on most devices, but using illegal applications and software through jailbreaking certainly is. This procedure is legal only because the DMCA does not cover the process specifically. However, jailbreaking is currently illegal on the iPad. The reason the iPad is off-limits is because of the ambiguous terminology of the...
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What Are The Penalties of Digital Piracy and Illegal Downloads in Texas?

Posted on March 6, 2015 in
The internet has rightly been compared to the settling of the American West. It is the final frontier. P2P and sharing software have made file sharing a simple process that anyone can learn in under a few minutes. New laws have begun cracking down on this behavior. Everyone remembers when Napster was shut down...
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