Category: Konare Law News

Jose Villalta sues Maryland Resources Police over immigration arrest
An undocumented immigrant from Maryland is suing a state police agency whose officers turned him over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement after fining him for improper removal of a [...]
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Konare Law To Welcome Professor Elizabeth Keyes
Professor Elizabeth Keyes will be guest speaking at Konare Law Frederick office on Friday, March 8th at noon. Elizabeth Keyes is an Associate Professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she [...]
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The Process of Asylum Application in the U.S.
In general, a foreign national is eligible to apply for asylum in the U.S. if s/he is living in the U.S. and apply within one year of arrival. The relief [...]
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Home Raids – What You Can Do
Since January of 2018, ICE has undertaken a series of raids looking for families throughout the United States to deport them. They are targeting families with final orders of removal [...]
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Order of Deportation, Exclusion Order and Order of Removal Explained
How Can I Tell If I was Placed into Any Of These Proceedings? You were officially placed into proceedings if a charging document has been filed with the Immigration Court.  [...]
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How Can I Get A Work Permit?
Your eligibility to work legally in the U.S. is tied to your immigration status, which is not easy to discernible at times.  At the outset, please note that lawful permanent [...]
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Are You a Foreign National Who Is In Deportation Proceedings?
Being in the process of deportation can be scary and unnerving. Many people risk their lives to come to the United States from their country whether it’s for work, education, [...]
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