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DHS Implements New Processes for Cubans, Haitians, and Nicaraguans and Eliminates Cap for Venezuelans
On Jan. 5, 2023, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a safe and lawful way for qualifying Cubans, Haitians, and Nicaraguans with U.S.-based supporters to travel by air to and temporarily reside in the United States. Individuals arriving under this new process may also apply for work authorization. DHS also announced elimination of the numerical cap for a similar process for Venezuelans announced earlier this year. This process will provide a lawful and streamlined way for qualifying nationals of Cuba, Haiti, and Nicaragua who are outside the United States and lacking U.S. entry documents to come to the United States.
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Backed by years of knowledge and experience, the immigration lawyers at Zohar Law Firm in Manhattan provides unparalleled legal services that protect the rights of those immigrating to this country. Find out what makes us the chosen firm of New York families.
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Operating out of the World Trade Center in New York City, the Zohar Law Firm welcomes those who look to become US citizens and those who prefer to work & live here. Within close proximity to the immigration building & courthouse in lower Manhattan, we support the highly-diversified population of the region with pride.
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With ties to New York City that date back decades, the legal team at Zohar Law Firm is exceedingly proud of providing services to immigrants seeking to call the United States their new home.
Whether you need assistance with obtaining a student or work visa, a green card, amnesty or help with avoiding deportation, we have the legal expertise and the knowledge needed to guide you through the system without complication. Catering to the specific needs of each of our clients, we strive to be both flexible and highly communicative, keeping the process of legalization as seamless as possible.
Offering the experience and know-how of a larger law firm, with the personalized attention of a smaller enterprise, we strive to go above and beyond to serve our clients’ immigration law needs.
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