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Naturalization Law

Naturalization Law

When seeking to become a naturalized citizen of the United States, understanding the complexities is a necessity. An immigration lawyer can help you navigate the process. Attorney Yvette Mastin will advise you on the requirements and any potential problems, depending on your specific situation, and walk you through the completion of the application for naturalization. She will advise you on any...

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Green Card Application

Green Card Application

A “green card” is an informal name for the document that allows you to stay in the United States as a permanent resident. While immediate family members of U.S. citizens – parents, spouses, and minor children – are automatically eligible to apply for a green card, there are levels of priority for all other foreigners who want to become U.S. immigrants. This includes: Adult children...

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Federal Criminal Defense

Federal Criminal Defense

If you’ve been accused of a federal crime, and face the possibility of going to jail, you already understand the seriousness of your situation. When faced with a federal criminal charge, you need an attorney like Yvette Mastin who will work to protect you, and Attorney Yvette Mastin is an experienced federal criminal defense attorney who will treat your case with the seriousness it deserves. She...

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Family Visa

Family Visa

The U.S. immigration laws have certain allowances for non-immigrant visa holders, lawful permanent residents and U.S. citizens to bring their dependents (spouse and unmarried children under 21 years of age) to the United States. However, there are many rules, regulations and forms within the process. To avoid jeopardizing your family’s visa, you need the help of an experienced immigration...

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Immigration Law

Immigration Law

For many people who wish to live in the United States, immigration law is too complex to take on without help from professionals. If you need guidance as you prepare to immigrate, it’s time to contact The Law Offices of Yvette Mastin. It is overwhelming the process of transitioning to a new country can feel, whether you are here on a visa or looking for a way to move to this country permanently....

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Deferred Action

Deferred Action

President Obama announced a change in immigration policy that will provide deferred status to undocumented immigrants who meet the following criteria: > Came to the United States under the age of sixteen; > Has continuously resided in the United States for a least five years preceding June 15, 2012 and is Present in the United States on June 15, 2012; > Is currently in school, has...

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