Kevin Lawrence Dixler’s Guides

Kevin Lawrence Dixler

Chicago Immigration Attorney.

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  1. Immigration 101: How Long will it Take Me to Get My Fiance or Spouse into the U.S. with a Green Card

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 4 years ago.

    This is a common question with a disappointing answer for some. A lawful permanent resident will wait significantly longer, perhaps, quite a few years for their spouse to immigrate.

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  2. Top 5 Reasons Why Foreigners End up in Immigration Court

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 4 years ago.

    They are arrested and detained for a crime. If police charge a foreigner with a crime and arrest, then this means that the person is in a public facility where they can be questioned. Local authoriti

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  3. The Top Ten Places 'Where' Lawful Permanent Residents Get Sent to Immigration Court

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, almost 5 years ago.

    The Correctional Center (aka Jail) Yes, if you are arrested, even if not convicted, but have decided to extend your vacation indefinitely, then you have given ICE a reason to put a freeze upon you (a

    4 people found this Legal Guide helpful

  4. When a Permanent Resident Who Wants to File for Citizenship Really Must Contact an Attorney

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, almost 5 years ago.

    Have you ever been arrested or charged for a crime? If you forget to include an arrest or something that appears on an arrest record, then the USCIS may consider this a lie, which is a reason to deny

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  5. Flat Fees vs. Appointment Fees: Immigration Lawyer Fees Explained

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 5 years ago.

    What Absolute Assurances are there that a Flat Fee is All that a Client Will Pay an Attorney? None! An immigration attorney cannot tell you with absolute assurance the exact attorney fees 'without ta

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  6. When Should I Reconsider Naturalization/Citizenship and Contact an Immigration Attorney

    Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 5 years ago.

    Have I Ever been Arrested of a Crime? If you are arrested, then you must disclose the arrest. If you lie, then DHS can deny naturalization. You must tell the truth or you can be denied. However, i

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