Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Notice to Appear before an Immigration Judge (NTA)

Hello from the Law office of Hachem & Associates,

If you are seeking Asylum in the US, please make sure you have all the documents given to you by the immigration office/ officer at the border where you entered the US. The officer may have given you a document called Notice to Appear ("NTA"). This Notice which is a charging document tells your attorney that you are in a removal proceedings, and when you MUST appear before an Immigration Judge ("IJ") on a specified date, or on a date to be later determined. Your attorney needs this Notice to learn of your next hearing date before the "IJ". 

I will keep posting the latest updates and changes from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS"), so please continue to regularly check my blog, as I will continue to post the latest news and updates about immigration issues specifically in my field of practice.

DISCLAIMER: This is not a legal advice, and reading this post does not create a binding Attorney Client relationship.

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