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Immigration Court & Witnesses: What You Need to Know
Immigration Court & Witnesses: What You Need to Know

If you are facing a removal hearing, you may want to provide a witness to support your case. A witness who can testify on your behalf may boost your credibility, corroborate your story, and substantiate your claims. Here’s what you should know before choosing a witness to ...

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