The election is finally over, and the country has a new president-elect. In light of this, many individuals are fearful that the new administration will change immigration policies, which may increase the likelihood of deportations.

I have U.S. citizens calling my office concerned about their status, so I can only imagine how someone who is undocumented may be feeling. There are, however, certain things individuals can do today to get a proper assessment of their immigration status:

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