Asylum is a protection allowing a person to enter or remain in the United States, granted to foreign nationals already in the United States, or at the border, who meet the international law definition of a “refugee.”
How To Find An Immigration Attorney
Monday, 25 June 2018 19:43 Last Updated on Monday, 25 June 2018 19:43 Written by Diplomatic Training 0 Comments When it comes to finding the best immigration lawyer near you , it is important to do your research as there are numerous factors to keep in mind. For example, if you are looking to emigrate to America but are new to the process, or would like to start a career in America with a visa, immigration attorneys can help you achieve these goals…
Why I Left Immigration Law
The U.S. immigration system demands penance from immigrants for the privilege of staying in the country and reinforces tired stereotypes about the global South. After four years, I could no longer be part of it.
"Immigration Policy: What is Good for America?"
The Moakley Breakfast Forum Series, now in its ninth year, promotes the spirit of community engagement and public service across Suffolk University’s campus and the greater Boston community by promoting dialogue on important public policy issues of local, state, and national interest. This year’s Breakfast Forum, “Immigration Policy: What is Good for America?”, is a timely and relevant topic in light of recent Federal action on…
Why we cannot wait for immigration reform
Archbishop Chaput urges everyone to read and accept the convictions on immigration reform shared by Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez. Immigration, he writes, is the human rights test of this generation. True systemic reform -- not only the nightmare of deportations -- must balance the law and love for the person.
How Immigration Bail Bonds Work
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the unit of the government that arrests and detains anyone found violating U.S. immigration law. In order for the detainee to be released until his or her court date, an immigration bond must be obtained. Detainees must first meet the qualifications before they can receive an immigration bail bond, though, which we will go over in this …
If Immigration Law Is Federal, Why Are States Passing Immigration-Related Laws?
Think what a mess it would be if every state in the country could decide who may (or may not) receive a tourist visa, a green card, or some other immigration benefit that no one has yet dreamed up. That’s just one of the many reasons why only the U.S. federal government may set immigration law and policy. Immigration is one of the few areas of U.S. law that is nearly uniform across the 50 states. (Exceptions exist, but let’s not get into…
Top 7 Immigration Laws for Families
Immigrating to the United States, as a family member or as an entire family at once, can be more complicated than immigrating alone. While some laws favor family members like children and spouses, the process can be more detailed and...
'I Should Not Be Here': The New Reality For Cuban Immigration To The US
For a long time, it was much easier for Cubans to migrate to the United States than other immigrants. U.S. foreign policy was set up to give haven to
How immigration detention compares around the world
Rights and living conditions vary depending where immigrants are detained.
How Much Will an Immigration Lawyer Cost?
There are some times when you might not need an attorney. Insurance companies take care of a large part of car accident claims these days. You can probably make your own argument about why you were or weren't speeding that...
Immigration Law 101: Work Permits
Work Permits are legal permission files which grant foreign workers permission to accept temporary employment in the United States. Our White Plains Immigration Law Office handles work permits for …
California’s Attorney General Says Immigration Should Be Decriminalized
In an interview with HuffPost, Xavier Becerra was one of the few prominent Democrats to take this stance.
What made you decide to become an Immigration Attorney?
Video Transcription: "I became an immigration attorney for various reasons. My family and I are immigrants, so I know what it's like to go through this proce...
What Does “Naturalization” Mean In the Immigration Process?
If you are hoping to become a U.S. citizen, it is important to understand the legal requirements you must meet. An Illinois immigration attorney from Mevorah Law Offices LLC will work with you to achieve your dream of becoming a natural citizen. For a free consultation, call our office at 630-932-9100 today.
What happened to the president's immigration programs?
Immigration activists protest outside the federal appeals court in New Orleans on Oct. 14, 2015. (Gerald Herbert / Associated Press) Demonstrators are fasting this week in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in New Orleans, protesting a suit brought by 26 states that seeks an end to the temporary protection from deportation granted to immigrants by executive action A panel of three appeals court judges heard arguments July 10 but has delayed ruling nearly a month beyond its…
How To Avoid Immigration Pitfalls Of 'No-Match' Letters
The Social Security Administration has revived the practice of sending out letters to employers when workers' names do not match their Social Security numbers. Here, Law360 takes a look at what employers should do to avoid the risk of immigration enforcement-related penalties.
How Can Bankruptcy Laws Affect My Immigration Status?
Filing for bankruptcy is not an action that anyone takes lightly. This is especially true for immigrants who, among other things, are worried how a bankruptcy filing may impact their future paths to citizenship. So, how does bankruptcy affect immigration? Contact us today at (305) 445-4855 for a free consultation.
What does the Catholic Church teach about immigration?
Share Tweet Share Pin Email You shall love your neighbor as yourself. – Mark 12:31 There’s no doubt—immigration is a controversial topic. And yet, it’s an important one to talk about. “It’s a difficult issue, especially because a lot of us, even people of faith, we come at it through our political lens. We might …
What Families Should Know About Immigration Detention
People from countries all over the world work their entire lives to come to the USA to find more economic opportunity for themselves and their children. Others find their way here to seek asylum from tyrannical or crumbling governments....