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January 2019 Archives

Positive facts about immigration in America

It may go without saying that the current climate in the United States makes immigration more difficult for those wishing to have a better life. However, it is still possible to gain lawful entry into the country and become a valued member of the population. Not every person in America sees immigration from a negative viewpoint. On the contrary, many U.S. born residents see immigration as a way to improve society and add rich diversity to the nation.

Large group of migrants enter the country seeking asylum

On Jan. 14, a group of migrants entered the U.S. via holes dug underneath the border wall in Arizona. It is believed that this collection of 376 migrants is the largest single group of people to ever enter the country in search of asylum.

Seek help to understand green card eligibility requirements

By necessity, many of those wishing to immigrate to the United States understand some of the requirements associated with green cards and visas. However, as immigration attorneys based in California, we have learned that these individuals still do not understand everything they need to know before applying for a green card. If this sounds like you, please don't feel bad. Immigration is an extremely complicated matter, especially in the political climate of 2019.

Deportation defense: Types of relief for immigrants

Despite the American government's current stance on immigrating to the United States and staying in the country, many people still want to start a new life here. While it is more difficult to gain entrance to the U.S. at this time, there are several ways those who are already here may gain permission to remain.

Young immigrants fleeing abuse may be 'too old' for green cards

Since the 1990s, the United States has allowed immigrant children under 21 years old to retain a court appointed guardian if they were victims of abuse or neglect through a Special Immigrant Juveniles (SIJ) classification. With an SIJ classification, young immigrants have been eligible for a green card that allows them to legally reside in the United States. However, the Trump administration has begun denying applications from immigrants once they reach 18 years old.

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