Each year, numerous immigrants receive their green cards in the United States. Although the process may seem straightforward, it is still a highly intensive process that in some cases, immigrants still choose to not go through it after being married to someone for decades.
Deportation involves the removal of a foreign national from a new country of residence. This process can occur for all sorts of reasons, and it can happen to immigrants that are in a country legally, as well as those who are not. Knowing what to do when faced with deportation is a must to ensure your rights are fully respected, which is why USA.gov offers the following information.
Asylum allows people living in dangerous regions to seek expedited residence in other countries. Recent changes to the law in the U.S. aim to prevent Central American migrants from seeking asylum in the U.S. in an effort to curb what the government describes as unfettered immigration. A federal court recently ruled that the subsequent injunction only applies to specific areas along the southern border of the U.S., according to NBC News.
The American Dream is something that many immigrant residents of California aspire to. Most foreign citizens who live here legally begin the process of becoming a United States citizen by obtaining a green card. However, it is not the only way to gain citizenship. At U.S. Law Center we often assist clients in entering the U.S. and attaining citizenship.
People may struggle with any number of hardships related to immigration, and we have documented many of these experiences and difficulties on our blog. Regardless of the unique nature of someone's immigration case, it is common for anyone who is struggling with any facet of immigration law to have a particularly hard time because of immigration-related pressure. For example, some people may lack the energy and focus to handle these matters because they recently arrived in the country and are very stressed out and even tired. Others may have been through various hardships during their time in the U.S. and the pressure they are experiencing makes it hard to move forward.