You're a permanent resident. As the name implies, you're supposed to be able to stay in the United States for the rest of your life.
People who come into this country must do so legally if they want to enjoy the benefits of living here. For the people who don't come here in this manner, there are some very specific things that must be done if they want to live in this country legally. We understand the issues that people coming into the country face and we can help them along the way.
Getting a work visa in the U.S. and becoming employed can be a complicated process. Once it's finished, there is a sense of relief and security knowing you won't have to go through it again. But what if the job isn't what you hoped it would be and you want to move on?
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) pleaded with the Trump administration and Border Patrol officials on Tuesday, Oct. 31 to release a 6-year-old Mexican girl with cerebral palsy from federal custody. The undocumented immigrant girl is currently behind held at San Antonio's Baptist Children's Home, a private organization that cares for both migrant and orphan children.
Everyone in the United States benefits from specific rights and protections under U.S. law. It doesn't matter if you're a citizen, a green card holder or an undocumented or illegal immigrant. You can benefit from the rights and protections afforded by the United States Constitution in the event of an immigration raid.