You have your immigration papers, but you often leave them at home in your safe. Should you carry them with you everywhere that you go?
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?
Those with dual citizenship bear the responsibility of being responsive to two different countries in terms of fulfilling their respective residency requirements and also with respect to paying taxes. Aside from being able to live in more than one country, another benefit of dual citizenship is that you can participate in government programs they both offer.
The President of the United States put out a new travel order on Sunday, Sept. 24th, 2017, and it will make it nearly impossible for people from seven different countries to enter the United States.
It may have been expected given the Trump campaign rhetoric against undocumented United States residents. Still, the decision by the president to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program caused high levels of anxiety and consternation by those who are informally referred to as "Dreamers."
One way to legally enter the United States is to see if you qualify for the P-1 classification. It's used for those who excel at athletics, so, while most people will not qualify, it's incredibly valuable for those who do.
Several civil rights groups and law firms have filed suit against the U.S. Department of State and its consulates. They claim that the agency is unlawfully denying or delaying the processing of visas for winners of the U.S. Diversity Visa Program who live in the six countries targeted by President Trump's travel ban.