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How to Apply for Asylum in the U.S.
How to Apply for Asylum in the U.S.

For many people outside of the United States, living in a constant state of fear has become the norm due to various things outside of their control. Whether you ascribe to a particular political party and fear retaliation, or are perhaps facing a life-or-death situation due ...

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  • How to Apply for Asylum in the U.S.

    For many people outside of the United States, living in a constant state of fear has become the norm due to various things outside of their control. Whether you ascribe to a particular political party ...

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  • Is Changing Birthright Citizenship the Answer?

    While immigration is in the news on almost a daily basis and is becoming a firestorm issue for the upcoming 2016 Presidential election, a recent amendment by Senator David Vitter of Louisiana was an ...

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  • Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA)

    President Obama's Executive Action announcement in November 2014 included a major benefit provided to parents of American citizen and lawful permanent residents. While the details of the policy have ...

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  • What Does the Time Length of My Visa Mean?

    If you decide to come to the United States from a foreign country, you must apply for a visa to be granted entry into the states. Those that are seeking permanent residency must follow a strict set of ...

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  • What Should I Do to Keep My Green Card?

    Social Description: When an individual gets a green card, it does not mean they are protected from deportation or losing that permanent residency status. You will need to make sure you follow certain ...

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  • Living in the United States Does Not Equal Citizenship

    There is a common misconception that an undocumented immigrant in the United States can get a green card if they show they have been here for 10 years or more. While this is not necessarily false, it ...

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