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Staying In The Country I Love

About a year ago, I realized that my work papers were almost up. I could tell that I needed some more time, so I began focusing more seriously on doing what I could to make things right. I began focusing on all of the different ways to stay in the country, and I just kept coming back to the idea that I should talk with an attorney. I spoke with several different lawyers, and after filing the paperwork, I felt ready to fight for my right to stay in the home that I loved. It was really interesting to me to see how much better I felt knowing that I had the option to stay. Check out this blog for more information.


Common Immigration Myths

7 June 2018
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While it is common for individuals to permanently immigrate to the United States from other countries, the process of obtaining citizenship is often surrounded by many different misconceptions and myths. These pieces of inaccurate information can lead to individuals making serious misjudgments when they are attempting to decide whether or not to start the immigration process. Myth: A Better Option Is To Apply For A Job With An Employer That Does Not Check Immigration Status Read More …

Marrying A Foreign Partner In The United States

24 March 2018
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Traveling internationally leads to meeting people from all around the world, and sometimes even finding that special someone. The biggest roadblock with falling in love with someone from a different country is that it can be difficult for them to visit or move to the United States of America (U.S.A.). If you are in a relationship with a foreigner and want to move forward with getting married, bringing him or her to the U. Read More …

Understanding Non-Citizen’s Rights In Family Court

14 March 2018
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The United States is a melting pot, and there are some marriages between one U.S. citizen and a citizen of another country. If these marriages end in divorce, some things can be complicated, especially if the couple share children who have dual citizenship. If you are a non-citizen of the United States, you may be worried about a number of issues that may arise after a divorce, especially child custody. Continue reading to learn more about non-citizen's rights in family court: Read More …