Category Archives: Green Card

How to Defend Yourself From Immigration Raids

Recently the raids of undocumented criminals have started in cities across America. Many undocumented immigrants, without a criminal record, are wondering what they should do if an ICE agent comes to your door. What immigrant advocates want you to do if ICE agents come to your door The sudden and unexpected deportation of the undocumented […]

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Travelers Race to US Before Trump Reinstates Travel Ban

Federal Judge vs President Trump Last week thousands gathered at JFK Airport to protest the detention of several travelers who had valid visas when embarking upon their flights, but who ran afoul of President Trump’s executive order restricting travel from several Middle Eastern, Muslim-majority countries. This week travelers from those seven predominantly Muslim countries are […]

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US Tech Companies Join Forces Against Immigration Travel Ban

It is a widely-held belief within tech companies that immigration to the U.S. has been and continues to be a driving force for the American economy. Tech CEOs Take a Stand Against Donald Trump’s Immigration Order Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley have teamed up together over the weekend to support the high-profile […]

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Full Executive Order Text: Limiting Refugees and Immigrants Into the U.S.

President Trump signed an executive order on Friday titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” Following is the language of that order, as supplied by the White House. By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration […]

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Canada Accepts What the U.S. is Turning Away

i Canada to offer temporary residency to travelers stranded by U.S Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been the front runner for promoting a safe environment for refugees fleeing their dangerous homeland. He has been watching the United States this week and the changes that the President has enforced. Canada has offered to house travelers stranded […]

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Immigrating to Miami? There’s a Neighborhood Just For You

Picking the Best Neighborhood Based on Your Lifestyle If you’re looking to immigrate to Miami, Florida on a work visa, you’re not alone. The Miami-Dade County in Florida has experienced a 20 percent growth within the last ten years much because of its recent immigration. Because of the immigration growth the county now has the […]

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Obama Ends ‘Wet Foot, Dry Foot’ Policy for Cubans

Favored Immigration Policy for Cubans Ends Today On Thursday, January 12, president Barack Obama had announced that he will be ending the longstanding “wet foot, dry foot” policy that allows Cubans who arrive on American soil without a visa to become permanent residents. Obama wrote “By taking this step, we are treating Cuban migrants the […]

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Beware! These 3 Things Get People Denied Entry to the US Every Day

Hundreds of thousands of people enter the US through any one of the dozens of ports that dot the country’s lengthy borders. Not everyone who tries to enter is actually allowed in, though. In fact, hundreds of people are turned away at the US border every day. Why? Read on to learn the top three […]

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Your Simple Guide to US Green Card Applications

In the 19th century, the US was known as The Land of Opportunity. Immigrants believed the streets were actually paved with gold after hearing tales of how friends and relatives prospered in the new country. The US still attracts people who want access to greater economic opportunities. An important aspect of today’s immigration process is permanent […]

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This Mistake Costs People Permanent Residence in the United States

  It doesn’t seem fair – you’ve put in time, effort, and probably no small amount of money into applying for and maintaining your legal immigration status in the US. But US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is now saying that you’re not eligible for permanent residency any longer. This isn’t uncommon. Many people make the […]

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