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May 2019 Archives

Citizenship petitions from service members

Many people are shocked to know that the United States military isn't comprised only of U.S. citizens. There are some people who immigrated here who joined the military in the hopes of becoming citizens. Immigrants who are in the military have to meet specific criteria to be able to file for naturalization.

Immigration detention can be a frightening event for some people

Almost daily, you can read the news and hear about someone who is being detained because of alleged issues with their immigration status. This is a difficult event for these individuals because it pulls them away from their family members and can leave them in harsh conditions. We understand that you don't want to think about your loved one being locked away due to a problem with documentation. We are here to help detained immigrants learn about their options and set a plan in place to address the issues.

Unfounded claim: Violent crime rises near undocumented immigrants

One of the common claims that you see in the mass media regarding immigration is that there is an uptick in criminal activities where there are undocumented immigrants. Despite that claim coming from some high-profile individuals, studies have shown that there isn't a correlation between undocumented individuals and violent crime.

Becoming a citizen is long process, but worth the effort

Citizenship is the goal of many people who come into the United States from other countries. It is imperative that they learn about the critical points of the program so they can comply with them. There are several things that you should know if you are going to pursue this amazing opportunity. We are here to help you throughout the process.

Families seeking asylum might have new challenges

Immigration policies in the United States are changing significantly at a rapid rate. President Donald Trump recently said that he is going to change these even more, and the new changes will impact families who plan to venture to the U.S. to seek asylum.

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