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September 2019 Archives

Tips for handling an immigration petition

Bringing your family members to the United States is an exciting endeavor, but you have to be prepared to handle some challenges along the way. It isn't as easy as just saying that they are coming and booking a flight for them. Instead, you have to apply for the proper paperwork and go through a long process to make this happen.

Important points about a citizenship petition

Becoming a naturalized citizen isn't an easy process. You have to meet the requirements and go through an arduous process. Going through the process successfully means that you will be able to enjoy some of the rights and perks of citizenship. These can add a lot of meaning to your life.

Work eligibility in the United States for noncitizens

People who work in the United States must have proper documentation to do this. Citizens have birth certificates and Social Security cards. Immigrants also need to have appropriate documents. This includes an Employment Authorization Document and a work visa.

What purpose do tent courts have in immigration cases?

Immigration hearings are now taking place in tent courts, which is troubling to many people. The number of cases under the "Remain in Mexico" program have the courts overwhelmed. In response to this, many asylum cases happen with the applicant in a tent court while the judge remains in a traditional court.

Strict requirements for military to citizenship path

It seems as though immigration and citizenship issues are in the news a lot recently. One thing that has come up is how fewer military members are obtaining naturalization than what happened previously. This isn't a new issue, but it is one that should be considered now by people who are thinking of trying to join the military in an effort to become a citizen.

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