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New immigrant caravan headed to United States

There is no doubt that it is a scary time to be an immigrant from Latin America today in the United States. Recent news reports of a crackdown on Honduran emigres who are currently in a caravan heading for Mexico's northern border offer no encouragement to those fleeing violence and oppression in their homelands.

Can I help my brother come to the United States?

It's not easy to live in the United States away from your much-loved siblings. Nevertheless, the strictness of U.S. immigration law means that it could be difficult for them to come for a visit depending on their home countries. It also could be difficult for them to move to the United States to live and work.

How can immigrant parent-child separation happen?

Anyone watching the news over the past few weeks will no doubt be horrified to hear about the numerous instances of immigrant children being separated from their mothers and fathers by the United States government. If you are a U.S. immigrant and a parent, this news must be particularly frightening and you probably want to know how the government can legally do this.

How many United States citizens are naturalized each year?

If you're in the process of applying for U.S. citizenship, or if you're thinking about trying to begin the process of becoming a citizen, you may be curious to know how many people become naturalized citizens in the United States each year. In fact, the number may be a lot higher than you think.

Is merit-based immigration a good idea?

The idea of merit-based immigration basically means that some people are "better" for the United States than others in terms of their skills, experience and financial resources. Proponents of merit-based immigration laud the benefits and reasoning behind this kind of immigration strategy that fast-tracks certain immigrants over others to receive entry, work permits, permanent residency and citizenship in the United States.

What documentation do I need to bring my spouse to America?

No one wants to be separated from their spouse, but immigration law can make bringing your spouse to the United States a stressful and uncertain process. In the following paragraphs, you will learn exactly what documentation is required to bring your spouse into the United States.

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