2018 Immigration Law in America Immigration in America is a hot political topic right now and it can be difficult to distinguish between what’s hearsay and what’s law. Since President Trump has been elected into office he has been very vocal about wanting to change immigration law, and not for the … Read more about A 2018 Look at Immigrants in America
Immigrants make up more than 43.3 million, or 13.5 percent, of the total Unites States population. While the U.S. population of immigrants is diverse, just a few countries make up the bulk share of this total. There are many reasons that immigrants come to America, whether seeking relative freedoms, … Read more about Top 10 Countries of Origin of Modern U.S. Immigrants
Deportation, also referred to as ‘removal’, occurs when an alien is removed from the United States by the federal government. The Obama administration deported more than 414 thousand unauthorized immigrants in the 2014 fiscal year alone. The causes for removals such as these are often associated … Read more about Top Reasons for Deportation by the U.S. Government
E2 Investor VISA is a legal document which allows an individual to enter and work inside of the United States of America based on an investment in which they will be controlling while working inside the US for up to two years. This visa is available to several types of individuals who meet the … Read more about Who Qualifies for an E2 Investor VISA?
While the qualifications for an employment-based immigrant visa are generally more stringent than those required for a temporary, non-immigrant visa, there are categories encompassing a wide range of employment types. Employment-based visas are broken out into five preference levels, determined … Read more about Employment-Based Immigration 101
A person who is not a U.S. citizen at birth and who is not eligible for citizenship through parentage may attain American citizenship by first becoming a permanent legal resident of the United States and then pursuing the naturalization process. Because some of the requirements for citizenship … Read more about The Path to American Citizenship
Although there are many subcategories, U.S. visas fall into two basic categories: immigrant and nonimmigrant visas. Determining which type of visa is appropriate to your situation and successfully navigating the process can be complicated, and consulting an experienced immigration lawyer should be … Read more about What is an Immigrant Visa?
While much of the public's attention is centered around the upcoming presidential election, the House and Senate too will play a major role next year in shaping policy on many controversial issues, including immigration. Republicans currently control both houses of Congress, and there's a real … Read more about How a Republican Controlled House Will Affect Immigration
"Illegal immigration and broken visa programs take jobs directly from Hispanic workers living here lawfully today. Illegal immigration also brings with it massive crime and massive drugs." Donald Trumps Presidential Immigration Platform That's what Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said … Read more about Donald Trump’s Presidential Immigration Platform
Immigration is one of the most talked about -- and most contentious -- issues this election season. While Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's often controversial comments on immigration policy have drawn the attention of the media and the general public alike, Democratic challenger … Read more about Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Immigration Platform
The EB-5 visa program promises legal, permanent residency to foreigners who make a capital investment — generally at least a million dollars — in a commercial enterprise that will yield at least ten domestic, full-time jobs. Yet while the minimum qualifying investment is usually $1 million, there … Read more about What is a Targeted Employment Area?
Across the United States of America, upwardly-mobile parents everywhere yearn for their children to be granted the Gifted and Talented label at school. Gifted and Talented implies that a young person learns and retains information with greater ease and ability than average students of similar age. … Read more about Does an EB-1 Visa Require a Labor Certification?