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What Are the Pathways to Citizenship in the US?

Living in the United States as an undocumented immigrant means constantly fearing deportation and detention. Texas alone holds the highest number of detained immigrants due to it being a border state with Mexico. The best way to avoid getting into trouble with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is to

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How Will President Joe Biden Reform Immigration?

If you are one of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living and working in the United States, you are probably letting out a sigh of relief with President Joe Biden’s new executive measures and policy proposals.  Of course, calls to reform immigration policy in the U.S. is nothing new. Both Obama and

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Immigration Bail Bond

Here’s How Immigration Bail Bonds Work in California

If you or a loved one are undocumented and have been detained in California, it helps to know more about a California immigration bail bond works. The United States is home to tens of millions of immigrants. At any given time, there are millions of individuals living in the US

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overstayed visa

5 Potential Consequences of a USA Visa Overstay

There were over 8 million visas issued by the State Department in 2019. While getting lawful entry into the United States is important, it’s important to know the rules for when your visa eventually expires. It’s easy to get lost in the regulations and paperwork, but overstaying your visa has

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naturalization process

US Naturalization Process: What You Need to Know

A few days ago, President Trump increased the number of tests in the naturalization civics test from 100 to 128. This civics test is taken by US citizenship applicants, and it serves to assess their knowledge of the government and the history of the United States. Instead of six correct

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types of visas

US Immigration: The Types of Visas to Know

Over one million people received a United States green card in 2018. This is to say nothing of the 12 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. We are a nation of immigrants, and that’s going to be the case for quite some time. People come here for several

Read More »
pathways to citizenship

What Are the Pathways to Citizenship in the US?

Living in the United States as an undocumented immigrant means constantly fearing deportation and detention. Texas alone holds the highest number of detained immigrants due to it being a border state with Mexico. The best way to avoid getting into trouble with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is to

Read More »
Reform Immigration

How Will President Joe Biden Reform Immigration?

If you are one of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living and working in the United States, you are probably letting out a sigh of relief with President Joe Biden’s new executive measures and policy proposals.  Of course, calls to reform immigration policy in the U.S. is nothing new. Both Obama and

Read More »
Immigration Bail Bond

Here’s How Immigration Bail Bonds Work in California

If you or a loved one are undocumented and have been detained in California, it helps to know more about a California immigration bail bond works. The United States is home to tens of millions of immigrants. At any given time, there are millions of individuals living in the US

Read More »
overstayed visa

5 Potential Consequences of a USA Visa Overstay

There were over 8 million visas issued by the State Department in 2019. While getting lawful entry into the United States is important, it’s important to know the rules for when your visa eventually expires. It’s easy to get lost in the regulations and paperwork, but overstaying your visa has

Read More »
naturalization process

US Naturalization Process: What You Need to Know

A few days ago, President Trump increased the number of tests in the naturalization civics test from 100 to 128. This civics test is taken by US citizenship applicants, and it serves to assess their knowledge of the government and the history of the United States. Instead of six correct

Read More »
types of visas

US Immigration: The Types of Visas to Know

Over one million people received a United States green card in 2018. This is to say nothing of the 12 million undocumented immigrants living in the United States. We are a nation of immigrants, and that’s going to be the case for quite some time. People come here for several

Read More »

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