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May 2017 Archives

Law-abiding undocumented immigrants still face deportation risks

The immigration system in the United States is ripe for reform. Is there anyone in Kentucky or any other state who would disagree with that view? Probably not. The problem, as has been so clearly in evidence for decades, is that no one seems to agree on what shape reform should take. Meantime, as leaders in Washington engage in a policy tug of war, people get snared in the rope.

U-visa: Protection for many undocumented immigrants

Kentucky and most other states in the nation are now home to many immigrants. Millions of people come to the United States from other countries in search of better lives. For some, business opportunities and investments draw their attention. Others, however, are actually running in fear, fleeing war-torn nations, abject poverty and imminent violence.

Is EIR a sustainable model for work visa workaround?

The concept of a Global Entrepreneur-in-Residence is one many in Kentucky probably don't know about. The first time many in the state may have heard of such a thing was last fall when Gatton College at the University of Kentucky announced the appointment of a native son to just such a role.

Can I bring my same-sex spouse or intended to the U.S.?

Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land in the United States. Not everyone in every state warmly embraces the notion, but it remains the law, including in Kentucky. As we have noted in at least one other post, love cannot be legislated.

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