Some people in Kentucky were brought to the country as young children by their undocumented parents. Known as "dreamers," they do not remember any home other than the United States, and many did not find out until adulthood that they were, in fact, undocumented. This situation was rectified by the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program. However, the Trump administration is phasing out DACA, which could affect many.
Immigrants wishing to become permanent residents of the United States must first obtain a Green Card. While there are several ways an immigrant in Louisville can pursue a Green Card, sometimes a person seeks a Green Card as an immigrant worker. However, there are certain categories that one might fall under when seeking an employer-based Green Card.
Immigrants come to the United States in hopes of finding a better future. So, when they finally get their Green Card, it is a day of celebration. However, immigrants in Louisville and nationwide should know that with a Green Card comes certain rights and responsibilities.
Some people in Louisville may think that if employers did not hire workers from other countries, it would mean more jobs for Americans. However, according to one report, this may not be the case.
Immigration continues to be a hot topic in the United States as the executive branch and legislative branch grapple with different ideas for reform. The latest proposal, announced by the president, would feature a point system for evaluating potential visa holders and aim to reduce the amount of legal immigration into the country.
Immigrants seeking permanent residency in Kentucky or in any other state know that green is gold. That is, the green card is gold. That visa allows a person from another country to live and work in the United States.
Labels; we all use them. Applied to file folders, there purpose is clear. If they're applied to people, it can lead to misconceptions, misunderstandings and headaches, physical and legal.
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.
No one would deny that there are problems with the immigration processes in the United States. Kentucky, like all states, is dealing with all manner of competing concerns in this area.
For many immigrants in Kentucky, getting a green card represents the peak and pinnacle of their desires. Having that card means you are welcome in the United States, granted permanent residency. Perhaps the next step after that will be full naturalization so that you can enjoy the full rights of U.S. citizenship. The green card opens up an array of possibilities.