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March 2018 Archives

Immigration Services

Class action lawsuit filed on behalf of immigrants seeking asylum

Many immigrants in Kentucky and nationwide are seeking asylum from countries where it is no longer safe for them to live. America is the land of the free, where even immigrants have rights. However, what if these immigrants find that their rights are being violated?

Does the US government think your marriage is a fraud?

If you're one of many Kentucky residents who came to the United States from another country of origin in order to marry a U.S. citizen, you likely understand the various types of challenge and stress that accompany such situations. It can also be quite stressful if you're worried about legal issues that pertain to your status or green card. It's no secret that having immigration officials show up at your door or call your residence into question may do more than cause personal stress; it could lead to deportation.

'Green card' lottery provides path towards residency to few

There are many different ways an immigrant in Kentucky or elsewhere could obtain a "green card." The green-card lottery -- officially known as the diversity visa lottery -- gives individuals from certain nations the chance to obtain a green card. The lottery started in 1995, and its purpose is to make sure that the United States has diversity in its immigrants. Therefore, it applies to people who come from nations that are underrepresented in the U.S.

USCIS changes its mission statement

Immigrants have many reasons for coming to America. They may be in search of better jobs, better opportunities for their children or a place of refugee from their war-torn or oppressive homeland. Therefore, when the federal government makes any changes to its policies regarding immigration, these should be carefully noted by those in Kentucky and nationwide.

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