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September 2018 Archives

Immigration Services

Deported asylum seekers given second chance to make their case

We are fortunate to live in a country that is relatively safe. Not everyone in the world can claim this is so. Some people live in countries where they face persecution that puts their very lives in jeopardy. When this happens, these individuals may seek asylum in the United States. This issue has recently made the news in Kentucky and across the nation as some deported asylum seekers are being given a second chance to make their case.

House passes deportation bill defining 'violent crimes'

If an immigrant in Kentucky or elsewhere in the United States commits what constitutes a "crime of violence" under federal immigration law, that immigrant may be deported. The definition of what exactly falls under "crimes of violence" for the purposes of federal immigration law has been called into question lately, and the government is taking action to clarify what that phrase means.

Beware of who you trust when seeking immigration help

With all of the uncertainty surrounding the fate of immigrants here in the United States at present, many people throughout the country, including many here in Kentucky, are struggling to solidify their right to remain in the country. Obtaining a green card, receiving asylum or refugee status, and becoming a naturalized citizen have all gained even more importance.

The right approach to seeking lawful permanent residency

The issue of Green Cards has been getting a lot of attention in our nation these days. People in Kentucky and throughout the United States may want to get more information about what a Green Card is and what it does. This way, they can better understand this important topic.

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