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January 2019 Archives

Immigration Services

New year brings change to laws affecting U.S. permanent residency

Immigration law and policy is constantly in flux. 2019 saw numerous changes to the landscape of immigration regulations and guidelines in the United States that could affect immigrants in Kentucky and across the nation. Some of these changes affect those seeking U.S. Permanent Residency.

What rights and responsibilities do US permanent residents have?

When an immigrant in Kentucky or elsewhere decides they wish to stay in the country permanently, they will need to apply to become a permanent resident. U.S. Permanent residency is a privilege, and as such, bestows upon a person both rights and responsibilities. It is one step on the road to one day becoming a U.S. citizen.

Government shutdown may affect removal hearings

The most recent federal government shutdown that began just before Christmas 2018 has had a major effect on many individuals in the nation, including some in Kentucky. The fact that many federal employees aren't being paid has been given a lot of attention in the news. However, another sector of people -- migrants awaiting a hearing on their immigration status -- are also being impacted by the government shutdown.

Preparing for your deportation trial

No matter the circumstances that placed you at risk for removal, you are likely afraid and confused. Deportation may mean leaving behind loved ones, perhaps even your own children, and returning to a country you may not have seen for many years. In recent months, those who once felt safe from removal now live in fear, and those who lived in fear may now be in trouble.

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