The heralding in of the digital age has made life easier for many in Kentucky. It seems like these days people can shop, make financial transactions, pay bills and do just about anything online -- including applying for immigration benefits.
Many people who come to Kentucky from abroad will ultimately seek U.S. citizenship. Doing so may be one of the most important decisions they will ever make. Because so much is at stake, those seeking U.S. permanent residency or U.S. citizenship will want to make sure they do not miss any steps in the application process.
Marijuana use is starting to become more acceptable to many in our country, to the point that some states have even legalized the possession of small amounts of recreational or medical marijuana. However, the possession and sale of marijuana is not legal in Kentucky or under federal law. In fact, simply working in the marijuana industry in any state could bar an immigrant from obtaining U.S. citizenship.
Living a life of faith is admirable. If you have felt drawn to devote your life to your religion, you may be fortunate to have found work within the denomination with which you identify, perhaps as a minister or lay worker. This type of work can be demanding but satisfying. While you may not earn much money, you may find your rewards in other ways.