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October 2019 Archives

Immigration Services

Reality star deported to Italy

Changes in the law regarding immigration, deportation, and removal have been extensively covered in the national news. However, many Kentucky residents may still struggle to keep up with exactly what rights and options individuals have when they are faced with legal issues related to their citizenship and residency statuses. Few stories cover just what happens to individuals caught in the deportation process, but one recognizable reality star has gone through the deportation process firsthand.

The rights and responsibilities of a naturalized citizen

If you moved to the U.S. from another country some time ago, you may be feeling pretty comfortable in your Kentucky home. Perhaps you have a good paying job, a family and many friends you have made over the years. While you have the same trials and challenges most people face, if you enjoy your life here, you may want to stay.

Who may apply for an L1 visa?

While the term "visa" may apply to an approval a person needs before they are allowed to travel to a different country, it is important that readers of this Kentucky-based immigration law blog understand that there are many different types of visas available to noncitizens. Depending on why a person wishes to travel, how long they wish to stay, whether they have family with them or in the United States before them, and a host of other issues, the type of visa that they will need may differ greatly.

A discussion of the B-2 visitor visa

Travel between the United States and other countries is highly regulated. While in some cases a short-term traveler may be able to enter another nation with only a passport, visitor visas are required of non-United States citizens for their legal entry into the country. The B-2 visa is a commonly sought out visa for individuals who have personal reasons to enter the United States.

How does one qualify as a special immigrant religious worker?

The job that a person chooses to pursue in their life may require them to make personal sacrifices and take on significant burdens. For some, pursuing their passions may require them to leave their homes in order to travel to far and distant countries to do their work. When individuals wish to enter the United States to work in religious organizations or positions of faith, they may qualify for special immigrant religious worker visas.

Certain actions may lead to loss of green card eligibility

A green card is an important legal document for individuals who wish to obtain and retain their legal permanent statuses in the United States. An individual with a green card has the right to live in the United States and to enjoy other important rights as a result of their status. However, a green card holder in Kentucky could find their legal status threatened if they engage in certain activities or undertake certain actions.

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