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November 2019 Archives

Immigration Services

Is it possible to extend a nonimmigrant visa?

There are many reasons that a person may apply for and receive a visa to travel into the United States. While many of those reasons are related to employment and education, others concern entry so that individuals may be with members of their families or to escape dangers in their home countries.

Overstaying your visa can lead to serious trouble

Your reasons for coming to the U.S. may be the same as many who enter the country through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Perhaps you are here to study, work or travel, and you obtained a visa for that purpose. It is possible it was not your original intention to immigrate here but only to take advantage of the opportunity presented to you.

DACA arguments to occur in the U.S. Supreme Court

There are many ways that having legal status in the United States can make life easier for a Kentucky resident. It makes the process of getting a license or job more streamlined, and it may make getting loans and other financial matters squared away less cumbersome. Most people know whether they have legal status, but for one population learning that they are not legal residents of the country may be surprising.

Proposed bill may give agricultural workers a path to citizenship

Millions of immigrants, both authorized and otherwise, work in the United States each and every day, providing essential help and services to communities all throughout the nation. One industry that relies heavily on immigrant workers is agriculture. Hundreds of thousands of individuals from other nations find work in fields, factories, and other agricultural sites to support themselves and their loved ones.

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