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January 2020 Archives

Immigration Services

New rules clarify moral character for naturalization

Coming to the United States from another country can be exciting and quite intimidating. If you already speak English, you have an advantage, but you may still struggle with some of the slang and customs. Nevertheless, once you are acclimated, you may find many opportunities open to you through education, employment, travel and other offerings. Depending on the restrictions on your visa, you may want to take advantage of all of them.

Immigrants have rights under U.S. Constitution

Many foreign-born people who reside in Kentucky do not understand that they have guaranteed rights under the United States Constitution that provide a guard against abusive and arbitrary treatment by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service ("ICE") and other law enforcement agencies. A detailed knowledge of these rights is not required to prevent ICE agents from making an unlawful inquiry or arrest. The following general guidelines offer protection from all but the most egregious abuses.

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