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Bureaucratic Immigration Process is Trump’s New Wall

One of Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to build a wall to keep immigration from Mexico to a minimum. However, that promise was met with several obstacles. Now, Trump has found a way to build a wall without any construction. He replaced a literal wall with a metaphorical one. With changes to the immigration process, […]

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Immigration Lottery Vs. Merit-Based Immigration

Immigration Lottery Vs. Merit-Based Immigration The immigration lottery is a hot topic after all of the talk about a new immigration reform. There are plenty of ways that the new administration hopes to control and regulate immigration, and immigration lottery is one of them. But, what is the immigration lottery and what does it mean? The immigration […]

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How Do Family Sponsorships Work?

If you want to immigrate to the US, then there are a few ways that you can do that. For some individuals, family sponsorships are the best way to do that. However, the process isn’t easy. There are many things that you should know about family sponsorships. Find out how the sponsorships work and whether […]

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Asian Naturalization Statistics

The US is a country made up of many individuals from other countries. While some of those individuals are only there temporarily, others stay on a more permanent basis. Sometimes, those individuals become naturalized citizens. Lately, more foreigners are going through the naturalization process. Specifically, Asians are rushing to naturalize. Find out why this is […]

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Foreign Doctors in the US on Work Visas: How America Benefits

Without immigrants, the US would not be the country that it is today. In fact, it probably wouldn’t be a country at all. The US was founded by immigrants. To this day, foreigners still play an important role in American society. They solve some of our problems, like doctor shortages. Find out how work visas […]

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What Happens to Unaccompanied Minor Immigrants When They Get to the US?

The Risks, Rights, and Procedures for Unaccompanied Minor Immigrants Immigration is an increasingly hot ticket political issue in recent years. Economic hardships and racial tensions have fueled an increasing concern with illegal immigration across the southern borders of the United States. South American – U.S immigration has been a fixation of public attention since the […]

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Syrian Immigration to the US Since 2011

Syrians have been forced out of their homes since the start of the Syrian Civil War in 2011. Families have been torn apart and countless lives lost. Millions of Syrians continue to flee the chaos. Many made their way to Europe, but some made it to the US. Syrian immigration to the US has changed […]

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A History of the Violence Against Women Act for Immigrants

Congress passed the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in 1994. In passing the bill, Congress acknowledged the issue of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault in the country. Although the bill changed over time, the purpose remained the same- to protect women from abuse. Over time, that purpose grew to include immigrants. Find out how […]

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When to Call a Deportation Lawyer

A deportation lawyer has become a hot commodity these days. With this administration’s travel bans, the topic of immigration has become a hot one. There are plenty of citizens who were once immigrants, who are questioning how the ban will affect them. And many of these people are ones who have citizenship for quite a […]

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The Attorney General Wants to Close Asylum Law Loophole

In the US, immigration and asylum laws seem to be changing on a daily basis. One of the latest attempts at change involves immigrants who are looking for asylum. While immigrants used to be able to stay in the US if their lives were at risk back home, the attorney general hopes to change that. […]

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