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Can you avoid being deported because of extreme hardship?

For an immigrant whose roots are planted here in the United States, the prospect of deportation can be one of the scariest ideas imaginable. You have gainful employment here, you have children in school here and you feel American in everything but name. However, U.S. immigration laws prohibit living illegally here for over one year. After that year, you can be banned from coming back to the country for 10 years.

What kinds of rights come with permanent residency?

Every year, thousands upon thousands of immigrants come to the country looking for an opportunity to make a better life for themselves and their families. Many are fleeing oppressive regimes. Others find the economic situations in their own countries untenable. Whatever the reason, the United States is a place where opportunity abounds and immigrants can find work and housing to make a good life for themselves. Of course, without U.S. Permanent Residency, it can be much harder to get regular employment, get car loans and find adequate housing.

Immigration: getting legal residency can be tricky

Gaining legal residency in the United States has been the dream of many immigrants over the history of this nation. However, actually obtaining it from the Immigration and Naturalization Service has become more difficult as time has passed, even for families who have been in Georgia for years.

Getting permanent residency through an investment

The United States is known as a land of opportunity, and it's given that opportunity to millions of foreign immigrants. Many have come here with nothing and built a life based on the principles of hard work and honesty. Because of the incredible freedom enjoyed by U.S. citizens and permanent residents, hundreds of thousands try to apply for these statuses every year. In the early days, the United States welcomed everyone to its shores, but the borders today are not as open as they once were.

What does it take to apply for U.S. Citizenship?

Millions of immigrants have come to this country looking for a new opportunity or a fresh start and millions have achieved that goal by working hard and living by the ideals upon which this country was founded. Many immigrants have established lives here, putting children in school, buying houses and embarking on careers in the land of opportunity. In fact, many have put down so many roots that they consider the United States their own country, but they still haven't gotten American citizenship.

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