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Deportation fears intensified for parents of special needs kids

Living as an immigrant in the United States is not without its challenges, to be sure. Whether you're a documented or undocumented resident, if you and your family have been here more than a handful of years, you've likely encountered a situation or two that caused you anxiety or concern.

The difference between unlawful presence and improper entry

In the United States, in the eyes of immigration officials, while illegal immigration is unlawful, an immigrant's unlawful presence is not. There is a clear delineation between the two categories and depending on which one you fall into, potential benefits and consequences associated with each.

Law enforcement pushing back against sanctuary cities

As 2017 marches on, law enforcement throughout the United States continues to crack down on enforcing immigration law to its limit (and sometimes beyond). While the country as a whole is very divided on the issue, the White House continues to direct Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to commit greater and greater resources to identifying immigrants who violate a wide variety of laws and prosecuting them with severe consequences.

Can you get a green card as a U nonimmigrant?

The victims of criminal acts already have life hard enough without having to worry about leaving the country. For nonimmigrants who have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse while in the United States, there is a green card that could help them stay in the United States while they get the care and support they need.

Is your temporary visa in order?

If you arrived to begin a new life in Georgia from another country outside the United States, hopefully, you successfully navigated the customs and immigration system throughout the process. You're likely familiar with all sorts of requirements and eligibility rules that govern such matters, meaning, you can't simply show up in America one day and take up residence.

Law enforcement detaining immigrant parents, leaving children

Many immigrants throughout Georgia now live in constant fear that the lives they've built in America may be stripped from them at any moment. Numerous reports from various news outlets suggest that law enforcement here in Georgia look for any kind of legal discrepancy or infraction whenever they interact with immigrants, and initiate deportation if they find anything.

A DUI can threaten your life in America

You've always been very careful about how you act in the United States, because you know certain actions could lead to deportation. Now, you're worried about your future, because you've been accused of drunk driving. You know you face heavy penalties, but do those penalties include deportation?

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