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Working in the United States: The possibility is real

You've always wanted to work in the United States, but you aren't sure how to do so. You don't have family there, and you're not sure you can become a resident. You think the process is complicated, and you're right. There are many aspects to getting your work permit, but with the right documentation and support, it's possible for almost anyone to come to the United States to work legally.

When you said I do, did immigration officials think you didn't?

When you came to Georgia from your country of origin to prepare for your wedding, emotions varying from excitement to trepidation may have consumed you. After all, when you accepted a marriage proposal from a U.S. citizen, you knew you'd be learning to adjust to a whole new culture, laws and day-to-day lifestyle. Hopefully, you did your research ahead of time and knew that, to fulfill the requirements of your visa, you had to marry within 90 days of your arrival in the United States.

Does your child qualify for American citizenship?

There are two common ways a child can qualify for automatic United States citizenship. The first is that any child born within the country gains United States citizenship the moment they are born. The second is that any child born abroad to an American citizen also automatically qualifies to receive United States citizenship at the time of their birth.

La visa u puede ayudar a las víctimas de crimenes a buscar asilo

Usted puede haber venido a los Estados Unidos con la esperanza de comenzar una nueva vida y alcanzar sus sueños. Sin embargo, en algún punto del camino, puede que se haya encontrado en una situación difícil que le causó daño. Debido a que usted es un inmigrante indocumentado, puede haber sentido que no tenía opciones para buscar ayuda.

Decatur issues policy limiting compliance with ICE detainers

Decatur recently took a huge step forward in protecting the rights and privileges of immigrants who may face deportation under the new immigration guidelines laid out by the Trump administration. The city manager signed off on a policy directed at Decatur law enforcement, instructing officers that they may not detain or arrest, or even transport any person if they would only do so because of a detaining order from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

U visa may help crime victims seek asylum

You may have come to the United States in hopes of starting a new life and achieving your dreams. Somewhere along the way, however, you may have found yourself in a difficult situation that resulted in you suffering harm. Because you are an undocumented immigrant, you may have felt that you had no options for seeking help.

You can fight against deportation due to criminal activity

Legal immigrants may feel that they are entitled to be in the country, but the truth is that there are some crimes that could result in deportation even if you're here with all the right documents. You don't need to be undocumented to be deported for a crime.

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