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Things you should know before your immigration interview

It's a bit scary to think a single meeting with immigration officials may determine your ability to remain in the United States or face deportation to your country of origin. Georgia, like most other states, welcomes many immigrants as they come to build new lives for themselves and their loved ones. It's natural that you want to make a good impression and also that you want to avoid saying or doing anything that can jeopardize your visa.  

The benefits and limits of temporary protected status

Like many in Georgia and across the country, you may be hearing news reports about changes in the temporary protected status of foreign nationals in the United States. If you have TPS status, you may be especially concerned and wonder what the changes means for you and your loved ones.

What does the administration expect for immigration law reform?

You may be one of the many people here in Georgia and across the country waiting for the Trump administration and Congress to figure out what will happen with immigration reform. Recently, the administration released details regarding what it considers talking points for negotiations.

The penalties and alternatives for overstaying your visa

Whichever of the countless possible reasons that brought you to Georgia, you likely spent a great deal of time and handled more than your share of frustration to obtain your visa. You may have arrived in the United States to work, study or visit family, and you understood that your time as a foreign national was limited to the deadline on your visa.

After the wedding bells: Problems some immigrants encounter

When you married a U.S. citizen and came to Georgia to begin your life together, you assumed there would be an adjustment period. After all, you'd never been married before, and you also happen to be an immigrant, both issues that often present challenges. Depending how long you have been living in the United States and the current condition of your legal status, you may be worried that you could be at risk for removal. At some point, immigration officials may question your marriage itself.

What you need to know about the domestic violence green card

When you married a U.S. citizen, you had great hopes for a new life here. Sadly, many marriages deteriorate over time, and some spouses even become the victims of domestic violence. Unfortunately, many immigrants just like you are in the same situation, and they find it hard to reach out for help.

Get the green light for your green card

No matter what reasons you have for wanting to work and live in Georgia, you will likely face many challenges as you navigate the immigration process. The more you can learn about green card visas ahead of time, the less problems you may have along the way. The federal government oversees immigration throughout the nation. Your desire to obtain a green card may never materialize if you do not closely adhere to all regulations associated with the process.

Many immigrants border close to despair due to these challenges

When you arrived in Georgia, you assumed everyday life would include various types of challenges as you learned to adapt to life in the United States. Some days were better than others, and some days likely made you wonder if you did the right thing in coming here. Overall, you were fairly confident that if you could persevere, you would overcome any obstacles that may arise and set roots for a new, happy life in America. In the back of your mind, however, you feared deportation.

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