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January 2015 Archives

Family-based immigration visas in the United States

When you or a family member wants to come the United States, it might be possible to get a family-based immigration visa. There are several considerations that you must think about when you are thinking about pursuing one of these visas to come into the U.S. Our readers in Texas might be interested in learning about some of the points of family-based immigration visas.

The path to citizenship is easier with help

All of our Texas blog readers know that we believe in the American dream. We know that for immigrants, living the American dream often involves becoming a naturalized citizen. With the state of the world today and all the security issues, the restrictions placed on immigration issues have increased. This means that anyone who wants to become a citizen of the country likely has to go through several challenging situations before he or she will be awarded citizenship.

Criminal defense: Know your rights before entering a plea

Keeping America safe is one of the duties of the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement. With that in mind, the agency seeks to remove people who are in the country illegally and who are considered a threat to the citizens. It is important for those who are in the country on a visa, under any immigration programs or illegally to fully understand how that can negatively affect them if they get into any sort of legal trouble.

Secure Communities targets some immigration demographics

We have discussed a variety of issues that immigrants into the country have to deal with. One of the developments that our Texas readers might have some questions about is the Secure Communities program. This program is one that is used to help the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement maximize its efforts to keep track of people who have criminal arrests in their history.

What is a conditional permanent resident green card?

In our blog post last week, we discussed green card renewal. One thing our Texas readers should keep in mind is that the procedures for renewing a green card aren't the same for people who have a conditional permanent resident status. The conditional cards can't be renewed. Instead, the conditions placed on the permanent resident status have to be removed. If the conditions aren't removed, the person loses their permanent resident status.

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