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Controversial Issues in America - By a Student in Compton, CA

The world is very unequal. For many people around the world migrating away from home may be the best or the only option to improve their life. Migrating can have a big effect in several ways for example, improving the income, education, enhancing…
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The Significance of Having an Immigration Lawyer

Immigration and the laws regulating immigration are unique and complicated and the role of an immigration attorney varies when compared with other types of attorneys. The role of an immigration lawyer revolves mainly around assisting those who…
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A New Immigration Target: Children of Illegal Immigrants

The American Dream, the national ethos of the United States, a set of ideals in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success.  This so called search for a better life, has turned into a separation of families. Thousands…
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The Importance of Having an Immigration Lawyer

My family arrived in the United States in 2001 with no job prospects, no personal connections, and no knowledge of the English language. Watching my family trade our comfortable lives in Colombia for a motel room in the outskirts of Houston,…
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Qualifying for a U Visa - By a Student in New York

Undocumented women face unique challenge in domestic violence situations ­­ fears of deportation, loss of child custody, inability to work lawfully and to earn minimum wage, and the inability to access federal protections and health care.…
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Issues Meeting The Migration Necessities

Migration strategy stays at the focal point of political and social level-headed discussion. In this way, it is fitting that the field of migration law is general as dynamic, associating with other practice zones from family law to criminal…
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How to Reform Immigration - Phenix City, Alabama

Migration strategy stays at the focal point of political and social level-headed discussion. In this way, it is fitting that the field of migration law is general as dynamic, associating with other practice zones from family law to criminal…
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How to Get a Visa - By a Student in Penndel, PA

As a child growing up in Ghana, I had plans of travelling the world, particularly the United States because of the many Disney shows like Hannah Montana. However, I learned when I was nine that to travel outside West Africa, I had to have a…
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The Journey to Fulfill The American Dream

An estimate of two million of individuals cross the border from Mexico to the United States in search for a better life style. This statement is overused by the media followed by criticism from Americans stating that there should be a punishment…
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Necessity or Abomination - By a Student in Gainesville, FL

Many immigrants leave their countries in search for the American Dream. A dream where opportunities flourish regardless of culture and background. In the declaration of independence, it states that all men are created equal. This allows immigrants…
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Obtaining Different Kinds of Work Visas - By a Student in Southern California

Obtaining a work visa in a country you were not born in can be difficult, but with time, effort, and dedication, it is extremely achievable. A work visa is for a person seeking to work for a short time, normally for about thirty days, until…
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Views on Illegal Immigration - By a Student in New Britain, Connecticut

Illegal immigration has been a widely discussed topic in politics in the US. Some argue that immigrants are necessary as they take the jobs Americans do not wish to take, and that they therefore should be given permission to stay in the country.…
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Ideas For Immigration Reformation - Winter Haven, Florida

A nation that doesn't uphold its own laws is a nation doomed to fail, yet we have tens of thousands of people breaking the law through illegal immigration every year, and there are those that are considering excusing these people in massive…
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Information on Applying for Asylum - Written By a Student in Castro Valley, California

If you or anyone you know is attempting to immigrate to the United States because they have suffered persecution or fear suffering persecution due to race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group…
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Are You Eligible to Apply for Asylum? - By a Student in Jacksonville, Florida

In order to be eligible to apply for asylum in the United States, individuals must be able to establish that they are unable or unwilling to return to their country of nationality because they have been persecuted or have a well-founded fear…
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Changing Immigration - By a Student at Villanova University

With an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the U.S., having immigration attorneys is vital now more than ever. Of those facing deportation, many of whom are children, unless they can afford a private attorney or find pro bono representation,…