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Fairfield, Connecticut the immigration problem

Immigration is the biggest problem in the United States. Anywhere you go there are illegal people from different races not just only Hispanics because that is what most of the people think that Hispanics are the only illegal people in the United…
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United States continues to attract immigrants from all over the world

In the quick-paced society and world we live in, the appeal of the United States continues to attract immigrants from all over the world. With this in mind, many immigrants fast track the process by entering and remaining within the country…
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A Quick Summary on Visas

As someone who has never travelled out of the country, I find the whole process to be very daunting.  Coming from Stockton, California where many people are born and raised, I would like to visit other parts of the world.  There are many different…
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North Haven, CT Deportation

Deportation is defined as the expatriation of an individual deemed a foreigner out of a country that is not their native country and sending them back to their initial country.  Examples of why a person may be deported is if they renounce their…
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Linking Issues of National Identity and Sovereignty to the Origins of Formal Deportation Policy in the United States

Two cases of deportation, both from the mid-1920s, reveal the disturbing realities of deportation that are often ignored in the political reasoning used in discourse around this form of forced removal. During this time, Captain William M. Hanson,…
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The Value of Immigration Attorneys: How Lawyers Aid U.S. Newcomers through Bureaucratic Processes and Austere Regulations

The path to becoming a legal United States citizen is not a cakewalk. To the contrary, it can seem more similar to an obstacle course complete with challenging tasks that can discourage one at any given stage in the process. Additionally, legal…
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The importance of having New Haven, Connecticut Immigration Lawyers

On the memorable bright day of May 13, 2016 I waited in a court room of the neoclassical courthouse of New Haven, Connecticut for my naturalization ceremony with the judge. The respectful whispers of the people and the formality of their attire…