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  • Deportation Is On The Rise

    March 23,2019

    There is no sugar coating that this administration has done its best to challenge the immigration system. In some ways, we need the challenge because the legislation for immigration needs an overhaul of change. However, until we fix the broken system we have all to work within the broken system. Who better than to have...

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  • New Green Card Rules Limit Legal Immigration

    March 22,2019

    It is no news that immigration law is beyond challenging. It is a field of law that is complicated and contradictory. Those who try to do things lawfully can sometimes end up doing thing illegally without intending to do so. Navigating the immigration legal field is like running through a paintball field without any armor...

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  • U.S. Immigration Policies May Encourage Child Marriages

    March 16,2019

    Under the United States Immigration and Nationality Act, there is no minimum marital age limitation when U.S. citizens seek spousal visas. In a report released by the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, it seems that the lack of age limitation may be encouraging the exploitation of children as a way to...

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  • Trump Fails to Deliver on His Immigration Campaign Promise

    March 15,2019

    The five week government shutdown affected more people than the unpaid government employees; it also derailed the immigration court system that has yet to get fully back on track. The government shutdown halted immigration court proceedings for immigrants who were not in detention during the shutdown. Immigration hearings were cancelled during the shutdown and some...

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  • Successful Immigration Stories Happen in Utah

    March 09,2019

    In today’s political climate, under today’s administration, it is hard to find hope in all the darkness. Our Family Immigration Attorneys at Familia America Immigration in Salt Lake City are all too familiar with the distraught stories of people trying to find their home and prosperity in America. We witness our legal system cultivate a...

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  • What Documents Do I Need For A Green Card?

    March 08,2019

    This is a great question. The answer depends on what kind of green card you are looking to apply. There are several types of green cards: family, employment, refugee, asylum, and other special provisions. Unlike popular belief, green cards are neither easy nor cheap to get. The process is long and can cost several thousands...

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  • Preparing for Your Salt Lake City USCIS Naturalization Interview

    March 02,2019

    If you are getting ready for your naturalization interview at the Salt Lake City, Utah, USCIS office, you are likely experiencing a mix of excitement and apprehension. The process can be a bit intimidating and scary and is best undertaken with the help of our Salt Lake City green card attorney. This post can help...

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  • DHS Extends Temporary Protected Status (TPS) For Four Countries Affected by Disasters

    March 01,2019

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Thursday that it has extended the TPS status of residents from Nicaragua, Haiti, El Salvador and the Sudan. Temporary protected status is generally given to citizens from foreign countries who have undergone a natural or man-made disasters; it gives them the authority to live in and work...

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  • Who and What Is Responsible for the Drop in Number of Foreign Students?

    February 23,2019

    The number of foreign students attending college in the United States has seen a decline over the past couple of years and there is a lot of disagreement regarding the cause of the decline. According to a recent Reuters report, the number of foreign students declined by 3.3% for the 2016-2017 academic school year and...

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  • 72% of SOTU Watchers Approve of Trump’s Immigration Ideas, but Does He Actually Have Any?

    February 22,2019

    Trump finally delivered his postponed State of the Union address and a CBS poll found that 72% of viewers approved of his immigration ideas, so our immigration experts reviewed a transcript of the speech to analyze these immigration ideas. What we discovered is that there were not that many (if any) realistic immigration problem-solving strategies...

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