Just when it seemed as if things were poised to settle down from a legal perspective in relation to the Trump administration's travel ban, the case is now heading back to the Supreme Court of the United States.
From the attempted travel ban to the reinstatement of a program mandating the assistance of local law enforcement with federal immigration efforts, the recent actions of the Trump Administration's have understandably left many immigrants on edge.
Lawful permanent residence is defined as a person who has been granted the privilege to reside permanently in the state of Florida as an immigrant. That person lives in the state in accordance with all immigration laws.
Much of the news coverage on Capitol Hill this week has been understandably focused on the sit-in protests undertaken by House Democrats in an attempt to force a vote on gun control measures.
Last week, our blog began discussing how U.S. immigration laws are drafted in such a way as to facilitate family unity, as evidenced by the K-3 and K-4 nonimmigrant visas, which allow the alien spouses of U.S. citizens and their minor children to stay in the country while the State Department processes their Form I-130s.
In our last post, we started discussing how the alien spouses of U.S. citizens and their minor children can be admitted to the U.S. while waiting for the State Department to process their documentation thanks to the K-3 and K-4 nonimmigrant visa.
In recognition of the difficulty that can result when spouses and their children are forced to live apart, the federal government has long chosen to structure its immigration laws, as well as its policies and procedures, in a way that facilitates family unity.
Two years ago, an unprecedented number of young people made the long and dangerous journey from Central America to the U.S. entirely on their own in an attempt to escape the escalating violence and devastating poverty in their native countries.
In our last post, we started discussing how no matter how stressful and time-consuming wedding planning can prove to be, it can rapidly become even more so for those who need to bring their foreign national fiancé here to the U.S.
Virtually anyone who has decided to take a walk down the aisle would tell you that while they wouldn't change anything about their special day, getting everything in order was nothing short of exhausting and nerve-wracking. Indeed, the reality is that most weddings now involve months of painstaking preparation, as the happy couple must do everything from pick a venue and write their vows to finalize a menu and plan their honeymoon.