Archive for the ‘Immigration’ Category

Is It Hard to Immigrate to the US?

Posted by admin on October 14th, 2015 under Immigration  •  No Comments

Breaking the law to get into the US is never recommended, but immigrants from all walks of life will tell you that getting into the country legally is an expensive and time consuming ordeal. And the initial process does not earn you citizenship. If anything, getting through immigration legally is much like the game of […]

What Is a Green Card? How Long Does It Take to Get a Green Card?

Posted by admin on September 28th, 2015 under Immigration  •  No Comments

A green card holder is a permanent resident of the United States, but not a citizen. Green card status means someone has been allowed to come into the country, work, and live permanently. Physically, it is a plastic card that tells officials an individual is living and working in the country legally. The card is […]

What Happens if I Am Charged With Illegal Reentry After Being Deported?

Posted by admin on September 15th, 2015 under deportation, Deportation defense, Immigration  •  No Comments

Getting caught for a crime in America can be frightening, particularly if you are not familiar with the state and federal laws that will decide your fate. If you have been deported, denied admission to the country, or forcibly removed for any reason and you attempt to reenter the US without proper authorization, you could […]