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Nov 7, 2018

What is Asylum, and Who Can Claim It?

By |Nov 7, 2018|Immigration|0 Comments

Every year, according to the American Immigration Council, thousands of people who aren’t US citizens apply for asylum in the United States. Asylum is a form of protection from prosecution. The process to obtain asylum is very complicated, and normally requires the assistance of experienced immigration lawyers. If someone is granted asylum, he or she [...]

Oct 3, 2018

5 Common Reasons Couples Divorce

By |Oct 3, 2018|Divorce|0 Comments

Everyone goes into a marriage with the best of intentions: ‘til death do us part, and happily ever after. Most couples know that a strong and stable marriage takes work. However, some couples give it their all and the marriage has simply run its course for one reason or another—and it's time to think about [...]

Sep 19, 2018

How Long Can Undocumented Immigrant Families Expect to Live in Detention Centers?

By |Sep 19, 2018|Immigration|0 Comments

CNN reported on September 6, 1018 that the Trump administration has enacted a policy that undocumented immigrant children stay in detention “far longer than currently allowed.” The statement is a follow-up to the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy enacted in the spring of 2018. Part and parcel of the zero tolerance prosecution policy is to separate [...]

Sep 6, 2018

Efforts Underway to Limit Legal Immigration

By |Sep 6, 2018|Immigration|0 Comments

According to a recent NBC News report, the Trump Administration is getting ready to make a proposal that would make it tougher for immigrants in the United States legally to become American citizens, or obtain their green cards. The ability of these legal immigrants to get citizenship could be affected if the applicant used one [...]

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