How long do I need to wait for the green card for family reunification: data for February

The owner of the green card, along with the opportunity to live and work permanently in the United States, receives the right to reunite with the family, which every American citizen has. If he has children, spouse or spouse in his homeland, he can take them to America. ...

Taxes and Jobs: How Immigrants Affect the US Economy

Over the past two decades, Americans' perceptions of immigrants have changed to a more positive one. According to a Gallup Poll poll conducted in 2019, only 23% of Americans consider immigrants a serious problem for the United States, which is less than in previous years, writes Wallet Hub. IN…

Trump's rule on 'public burden' will affect immigrants

On January 27, the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to enact a “public burden” rule prohibiting certain immigrants who are believed to be able to use government assistance to reside or enter the United States, Fox News recalls. A rule can affect how immigrants ...

The abolition of maternity tourism and visas to the United States: the lawyer will answer questions from readers ForumDaily

The beginning of 2020 turned out to be rich in immigration innovations. One of the noisiest of them was the abolition of maternity tourism, and with it the complication of the visa process for obtaining medical services in the United States. Now wishing to come to America for treatment ...

U.S. Supreme Court upholds trump green card limit policy

On January 27, the US Supreme Court ruled in support of President Donald Trump’s new tougher immigration policy, Voice of America writes. The Supreme Court allowed the administration to enact a rule according to which certain categories of immigrants may be denied the right to ...

US citizenship through military service: what you need to know about this opportunity

Every year, thousands of foreign troops and their families become US citizens. Military One Source told how to become a US citizen, and how you can use your military service to speed up the process and save money. There are three main benefits ...

ICE lowers standards for immigration detention centers: what has changed

The new standards expand the list of reasons why detainees can be placed in solitary confinement and remove restrictions prohibiting police officers from using methods of restraint. ICE now allows handcuffing to minors “as needed,” Rolling Stone writes. In addition, the Immigration and Customs Service (ICE) got rid of ...

How many immigrants are denied naturalization every year: data for 10 years

Naturalization - the process that immigrants go through to become citizens - was first incorporated into U.S. law with the adoption of the Naturalization Act in 1790. About this writes The Dallas Morning News. Then naturalization was open only to the “free white man." ...

Who can come to the USA on H-2A and H-2B work visas in 2020?

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in consultation with the U.S. Department of State (DOS), have announced a list of countries whose citizens are eligible to participate in the H-2A and H-2B visa programs in 2020. Notification with a list of relevant countries ...

Citizenship of a child after naturalization of immigrant parents: what you need to know

Children of naturalized US citizens usually automatically acquire citizenship. In other words, the current law extends US citizenship to children whose parents become citizens as a result of naturalization, writes Citizenpath. After submitting Form N-400 and obtaining US citizenship, a parent can also apply for ...

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