immigration Archive

How the United States define a refugee

According to the U.N. High Commission for Refugees wars, famine, political unrest and many others cause more than 40 million people a year to cross borders throughout the world. The United States honor struggles of many of

Obtaining a Refugee Travel Document

Refugees and asylees who have been granted permanent residency by the US government should obtain a Refugee Travel Document before leaving the country. If not they are risking the refusal of reentry to the US. However, having

Journey to your citizenship, the interview

Article written by Legal Libraries, Latest Legal News and Articles In your journey to obtain U. S. citizenship, you will be required to have an citizenship test interview with a representative of USCIS. After submitting your N400,

The United States to accept Syrian refugees

Syrian crisis started almost three years ago resulted in millions fleeing the country and neighboring countries Jorden, Lebanon and Turkey are burden with caring for them. At the last count more than 3.8 million Syrians fled the

The United States to increase the number of Syrian refugees

The ongoing crisis in Syria resulted in many Syrians leaving the conflict zone. Began several years ago, refugees are fleeing to neighboring countries including Lebanon and Turkey from Syria. Started as an uprising against the Bashar al-Assad

Can a refugee travel without a passport?

The United States government revoked the passport of fugitive Edward Snowden when he travelled from Hong Kong to Moscow, Russia on June 23, 2014. For him to travel to any other destination, now he needs a passport.

New approach to address refugees from Central America and the Caribbean

Refugees who were fleeing from violence, death threats and other issues in the Central America are an ongoing issue for the U. S. Government. The US has seen an increase in refugee numbers during the last spring

Refugee policy change may come from the Obama Administration

Unaccompanied children crossing the southern border of the United States especially in Texas and California became big news in June 2014. Critics were quick to point out the root cause for more than 160 percent increase in

Critics call for EB-5 visa program fixes

A program that issues green cards to investors and job creators coming to US from other countries is known as EB-5 Visa Program. It is intended to bring capital investment to badly needed areas of the country.

Walking through immigration court system for asylum seekers

Article written by Off and running real estate If the United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) is unable to further process an asylum application, it will be forwarded to the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR),