More and more people are actually migrating to another country. They want to stay and live in a place where the quality of water is better, the life expectancy higher than the average and the overall lifestyle of the residents is of high quality. In relation to other countries on the Better Life Index, one… Continue reading Practical Tips When Immigrating To Another Country
Australia is one of the best places for people seeking better working opportunities. With its multiple immigration programs, Australia is an ideal place to work and live. Find out what are different Australian immigration programs. It is believed that the first European migrants arrived in Australia in the 17th and 18th century, a process which… Continue reading Australian Immigration
Recently a client of ours, let’s call him Muhammad H married a US citizen. His spouse filed the petition for alien relative (I-130) application on his behalf with the application for adjustment of status (I-485). She became pregnant and had child while the petition was pending. Soon his application was pending for over a year… Continue reading Why Is My Immigration Case Delayed?
Almost every day we keep hearing Americans and politicians across the political continuum voicing their strong support for immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship. In spite of coming out with so many immigration reforms every now and then, there aren’t still any concrete Immigration reforms that have been drawn or planned out well. Why… Continue reading Citizenship to Children of Immigrants Will Change Prospects of US Politics
The impending referendum on the so-called Brexit has created an atmosphere of uncertainty surrounding the immigration status of many European citizens and their families based in the United Kingdom. While there has been much commentary on this issue, there has been no clear proposal presented by the Government of what will happen to either European… Continue reading The EU Referendum and Immigration – What Will a Brexit Mean for My Immigration Status?
As an immigrant hopeful, when you are required to appear for your naturalization interview you will be asked questions about your background and other relevant details. What’s important is the fact that you will be asked to take the English and Civics tests; only if you have applied for either an exemption or waiver will… Continue reading Your Naturalization Interview
Travel has become an integral part of our routine. Traversing borders to accomplish different jobs is not as uncommon as it once was. However, travelling from one country to another requires you to have a foreign visa that authorizes your entry into the host country. Procuring the foreign visa is easy once you understand the… Continue reading Applying for a Foreign Visa
In 1891 my paternal grandfather immigrated to Canada from England. He was an eleven year old orphan who never saw is family again. I treasure the thirty pages that he wrote by hand documenting his life story. His words really pull at my heart strings. Grandpa wrote: “But talk about food, I had never seen… Continue reading The Challenge of Immigration
Since late fall 2013 through the summer of 2014, 52,000 unaccompanied minors, mainly children from Central America, have flocked to our southern border with Mexico hoping to be allowed to remain in the United States. During this same period approximately 39,000 mothers accompanied by their young children have also flocked to our border setting up… Continue reading The Numbers on DACA Through the First Quarter of 2014