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  • Does the US Work Permit for Asylum Seekers Discourage Applicants?
    Does the US Work Permit for Asylum Seekers Discourage Applicants?

    The wording on the Statute of Liberty near New York’s Ellis Island – the port of entry to the United States of millions of immigrants between 1892 and 1954 – reads, in part, “Give me your tired, your ...

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  • Types of Persecution Accepted in an Asylum Application
    Types of Persecution Accepted in an Asylum Application

    If you are facing persecution in your home country, particularly if the persecution stems from your sexual orientation,asylum may be one of the ways in which you and your family can emigrate to the ...

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  • Where the 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand on Immigration Reform
    Where the 2016 Presidential Candidates Stand on Immigration Reform

    There are an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants currently residing in the United States. This is one of the most controversial issues on the Presidential campaign trail. Very few candidates ...

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  • Same Sex Immigration Qualifications in the United States
    Same Sex Immigration Qualifications in the United States

    The recent decision by the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges put same sex marriage in the news by making it legal in all 50 states. In June 2013, in United States v. Windsor, the Supreme Court ...

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  • Can A Transgendered Person Obtain A Green Card Through Marriage?
    Can A Transgendered Person Obtain A Green Card Through Marriage?

    Same-sex couples as well as transgender individuals have not always been treated equally in the eyes of the law or of the USCIS. It was only recently in this young century that changes equalizing ...

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  • Barack Obama’s 2015 Immigration Policy Changes (So Far)
    Barack Obama’s 2015 Immigration Policy Changes (So Far)

    Immigration policy reform is something that individuals on both sides of the political spectrum agree is necessary and long overdue, but what the reforms should be and how to apply and enforce them ...

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