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Immigration law in Maryland encompasses family and work issues

When people think about immigration law issues, they may simply think about a single person wanting to come to the United States to live. However, immigration law services can encompass a wide range of issues and help both individuals and families. For those in Maryland who are dealing with or inquiring about employment opportunities as an immigrant or trying to get family here legally, knowing the different types of programs and legal resources available is important.

Beauty pageant winner gets visa, possible green card to come?

Any part of the immigration process can be complicated and time-consuming. In order to be granted a visa or green card, those seeking these documents in Maryland or in any other state must go through a specific process. The ability to remain in and work in the United States hinges on the granting of a visa and possibly a green card to stay. Even a beauty pageant winner who needs to travel and work in this country has found a visa is necessary to make it all happen.

New app can help people seeking a green card

Technology has permeated every aspect of modern life. While some technological advances may seem confusing and counterintuitive in the ways of building stronger relationships, there appears to be one app that is garnering attention as it helps truly bring people together. Any Maryland residents who are trying to obtain a green card for a loved may be interested in how this new app is helping others in their green card quest.

Family immigration issues lead to protest, request for reform

Many people may think about immigration issues as an individual situation. However, a recent protest brings to light the fact that immigration issues and deportation affects more than just the individual. Maryland immigrants or family members of undocumented people may want to follow the story of the protest and what the protesters are asking for concerning family immigration.

Counterfeit ring prompts scrutiny of green card process

Whenever a family is desperate to get into or stay in the United States, it may be tempting to jump at any chance to obtain a green card. There are already tight regulations and processes in place for those seeking a green card; but the discovery of a scam selling counterfeit birth certificates has led to even tighter rules and regulations. Any Maryland immigrants looking to have family receive a green card and join them here in the United States may want to take heed of how this story unfolds.

Traffic violation sends married father back to Mexico

The search for love and companionship is a pursuit familiar to many Americans. One woman fell in love with a man that immigrated to America from Mexico and began a family with him. As the couple began to have children, she stayed at home to raise them. The family lived modestly but they got by, until the husband was pulled over.

Congress eyeing skilled workers to boost economy

The proposed immigration reform is based largely on making the road to citizenship easier for skilled professionals that have advanced education degrees in the fields of math and science. Many members of congress hope that bringing more skilled workers into the country will give the economy a much need boost in the right direction.

Immigrants in same-sex relationship to be impacted by DOMA ruling

We have blogged before about the protection immigrant spouses are afforded in the United States. For example, if an individual is a citizen and is married, there are avenues for enabling the immigrant spouse to stay in the country through family immigration privileges. Similarly, when a citizen is looking to marry an immigrant, the citizen can secure a visa to bring their fiancé to the country to marry.

Assistant professor successfully secures green card

There are a number of individuals that currently work and live in Washington, D.C. thanks to a temporary worker visa. A man that exactly fit this description came to the United States eight years ago from Germany as a genomics researcher with high hopes of landing a tenure-track academic position.

Some green card applications denied because of tattoos

Immigrants in Maryland can face a number of challenges in their attempt to gain U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent residency. Paperwork, long delays and bureaucratic requirements can try the patience of even the calmest person. But now immigrants seeking a green card can be held up for something typically viewed as commonplace and innocuous: tattoos.

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