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Marvin C. came to the United States after two of his childhood friends were killed in Guatemala. Afraid that he would be next, Marvin hastily left his homeland for the safety of this one. Over 630,000 undocumented foreign nationals like Marvin live in the state and South Florida is the home for more than 41% of them. Until now, many undocumented foreigners were forced to live a life of uncertainty.
Download eBook – click on article: Victims of relationship violence can obtain legal permanent residence through various laws. When they do, the Citizenship and Immigration Service provides them a “green card” as an identification document to prove they can live and work in the United States permanently. The green card serves as a work permit, too.
Download eBook – click on article: You’ve arrived in the United States. You know you can’t return to your home country, but you are unsure how to go about staying here. You don’t have work authorization and you may not have a driver’s license. At this point, though, you are just glad to be safe…..
Importantly, if a family member does not qualify under the law for a benefit, the US citizen has done nothing more than to inform Immigration where to find that family member. An unfortunate consequence may be deportation or removal.
The Colombian parents of Haley brought her illegally into the country when she was one year old. The family converted from Catholics to Pentecostals. Fearing harm if they returned to Colombia, the parents applied for asylum with the Immigration Service.