The End of DACA: What’s Next for America’s DREAMers?

Few things are more worrying than the prospect of being forced to leave the place that you have always called home. If you’re one of the people affected, you’re probably anxious to know how this affects you. The Trump administration’s decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program means that over 800,000 young people throughout the United States may be facing this possibility in a Read More

A Brief Introduction to the E1 Visa

The United States enjoys trade agreements with countries all over the world. To facilitate and encourage ongoing business with these nations, the government makes available several types of visas—including the E1 and E2 visa—intended to encourage nationals from those treaty nations to participate in trade with US businesses or even invest in building US businesses. The E1 visa is available to any person or company Read More

Understanding Green Cards: A Brief Q&A on Permanent Residence in the United States

Immigration can be a complicated process, and every stipulation should be followed to ensure successful residency. Below we’ve addressed some of the more common questions and concerns regarding green cards in the United States: Q: What exactly is a green card? A: A green card is a vernacular legal term. It represents the permanent resident alien status one has under Immigration laws. The physical card, which a Read More

A Brief Introduction to the US Naturalization Process

Becoming a US citizen is an exciting prospect for many people across the world, but it can sometimes be more difficult than one might think. There are specific steps and requirements to fulfill during the naturalization process, but once it’s completed, you will enjoy the freedoms and responsibilities that come with being a citizen of the United States. Let’s examine what the naturalization process looks like and Read More