The US immigration process can be difficult to understand, as there is a complex body of law that establishes rules and guidelines to determine whether or not someone can enter and/or remain in the United States. Lawyers have contributed articles that describe some of the main immigration issues that arise when foreign nationals are seeking entry, residence or citizenship in the US.
Recent FindLaw Immigration Articles
- Colorado Republicans latest to voice support for immigration reform
Provided by: Schunk Law Firm P.C.
New immigration measures could affect you. Read More »
- Minors facing deportation find new hope through DACA
Provided by: Artem M. Sarian, Attorney at Law
Many of those hopeful for living a better life in America are undocumented minors who moved to the country as children. Read More »
- New limits on solitary confinement at ICE facilities
Provided by: Hanlon Law Group, P.C.
U.S. immigration officials have placed new limits on the use of solitary confinement at immigrant detention facilities. Read More »
- Immigration reform could mean more access to employment-based visas
Provided by: Vickerstaff Law Office, PSC
If you're a skilled worker looking to get legal residence status in the U.S., or if you want to hire such workers, immigration reform could benefit you. Read More »
- Changed conditions in home country justified reopening asylum request
Provided by: Fish Law Group LLC
If a non-citizen applies for asylum in the United States, and such a request is initially denied, the non-citizen may still make a motion to reopen the case for further consideration. Read More »