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TPS status extended for over 300,000 immigrants

Too many immigrants currently residing in Michigan and elsewhere across the country live in fear that they will be forced to leave on a moment's notice. Thankfully, for many of those who are currently residing in the country on temporary protected status, that is a...

What you need to know about voluntary departure

There are a lot of negative consequences that accompany being deported. To avoid some of those consequences, one may agree to a voluntary departure. Here are a few things immigrants currently residing in Michigan need to know before applying for this type of relief...

Who qualifies for a 601 waiver?

Deportation is something most noncitizen U.S. residents fear, and that fear is well-founded. As too many Michigan residents know, it rips families apart; it costs people their jobs and their lives as they know it. If forced to leave the country, deported individuals...

How long is a green card valid for?

Obtaining a permanent resident card is not necessarily an easy thing to do. The government makes people jump through some hoops to get them, and when they finally do, the cards are only valid for so long. How long can immigrants in Michigan and elsewhere expect their...

Immigrants have rights when questioned by police

Many immigrants worry about what will happen to them and their families if they end up in trouble with law enforcement. This is an understandable concern as criminal charges or similar issues could affect your immigration status or put you in line for deportation,...