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Positive changes to immigration laws look unlikely

With the passage of the reconciliation bill brought, individuals in Michigan hopeful for reform of certain immigration regulations could be left disappointed. Many of the promised and proposed fixes that would bring positive changes to immigration law likely will not...

Who can qualify for a fiancé visa?

Entering the United States is a daunting process, especially when a Michigan resident is trying to bring his or her fiancé into the country. There is a specific type of visa for this purpose, a K-1 visa, and one must meet certain requirements to qualify for it. Before...

Vaccination status and changes to immigration laws

Entering the United States to live and work in Michigan can be a complicated process for potential immigrants, and recent changes have added an additional requirement for applicants. Immigration laws now mandate that those applying for lawful permanent resident status...

Immigration activist avoids deportation

When someone in Michigan who is not a citizen of the United States is facing the threat of removal, it can be stressful for that individual as well as his or her family. One immigration rights activist was in that position until the Department of Homeland Security...

Who can have a concealed carry license in Texas?

Violating weapons laws in Texas can result in serious penalties if convicted. A defendant could face time behind bars and other penalties, even for simply carrying a weapon on his or her person. In order to carry certain types of guns, one must have a valid concealed...

Businesses push for changes to immigration law

The current immigration system often leaves individuals, families and certain types of professionals frustrated as they attempt to navigate application processes. Allowing immigrants into the country is seen by many as a necessary step for the American economy to...

Possible changes for those seeking green cards

Individuals who come to the United States to live and work have to seek both legal resident status and a Social Security number. Both of these things are necessary in order to secure employment, enroll in certain programs and have access to certain benefits....