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- Can I change my child’s last name from the father’s surname to my surname?
- Do I need the consent of the father of my abandoned child for him/her to be adoped by another man?
- When my former employee is called during the process of a new job, what are they allowed to say/not say?
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Yes, there are a different variety of ways to become a permanent resident such as special immigrant petitions, work petitions, registry and/or other special petitions, and asylees/refugees. Continue reading
Basically, family-based immigration into the United States is limited by a number each year. Continue reading
This process proceeds as follows: the person who is already a permanent resident or a citizen of the United States (“the Petitioner”) will file a form called an I-130 Petition for their relative(s). Continue reading
There are various ways a person can become a permanent resident. Continue reading
A Green Card is a slang term for a document that demonstrates that a person is a permanent resident of the United States. Continue reading
When it is discovered by the government that an individual in the United States may be without proper immigration status, generally the government chooses to commence an administrative proceeding against the individual called a “removal proceeding.” Continue reading
Generally, these proceedings are begun when the non-citizen is served with a document called a Notice to Appear. Continue reading
There are several different portions of removal proceedings. Continue reading
The short answer to this question, at least generally, is no. Continue reading