Immigration and Marriage: Part 2

In Part One of this series, we broke down a number of common situations regarding marriage and immigration. Today, we’re going to cover two more common scenarios, as well as provide important information to keep in mind during this process: If you’re married to a U.S. permanent resident and living overseas, the procedure is begun […]

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Immigration and Marriage: Part 1

Shari Feldman and Inderjit Singh got married seventeen years ago, but they still haven’t convinced federal immigration authorities that their marriage is legitimate. An American woman fought for four years to have her marriage to her Algerian husband recognized, even though the couple had two children. These horror stories are the exception, not the rule—but […]

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How Will Changing Popular Opinion Impact Immigration Policy?

Immigration reform has been a hot-button political issue in 2013, and while it does not appear likely that legislation will pass this year, the fact that there has even been widespread debate on the subject represents progress. In the last twenty years, support for pro-immigrant policies has dramatically grown. In 1994, California passed a law […]

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