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Immigration Nation: What is DACA?

DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, is a rule passed by the Obama Administration which allows individuals who have resided in the USA since June 15, 2007 and were under the age of 31 on June 15, 2012. Those who qualify removals are deferred and they are issued permission to work. This group has Read More

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5 Steps You Can Take to Obtain Your Green Card

In this article, we’ll go over five critical steps immigrants can take to obtain green cards in America. There are various visa programs depending on immigrant eligibility, so the help of an elite immigration lawyer is advised to ensure all paperwork is filled out and filed appropriately. There are a few ways to gain citizenship Read More

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Ben Franklin writes that immigrants need to add more then they take or they will destroy the country

Franklin, Benjamin Founding father Benjamin Franklin writes that immigrants need to add more to the USA then they take or they will destroy the country “The importation of foreigners into a country that has as many inhabitants as the present employments and provisions for subsistence will bear, will be in the end no increase of Read More

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What is an Investor Employment Creation Visa and How Can I get One?

Below, we’ll discuss an investor visa, who’s eligible, the motions of applying for one, and how the application process is simplified with the help of an elite immigration lawyer. An investor employment creation visa is a type of green card issued through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The visa belongs to the EB-5 Program Read More

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George Washington Discourages Immigration

George Washington First President of the United States (1789-1797) There is no need of encouraging immigration: “My opinion, with respect to emigration, is that except of useful mechanics and some particular descriptions of men or professions, there is no need of encouragement, while the policy or advantage of its taking place in a body (I Read More

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Thomas Jefferson fears mass immigration will dilute English culture

Although as to other foreigners it is thought better to discourage their settling together in large masses, wherein, as in our German settlements, they preserve for a long time their own languages, habits, and principles of government, and that they should distribute themselves sparsely among the natives for quicker amalgamation, yet English emigrants are without Read More

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James Madison’s view of Immigration

May it not happen, in fine, that the minority of citizens may become a majority of persons, by the accession of alien residents… or of those whom the constitution of the state has not admitted to the right of suffrage? James Madison, principal author of the Constitution, warned in The Federalist, #43, that he hoped Read More

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John Quincy Adams Encourages Immigrants to Stay Home or Go Home

The United States ‘has never held out any incitements to induce the subjects of any other sovereign to abandon their own country, to become inhabitants of this.’ And, if they cannot accommodate themselves to the character, moral, political, and physical, of this country, with all its compensating balances of good and evil, the Atlantic is Read More

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E-2 Visas – What you need to know

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