In recent years it has become tragically common for unaccompanied children to travel thousands of miles from Central America to the Florida and other places in the U.S. to flee oppression or rejoin family members in America. When they arrive, many are arrested and face deportation hearings -- without the assistance of an attorney. A lawsuit filed in Washington State seeks to change that, and argues children facing deportation have the right to be represented by an attorney when they appear in immigration court.
Many couples and individuals in the Miami area seek to expand their family; however, not everyone is able to have children naturally. Therefore, families frequently turn to adoption when conception and a surrogate is not a viable option. While domestic adoptions are possible, these can be difficult to secure. Therefore, international adoptions are frequently used. While these adoption proceedings are common in the United States, parents intending to adopt a child from a foreign nation should understand that an immigrant visa is necessary to allow their child to immigrate to the U.S. and obtain citizenship.
Adding to your family through international adoption can be one of the most fulfilling and joyful experiences in a parent's life. This is not to say it is easy. In fact, there are a number of challenges that come with not only becoming parents but with becoming parents of a child from another country.
Adding to your family through adoption can be one of the most wonderful experiences any parent can go through. However, the adoption process itself can be frustrating, lengthy and stressful, especially if you are looking to adopt a child from another country.
Becoming a U.S. citizen can be one of the most significant events in a person's life. People often put a lot of work and time into becoming a citizen, whether they do so through marriage or after years of living here with a green card.