Unfortunately, families cannot always act as a unit. In some cases, countries separate foreign families when a family member seeks to relocate to the United States. It is no uncommon for individuals to enter the U.S. for professional and educational opportunities with the intention of reuniting with family members later on down the line. Through family immigration laws, family members are able to apply for certain visa, giving them the right to enter and remain in the U.S. with legal status.
Those who are seeking refuge in the United States have faced tremendous hardship just to get here and then agony at the border. The recent political climate has not helped and there are countless stories of immigrants at the border having their children taken from them.
There are many elderly people who reside in Florida. This population often requires special care in regard to their health and day to day tasks. The people who help the elderly population are often immigrants and may be affected by the recent immigration issues that are plaguing the United States.
Everyone has their own story. For those coming to the United States to live in the country permanently, their story in the U.S. begins as they enter the path to citizenship. This process can start for many reasons, but many of those seeking to become permanent residents do so as a means to keep family members together.
It is not always the case that a family can emigrate to the U.S. together. In some situations, a spouse has to relocate to the United States for a job, intending to have their family join them later on. While this plan might seem solid initially, many families face immigration problems when attempting to reunite with a family member who is currently a permanent resident or is now a U.S. citizen.
With so much anti-immigration sentiment across Florida and the United States, those who are immigrants in the United States may be feeling anxious lately. There are many people who are worried about immigration raids at their place of employment or other area they frequently visit. If a person is stopped by an immigration and naturalization service official there are certain things they should keep in mind.
Many families have come to the United States to seek a better life for their children and themselves. Florida residents may be concerned though to learn that soon, a group of immigrants may receive word from President Trump that they will be deported.
It is important for families in Florida to be close to each other. This means being close emotionally and physically in many instances. Advances in technology may have made it easier for families to stay in contact with each other even if they live in different countries, but nothing can truly replace in-person interaction. Also, many times it is important for people to help family members in other countries escape bad situations and have a fresh start in the United States.
The President of the United States has been pushing for a travel ban for certain people coming from six countries mainly in the Middle East, which would affect people in Florida. In a recent post we discussed that the United States Supreme Court had allowed portions of the travel ban to go into effect after initially being blocked by Federal Circuit Courts.
While people in Florida will surely understand that a husband or wife who are not citizens of the United States would like to come and live in the country will generally be allowed to do so if they are legally married, an issue that often comes up is whether a fiancé or fiancée can come to live in the U.S. The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has certain rules for U.S. citizens who are trying to bring a foreign national to whom they are not married, but are planning to marry, into the country. Understanding this is a key to getting it done.