Archive - July 2016
Family immigration in the U.S. can be achieved in different ways, such as a close relative who is a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the U.S. sponsoring the foreign citizen in order to receive the U.S. residence (the green card).
The state of Florida presents one of the highest numbers of illegal immigrants in the U.S., with an estimated number of 925,000 illegal immigrants living here in 2012.
In the 1990 period of time, immigration trends in the U.S. registered various debates inside the country on the relationship of immigrants and their children with the educational, welfare and political systems in the country.
If you are confused about how the immigration system works in the U.S., it can be understandable as it tends to be quite complex.