Nowadays, many Americans are hearing words “chain migration” regularly. American immigrants and others who would be affected are concerned, and in need of comprehensive information about it. This writing will summarize some of important issues.
This mini article attemtps to share basic information for those who wishes to apply for the U.S. citizenship but are concerned because of criminal records in the past. Based on INA, some better not apply but some can safely apply, and this article will focus on those who have minor incidents who can safely apply. (Next article will focus on those who better not apply due to seriousness of offenses involved.)
An applicant for the U.S. citizenship is required to demonstrate his/her attachment to the Constitution of the United States and must be a person who is well disposed to the good order and happiness of the United States. One way to demonstrate these and other requirements for the purpose of attaining U.S. citizenship is for the person to have had registered for the Selective Service if and when a male applicant was required to do so.
This short article attempts to articulate pivotal issues that are important to lawmakers and President Trump, and tries to make educated guess about the posssible outcome of the DACA solution. I predict that the Congress and the President will reach some type of agreement before March 5, 2018 that will allow DACA recipients to earn greencard as well as U.S. citizenship. But, in order for this to happen, Congress will have to agree to most of the demands the President Trump is making. What are they? Let’s find out
2017년 2월 22일 멕시코를 방문한 국무장관 렉스 틸러슨과 국토 안보부 장관 잔 켈리 장관은 정상들과의 회담에서 미국은 신분 미비자들을 대거 추방할 계획이 없다고 발혔다. http://abcnews.go.com/International/tillerson-kelly-visit-mexico-amid-tension-deportation-guidelines/story?id=45656419
Praise the Lord! And celebrate the hard work of two decades!