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Atlanta, GA , What process must an employer follow to hire a foreign national?

If an employer in Georgia wants to hire an immigrant, he/she can do so if the appropriate paperwork is filed with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and approved. Many employers may choose to fill temporary positions with individuals…
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Atlanta, Georgia, What can a naturalization applicant expect during the interview?

After a lawful permanent resident (LPR) has met all the requirements to become a U.S. citizen, he/she can apply for naturalization. There are a number of things an individual will be required to do before the application process is complete.…
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Trump Administration Continues with Efforts to Bar Immigrants Looking for Work from Entering the U.S.

If you know someone who is currently living outside of the U.S. who is looking to enter the country for work-related purposes, they may have a difficult time doing so with the Trump administration’s latest move to bar entry to immigrants seeking…
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Supreme Court Sides with Lebanese Immigrant Who Appealed Deportation Order in Fear of Being Tortured in His Home Country

Many of the immigrants arriving at U.S. borders aren’t only seeking a new way of life, they are seeking protection. Nidal Khalid Nasrallah is one of those immigrants. Nasrallah came to the U.S. in 2006 from Lebanon and has been living as a…
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Georgia, Second Immigrant Detainee Passes Away from COVID-19 Complications

Many immigration detention centers along with jails have become a hotspot for the COVID-19 virus simply because inmates and detainees are living in close quarters and are unable to properly practice social distancing. In fact, both jails and…
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Are H-1B visa holders at risk of being deported if they are laid off as a result of the COVID-19 crisis?

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only responsible for taking hundreds of thousands of lives, but it is also responsible for putting millions of people out of work. While everyone depends on their job for income and benefits, many others are depending…
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Immigrants Fear That Applying for Unemployment During the COVID-19 Outbreak Could Harm Their Chances of Obtaining Citizenship

There are hundreds of thousands of immigrants currently living in the U.S. for work, school, health care, or other personal reasons. While some may wish to keep their visit short and one day return home, a large percentage of those residing…