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What Is Title 42 Border Policy?

Health officials developed the Title 42 immigration policy in 1944 to slow the spread of communicable diseases in the United States. Before 1944, the government

Green Card for Unmarried Adult Children

Your children’s age and marital status are critical factors in the immigration process. United States immigration law defines a “child” as an unmarried person under

Humanitarian Parole From the Border

Every year, thousands of people attempt to enter the United States to give a deceased family member afinal visit before their burial or receive care

Who Qualifies for an EB-2 Employment Visa?

There are plenty of reasons why thousands of foreign nationals desire to immigrate to the United States, from uniting with loved ones in America to

Work Visa vs. Work Permit—Ohio

Is there a difference between a work visa and a work permit? Ohio immigration services like The Costas Network Law Center, LLC, see many applicants confusingthese

Temporary Protected Status

Visitors whose countries are unsafe to return to can apply for a Temporary Protected Status (TPS) in the United States. A Temporary Protected Status allows

Asylum case won

Wilmer* was born in the DR Congo and this is where he suffered persecution for being at the wrong time and at the wrong place.