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Can I bring my fiancee or spouse to the U.S.?

If you are like many people currently living in Nebraska, you may often wonder about how spouses or engaged persons can bring their loved ones to the U.S. If you have either gotten engaged or married to someone who does not have citizenship or permanent residency but you are either a United States citizen or a permanent resident yourself, you may file for visas that allow your husband, wife, finance or fiancee to come to America.

More people to need interview for green card

Immigrants in Nebraska hoping to gain permanent residence should take note of a new policy going into effect from the Trump administration. As CNN reports, US Citizenship and Immigration Services will be requiring more green card applicants to sit for an interview before they are able to get approved for permanent residence.

Sanctuary counties in Nebraska

America has long been proud of its heritage as a country built essentially on immigration. However, if you are an immigrant in Nebraska, you might feel that the country has forgotten about this heritage and its pride in that. It can be very important for you to know that you can and should feel safe here.

A shift in immigration policies

Immigration in the United States has been a hot-button topic for decades, and even more so in recent months. Immigrants today deal with obstacles such as discrimination in business, education and criminal justice issues, and seek solutions in a country they have decided -- or have been forced -- to call home. While immigration laws in Nebraska are uncertain and complex, they are also continuously changing to meet the needs of the American population.

Trump admin. plans to arrest families who smuggle kids into US

Partly in an effort to protect the children themselves, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has just announced a new policy priority: It plans to arrest parents and other relatives who smuggle children into the U.S. or hire coyotes to do so.

Supreme Court rejects passage of citizenship based on parent's sex

To a child born abroad seeking U.S. citizenship, it has traditionally mattered a great deal whether your mother or your father was a citizen of the United States. If your parents weren't married and your mother was a citizen, you could obtain citizenship as long as your mother had, at any time in her life, resided in the U.S. for a year.

Haitian immigrants latest to feel uncertainty

The issue of immigration and deportation has dominated the headlines since President Donald Trump began his campaign nearly two years ago. Latin Americans have received the most attention, but immigrants from another Caribbean country could soon feel the heat too. Is there a reason to worry?

About the immigration memos released by the DHS

The Trump Administration has continued to make good on its process to roll out tougher enforcement of immigration law, primarily by removing the barriers to deportation that were established by Obama-era policies. As immigration attorneys, it's our job to stay abreast of these developments-and we know that keeping you informed is just as important. 

Nebraska Senators override Governor Ricketts' veto

Nebraska senators just issued a 31-13 vote, rejecting Governor Pete Ricketts' vetoday. The motion concerned giving individuals who came to the U.S. illegally as children the chance to obtain commercial and professional licenses. Gov. Ricketts reportedly stated that he felt his veto echoed the thoughts of the general public in Nebraska. Despite this, the senators' vote overrode the issue. 

Fate of Millions of Undocumented Immigrants Will Be Determined By Supreme Court

Since the Supreme Court announced to hear the Obama administration's appeal of United States v. Texas, about five million undocumented immigrants in the United States could be protected against deportation in June. 

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