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U.S. immigration law allows officers to conceal their identities

Many Florida immigrants are currently slated to face criminal charges in courthouses throughout the state. A recent incident in another state has many immigrants and immigrant advocates on edge regarding current U.S. immigration law and the leeway police officers appear to have to target immigrants outside courthouses. The recent situation involved several arrests.

U.S. immigration law may affect ability to seek disaster relief

The aftermath of Hurricane Irma is just beginning to unfold throughout Florida and other nearby regions. The disaster hit just weeks after another recent hurricane in the south eastern part of the nation. U.S. immigration law has apparently negatively affected undocumented immigrants' abilities to obtain disaster relief in the state that was hit the hardest by Hurricane Harvey.

U.S. immigration law leads to young woman's detention

Many Florida immigrants are currently facing significant challenges regarding their legal statuses. Some fear that even a most minor incident could wind up causing them to be separated from their families. That appears to be what happened in another state where U.S. immigration law regarding enforcement of removal regulations against undocumented people has led to a young mother of two being placed in detainment.

Changes proposed for U.S. immigration law -- again

Many Florida families immigrated to the United States from other countries. Some say even though they arrived here under perfectly legal circumstances, they still live in fear that something will wrong that will cause threats to their statuses. Some Somali families on the West Coast may relate to those fears as they recently gathered and shared their worries about recent proposals to change U.S. immigration law.

Where to find answers to questions regarding U.S. immigration law

Whether you and your family arrived in Florida after fleeing imminent danger and extreme poverty in your country of origin, or you waited an extended time for a work visa or other documents allowing you to come to the United States to live, you may have faced many challenges in between your planning and arrival. In fact, many immigrants throughout the state are currently involved in very serious situations regarding U.S. immigration law. In some cases, statuses are at risk.

Child support matters and immigration

For those who move to the U.S., or are hoping to become citizens, there are a wide variety of topics that can create uncertainty. In Miami, and in cities around other parts of Florida, some immigrants are unsure of which steps should be taken with regard to child support issues. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, our law firm knows the different ways in which child support matters can interfere with immigration.

Political chaos and immigrant rights

For those immigrating to a new country, life can be stressful for an assortment of reasons. In recent months, this has become even more true for many people who have decided to immigrate to Miami-Dade, Florida, and all across the United States. Cuevas, Garcia & Torres knows very well how hard this can be for people who are immigrating for work, because of their family, to attend college or for another reason. Moreover, immigrants should not allow their rights to be violated in the midst of a chaotic climate.

Anxiety and immigration issues

Whether you have moved to the U.S. because of your spouse or plan to relocate because you have been offered a job, there are all sorts of immigration issues that you could be going through. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, we are all too familiar with the stress that people who are working through this issues frequently endure. If you are planning on moving to Miami-Dade, or any other area in Florida, you should try to prepare for any difficulties that may arise in order to reduce the likelihood of stress and other problems. Unfortunately, immigration difficulties cannot always be prevented.

Some reprieved from deportation face new worries

For immigrants, various concerns about deportation may arise. In Miami, and neighborhoods across Florida, it is essential for those who have immigrated to the U.S. to do their best to satisfy any immigration-related requirements and have a firm understanding of their rights. Moreover, it is important to be aware of the ways that things can change. For example, the political climate of the U.S. may affect some immigrants significantly.

Can victims of abuse file Form I-360?

As an immigrant, or as someone who anticipates moving to the United States, you may have a myriad of questions. For example, you may be unsure about what obstacles you may face during the immigration process, or you could be stressed about the different ways your life may change. Whether you are planning on moving to Miami-Dade, or any other place in Florida, it is very important to know your rights and familiarize yourself with any helpful options. For example, if you are involved in an abusive relationship, you may want to take a look at Form I-360.

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