How a Record of Contract Fraud may Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility

In many parts of the world, business deals may involve many variables that may not initially be viewed as fraud. For instance, traditional gifts and other customs from one culture may later be interpreted by another as bribery. The potential for misinterpretation in business deals reminds people to always be aware of how some actionsContinue reading “How a Record of Contract Fraud may Affect Your U.S. Immigration Admissibility”

The Two Different Ways to Obtain Asylum in the United States: Affirmative and Defensive Asylum

In the field of immigration law, “asylum status” refers to someone who has been granted protection because he or she suffers from persecution. There are specific activities or characteristics that USCIS deems as persecution, so if one is unsure, they should read previous blogs that go into greater detail. Now that one has established thatContinue reading “The Two Different Ways to Obtain Asylum in the United States: Affirmative and Defensive Asylum”

How the US Government Revokes the Citizenship of White-Collar Criminals and Terrorists

Considering the millions of people that cross the United States border each year, the USCIS does a great job admitting many deserving and hard-working families looking to start anew. The immigration process is structured and designed in a special way that safely admits new citizens each year. However, no system is perfect and each yearContinue reading “How the US Government Revokes the Citizenship of White-Collar Criminals and Terrorists”

What is Asylum?

Asylum is a special status often granted to refugees avoiding persecution for various reasons. Beyond politics, governments, and countries, leaders from around the world have established humans’ fundamental right to a life free from persecution. Respecting this human right, countries such as the United States have upheld the practice of granting asylum (or a placeContinue reading “What is Asylum?”

F-2 Visas: Visas given to the Family of International Students

If you’ve ever been interested in immigrating to the U.S., you’ve probably heard of F-1 or F-2 visas. These special type of visas make their way into conversation about US immigration because it is a popular option for young students and their families. F-1 and F-2 Visas are relevant topics in U.S. immigration because thousandsContinue reading “F-2 Visas: Visas given to the Family of International Students”

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Ramona Kennedy (Attorney) received her Jurisprudence Doctorate(Doctorate in law) in America. Ramona Kennedy is a licensed Attorney in California (USA) and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Ms. Kennedy's areas of practice are US Immigration law, US federal Laws and California State Laws. This is an immigration law blog. It is not intended to be used as legal advise. For further information please contact the law offices of Attorney Ramona Kennedy.