Archive for October, 2012

The Implementation of US Immigration Reforms and the Violations of Human Rights

Posted on October 31, 2012. Filed under: Immigration |

It is said that under the United States Immigration policies Hispanics immigrants and other Native Americans experience a human right violation. The communities who are greatly affected by this immigration control enforcement are those people who are living in the US-Mexico border. This immigration implementation in the border has caused a great issue in the rights of the locals for the reason that their lands situated on borders.

A new immigration guiding principle has pressed the illegal immigrants to run through into a dangerous route in the US desert that cause the death of countless people. Because of improper supervision of the state and local law enforcement the ethnic profiling has been growing deliberately. Many immigrants are deprived of human rights like the right for education for the sake of state laws and local policies. Some natives and other small communities are at a risk of racial segregation, while other foreigners suffer a series of obstructions of justice, especially when they become victims of crime like domestic violence or human trafficking.

Some reports state that federal and state laws brought American citizens of Hispanic descent and Native Americans to be subjected to discrimination. Often they become victims by police inspection and investigations because of their origins. Each person and every immigrant has human rights, in spite of their ethnicity and lawful status.

The controversial complaint about the racial profiling against the Federal and state immigration authorities has been denied by the officials from the Department of Homeland Security. According to them, the report is rooted on outdated information and it is therefore only suggests the delay of the countrywide immigration implementation programs.

Despite the fact that Texas has no immigration laws, the DOS enforcer arrest unlawful immigrants regardless of their race. Customs and Border Protection officers stated that they are working with the locals to create identification and the federal states says that they avoid cultural profiling by

The federal state communities say that they prevent racial profiling by getting the fingerprints from all the arrested people and by running a background checked for FBI criminal records. The federal agency has created a law that will protect victims of domestic abuse and other offensive activities. This decree will ensure that the criminals are prosecuted.

 

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Documents to be Submitted at the US Airport to Demonstrate Your Intention to Return to the United States After a Long Absence

Posted on October 9, 2012. Filed under: Immigration | Tags: , , , |

Being a citizen of a foreign country, you may become a permanent resident of the United States and there are a quite a few ways through which you may immigrate to the United States. You will have to be sponsored by a relative or an employer in America and undergo a lot of paperwork. That is indeed, a tiresome process. However, you may also obtain an immigrant visa, if you win the DV lottery program and if you are eligible for an immigrant visa. But the US immigration officials will allow you to enter into the country only if you are admissible into the United States. Once you enter the country with an immigrant visa, you may get a Green Card, that is issued to foreign nationals who are granted lawful status in the United States. Green Card holders are granted a variety of rights and you may also travel abroad freely with a few restrictions. But a prolonged travel may cause a lot of troubles and you may also be denied entry into the United States, if you travel abroad for a long period of time without proper documentation.

If you are found to travel abroad often with an intention of abandoning your immigration status in America, you may not be allowed to return to the United States and your Green Card may be revoked. But there are certain circumstances where you might have traveled and resided in a foreign country for genuine reasons. In such cases, upon your return, you will have to prove that you had not planned to make that foreign country your home and you will have to prove that you intend to live in the United States, through proper documentation. You may use your Green Card to re-enter the country, if you had not resided abroad for more than a year. But, if you intend to travel abroad for more than a year, you will have to obtain a re-entry permit and that permit will allow you to travel abroad for two years and less. However, a re-entry permit may alone may not be sufficient, if the US immigration officers doubt that you do not intend to make the United States your permanent home. Similarly, you will have to obtain a returning resident visa from an overseas US Embassy Consulate, if you had stayed outside the United States, beyond the validity of your re-entry permit.

In such cases, you will have to present few other documents and you need to demonstrate that you intend to reside permanently in the United States. You will have to submit proofs of your social and family ties in the country. Still, the US immigration officers will ask you about the purpose of your prolonged travel and whether you have abandoned your lawful permanent resident status in the United States, even if you submit a re-entry permit and other documents. Your employment in the United States, taxes that you had filed and your family ties will help you to prove that you intend to return to the United States and make the country your permanent home. Similarly, your US mailing address, property in the United States, your business in the United States, US driver’s license and your US bank accounts, may be considered by the US immigration officers. Such evidence may be presented in order to prove that your travel outside the country is only temporary.

 

 

 

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