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What Is The Green Card Lottery?

Published on January 30th, 2017

If you are at all familiar with immigration you have probably heard of a green card. A green card, or green card holder, is just another name for someone who has obtained permanent residency in the United States. It is someone who has been given permission to live and/or work in the U.S. on a […]

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United States Asylum

Published on December 22nd, 2016

Asylum is a protection granted by a nation to someone who has fled his or her home country as a political refugee. Said person usually leaves their home country to flee persecution, violence, war, or natural disaster. Asylum is granted under the premise that if someone were forced to stay or return to their home […]

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Immigration Attorneys Chicago

Published on November 22nd, 2016

Immigration law in the United States is complicated and hard to navigate. The word “immigration” is a broad term for an area of law that has many layers and potential issues. There are also many reasons why one might need immigration attorneys Chicago to represent their case. Din Law understands the essential need for professional […]

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Citizenship Through Naturalization

Published on October 31st, 2016

Becoming a United States citizen is no easy feat. It is a costly and time-consuming process that offers no guarantees, but for many it is well worth it. If an individual is not a U.S. citizen by birth or descent then they must obtain citizenship through a process known as naturalization. Naturalization is made up […]

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Wanted: Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Published on September 19th, 2016

President Obama announced a new proposal as part of his immigration reform agenda. The proposal includes guidelines for a “startup visa” which would allow foreign-born entrepreneurs temporary stay in the United States in order to start and grow a business. Immigrants have made great contributions to the American economy, founding some of the most proliferate […]

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