Alexus Paul Sham - Immigration Law Made Simple
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Temporary Protected Status for Haitians
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The dangers of applying for Form I-131 Advance Parole (a travel document)
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The US government should grant Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to nationals from The Philippines

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform
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I-129F The fiance visa
I-485 Green card interview
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Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Why we need Comprehensive Immigration Reform Now.

I was born in the United States and feel very blessed to be a United States citizen. My father came to the United States from Guyana on a student visa and met my mother while at the University. Growing up, I witnessed how the immigration system worked as my father sponsored his siblings to come to the United States.

Currently we have an immigration system that is broken with over an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants. If Congress fails to take any action, then that inaction is an action that continue to maintain the status quo and the same broken system.
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