1. For Foreign Investors, the EB-5 Program Is a Great Option
2. Seeking Asylum Can be a Complicated Process
3. Deportation Prospects Haven’t Changed as Much as We May Think
Under United States Law, any immigrant in the country illegally is technically subject to deportation. The reality for illegal immigrants is quite different. Dr. Finkelson notes that cost of deporting an illegal immigrant can be up to $23,000. With 11,000,000 illegal immigrants in the United States, it is beyond impossible to account for everyone. Despite President Trump’s strong rhetoric, immigration enforcement’s focus has primarily been on immigrants that are deemed to pose a national security risk. This can include those who have committed crimes or abused public benefit programs. For many, the attitude of enforcement may simply be: “We have bigger fish to fry.” Still, the anxiety of deportation can be ameliorated if the proper routes are taken toward a legal residence. Dr. Finkelson leaves us with some words of encouragement to those seeking the American Dream. “Don’t waste your time playing the ‘Green Card Lottery’, don’t wait for the miracle, don’t delay. Contact your experienced immigration attorney today."