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  • Answers to Common Immigration Questions - How Do I . . .

    The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services has created a series of documents that they call "How Do I …?s" These documents cover a wide variety of topics on immigration matters and are meant to assist you in finding the information you need about a particular immigration and asylum subject. Each How Do I …? starts with background information on the chosen topic, and then helps answer your questions about INS procedures. Each How Do I …? links you to information on the INS Website and, sometimes, to relevant information on other U.S. Government Websites. These links go to the relevant sections of immigration law and federal regulations, to instructions on applying for immigration benefits, the correct form and fee, and so on. Content Detail

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    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
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    Spanish / Español
  • Basic Immigration Law

    This document contains basic information about immigration law in the United States, answering the following questions: Where do U.S. immigration laws come from? What agencies administer U.S. immigration laws? Who gets U.S. citizenship? What are the immigration rules that allow non-citizens allowed to be in the U.S.? What are the ways that a non-citizen can immigrate to the U.S.? How can you change your legal status under U.S. immigration law? How do non-citizens lose their immigration status? How do you become a U.S. Citizen? Once you become a naturalized U.S. citizen, can you lose that status? What public benefits are available to immigrants? The document is excerpted from An Introduction to Law in Georgia, Fourth Edition, published by the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, 1998 (updated 2004). Read More

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    Carl Vinson Institute
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    Spanish / Español
  • Immigration Basics - Overview

    This web page explains basic information about immigration classifications in the United States and describes the process for adjusting your classification. Content Detail

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    The American Immigration Law Foundation
  • Learn about Deportation and Exclusion

    This presentation was developed as part of the Law and Government Education Project in the Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. In partnership with the Law School and the Center for Teaching and Learning at UGA and the Law School at Mercer University, the Institute develops resources on basic areas of Georgia and federal law. These resources are then distributed across the state in a variety of ways including the State Bar of Georgia?s Pro Bono Project website. We hope you will find this presentation to be useful and informative. Please be advised, however, that this presentation is designed to provide general information only and does not substitute for legal advice. At the conclusion of the presentation you will find a list of organizations which may be able to provide assistance to those who have legal issues relevant to the topic of this presentation. We encourage viewers to contact these organizations for help. Also, please consult the Pro Bono Project website for a list of other presentations available for viewing. Content Detail

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    Spanish / Español

Know Your Rights Articles (10)+

  • Answers to Common Immigration Questions - How Do I . . .

    The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services has created a series of documents that they call "How Do I …?s" These documents cover a wide variety of topics on immigration matters and are meant to assist you in finding the information you need about a particular immigration and asylum subject. Each How Do I …? starts with background information on the chosen topic, and then helps answer your questions about INS procedures. Each How Do I …? links you to information on the INS Website and, sometimes, to relevant information on other U.S. Government Websites. These links go to the relevant sections of immigration law and federal regulations, to instructions on applying for immigration benefits, the correct form and fee, and so on. Content Detail

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    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Basic Immigration Law

    This document contains basic information about immigration law in the United States, answering the following questions: Where do U.S. immigration laws come from? What agencies administer U.S. immigration laws? Who gets U.S. citizenship? What are the immigration rules that allow non-citizens allowed to be in the U.S.? What are the ways that a non-citizen can immigrate to the U.S.? How can you change your legal status under U.S. immigration law? How do non-citizens lose their immigration status? How do you become a U.S. Citizen? Once you become a naturalized U.S. citizen, can you lose that status? What public benefits are available to immigrants? The document is excerpted from An Introduction to Law in Georgia, Fourth Edition, published by the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, 1998 (updated 2004). Read More

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    Carl Vinson Institute
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Detention by Immigration Officials - Your Rights

    What to do if you are stopped by the police for if there is a raid Content Detail

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    Catholic Charities
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    Spanish / Español
  • Download the DACA Pocket App

    Download the free smartphone app to find out if you, a friend or family member qualify for temporary protected status through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). You can also search for “Pocket DACA” in the Apple iTunes App Store or in the Google Play Store. Content Detail

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    WeOwntheDream.org
  • Georgia HB87 Enforcement Dates

    Partes de la ley HB87 entraron en efecto el 1° de Julio, 2011, y otras partes tomarán efecto posteriormente. Content Detail

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    Georgia Legal Services Program®
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    Spanish / Español
  • Immigration Basics - Overview

    This web page explains basic information about immigration classifications in the United States and describes the process for adjusting your classification. Content Detail

    By:
    The American Immigration Law Foundation
  • Learn about Deportation and Exclusion

    This presentation was developed as part of the Law and Government Education Project in the Institute of Government at the University of Georgia. In partnership with the Law School and the Center for Teaching and Learning at UGA and the Law School at Mercer University, the Institute develops resources on basic areas of Georgia and federal law. These resources are then distributed across the state in a variety of ways including the State Bar of Georgia?s Pro Bono Project website. We hope you will find this presentation to be useful and informative. Please be advised, however, that this presentation is designed to provide general information only and does not substitute for legal advice. At the conclusion of the presentation you will find a list of organizations which may be able to provide assistance to those who have legal issues relevant to the topic of this presentation. We encourage viewers to contact these organizations for help. Also, please consult the Pro Bono Project website for a list of other presentations available for viewing. Content Detail

    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Undocumented?

    This document explains what undocumented immigrants can do now to prepare for possible immigration reform. There is not currently a new immigration reform law. This resource has been created only as a starting point to help undocumented immigrants prepare in the event that there is a new law and to help you avoid bad information or fraud by notarios or unscrupulous immigration service providers. Content Detail

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    ImmigrationAdvocates.org
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    Spanish / Español
    Chinese / 中文
  • We Own the Dream - Learn about Requesting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

    Use this online interview to learn if you are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and to complete the application forms. Content Detail

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    ImmigrationAdvocates.org
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    Spanish / Español