1. YOU HAVE BEEN IN THE U.S. FOR MORE THAN 5 YEARS.
2. YOU HAVE CHILDREN WHO ARE U.S. CITIZENS OR WHO HAVE A GREEN CARD.
3. YOU PASS A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK.
YOU RECEIVE TEMPORARY LEGAL STATUS AND WILL NOT BE DEPORTED.
YOU RECEIVE A WORK PERMIT.
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After Ruling Hispanics Flee an Alabama Town (Published in The New York Times October 3, 2011-Allen Stoner quoted)Posted: December 14, 2013
LA LOI ANTI-IMMIGRANTS RAVIVE LES BLESSURES DE L’ALABAMA (ANTI-IMMIGRANT LAW REVIVAL THE WOUNDS OF ALABAMA)Posted: December 14, 2013
Decatur is growing and our downtown district is a success. The Arts & Entertainment District can be enjoyed by everyone. It has had a positive impact on the community of downtown. But, there is an ordinance-a law- that many people are not aware of. A patron may hold only one alcoholic beverage at a time. Even if a husband and wife are walking together each with an alcoholic beverage in hand and the husband has to stop to tie his shoe he may not hand the drink to his wife to hold. He must set it down. This is the law. Now get out and enjoy Decatur’s A & E District, but only one drink at a time!
Immigration reform has not been approved yet, but it is very important to begin preparing in the event Congress passes it.
The documents listed below will be required:
Birth certificate and a photo identification (ID). Passport, school or military ID, identification document from your country of origin like a Matricula Consular, or any U.S. document with your name and photo. (Driver’s License or ID)
Entry to the United States Before a Particular Date:
Immigration record or documents with your date of entry, passport with admission stamp (Form I-94/I-95/I-94W), or travel records.
You can also use medical records (including immunization record) or school records.
Presence and Residence in the United States From a Particular Date:
Proof of presence with dates and addresses using immigration documents, government records, medical records, military records, employment records, religious or community organization records, insurance policies, tax records, bank receipts, financial records, credit card receipts, money order receipts, rental agreements, deeds, mortgages, utility bills, club memberships etc.
If you do not have copies of your past filings call the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) at 1-800-908-9946 to order a transcript for free.
If you have not filed your taxes ask for an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) by calling 1-800-829-1040 and file them.
Record dates, names, and addresses of the places you have worked.
Possible English Knowledge Requirement:
You may have to take a basic English course or exam.
Application Fee and Fines:
You will need money for application fees, fines and an attorney.
Record all of this information in a notebook, keep the original documents, and store them in a safe place.
Protect Yourself From Fraud:
An attorney has to have a license from a state bar association. Don’t believe anyone who tells you there is already new immigration reform in place. A proposal has been introduced in Congress, but it may change or not ever become a law. Don’t trust anyone who says that they can guarantee you a visa or a green card.
If you suspect fraud report it to your consulate or the police.
It is very important to prepare for your immigration journey and correctly follow the process. We are here to help you on this journey.