In November 2014, President Obama announced that he would create an executive order that shields undocumented immigrants from U.S. Immigration Office deportation. This executive order is not meant to provide amnesty, nor does it provide permanent residency; instead, it saves approximately five million immigrants from deportation back to their country. But, what does this executive order mean for those who want to immigrate to the U.S.?
Applications for U.S. citizenship are denied or delayed each year. Even if you have a visa and have been a law-abiding citizen of the country for years, you could face deportation and a denied application for something very simple. It is best to fill out an application with the assistance of an immigration attorney, but also it is important to understand the five common reasons an application is denied—and see if you can avoid one of these denials.
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