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Laws covering immigration in the United States include family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, refugees and asylees, a diversity visa program, humanitarian relief and U.S. citizenship, states the American... More »

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The websites of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services and the United States Department of State display overviews of immigration laws. The Legal Information Institute of Cornell University and the American I... More »

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Current information on U.S. border regulations may be found on the official website of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Requirements are available for U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents, as well as for... More »

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As of 2015, the Immigration and Naturalization Act, the body of laws that guide U.S. immigration policy, limits the maximum annual number of permanent immigrants to 675,000 people, states the American Immigration Council... More »

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Immigration laws need reforming in order to settle the legal status of approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants, to ensure national security by properly guarding the borders, and to ensure that legal immigration ... More »

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U.S. immigration regulations mandate how many family members may enter the United States each year based on their relationships to U.S. citizens and a formula that takes into account the previous years' visas, as of 2015... More »

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A person seeking to immigrate to the United States must be eligible and approved for an immigration visa, according to the American Immigration Council. There are several types of visas a candidate can apply for, includi... More »

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