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Immigration is frequently changing. Here at Nanthaveth and Associates, we like to keep you updated with the latest news in local and national immigration, tell you about changes within our firm, and share helpful information pertaining to your immigration needs.

Migrant Caravan Reaches US

News Brief: Tensions Rise as Migrant Caravan Reaches US Border

Dec 7, 2018

News Brief: Tensions Rise as Migrant Caravan Reaches US Border December 7, 2018 Beginning in Mid-October, a migrant caravan originating in Honduras began a perilous journey towards the United States (US) border. Its mission – safety in numbers as thousands of Central Americans traveled to the US seeking asylum. Political asylum is internationally recognized and…

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H-1B Visa

A Quick Guide to the H-1B Visa Process

Dec 6, 2018

A Quick Guide to the H-1B Visa Process Companies based in the United States (US) often seek highly qualified applicants from overseas. Candidates chosen and sponsored by companies can enter the US via an H-1B nonimmigrant visa. In fact, H-1B visas bolster the US economy by encouraging the immigration of highly skilled workers. Often, such immigrants…

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Trump Asylum Policies

News Brief: New Trump Asylum Policies at US-Mexico Border

Nov 30, 2018

News Brief: New Trump Asylum Policies at US-Mexico Border November 30, 2018 As families across America celebrated Thanksgiving last week, the Trump administration continued to work to deny rights to asylum seekers at the US-Mexico border. According to The Washington Post, a potential new deal may force migrants from South and Central America to wait…

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Your Rights When Facing ICE

Know Your Rights when Facing ICE

Nov 29, 2018

Know Your Rights When Facing ICE The United States of America is a land of immigrants. For centuries, the US has stood as a beacon of hope for those wishing to build a better life away from heartache, famine, violence, and insecurity. Yet in 2018, the Trump Administration and its enforcement officials continually assail the…

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stopping deportation

Stopping Deportation in its Tracks

Nov 19, 2018

Stopping Deportation in its Tracks In 2016, the United States (US) deported over 340,000 individuals. Additionally, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued 240,000 Notices to Appear (NTAs), which initiates legal deportation proceedings. Deportation, referred to in official US government documentation as “removal,” can happen for a variety of reasons. For example, some reasons that an immigrant…

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birthright citizenship

Can Birthright Citizenship Be Revoked?

Nov 15, 2018

Can Birthright Citizenship Be Revoked? Around the midterm elections in November 2018, immigration was a major topic discussed by politicians and news sources alike. In a few short weeks, President Trump lambasted asylum seekers approaching the United States border and discussed his desire to end birthright citizenship. While the president’s sweeping goals regarding immigration are…

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legal representation immigration court

Legal Representation in Immigration Court: Barriers and Benefits

Nov 8, 2018

Legal Representation in Immigration Court: Barriers and Benefits Each year, hundreds of thousands must navigate the complicated immigration processes of the United States (US). Immigration attorneys provide a necessary and priceless service to those facing the trials of immigration court. Yet, many do not have access to a lawyer because of lack of funding, remote…

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military deployed to southern us border

News Brief: Military Deployed to Southern US Border as Migrant Caravan Approaches

Nov 1, 2018

News Brief: Military Deployed to Southern US Border as Migrant Caravan Approaches November 1, 2018 Military Deployed to Southern US Border Last week, Nanthaveth & Associates published a news brief discussing the caravan of migrants approaching the United States. Consisting of mostly Central Americans from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, the caravan continues to make headlines…

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migrant caravan

News Brief: Migrant Caravan Approaches United States Border

Oct 24, 2018

News Brief: Migrant Caravan Approaches United States Border October 24, 2018 Over the last week, major news outlets across the United States (US) have focused on a new immigration crisis facing the nation. A caravan containing upwards of 7,000 migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers travels towards the southern US border. With midterm elections looming, it…

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sanctuary cities

Sanctuary Cities: Facts, History, and Texas Senate Bill 4 (SB4)

Oct 20, 2018

Sanctuary Cities: Facts, History, and Texas Senate Bill 4 (SB4) The topic of immigration, regardless of legality, is one of the most controversial and complicated issues in American politics today. Terms like deportation, undocumented immigrant, and sanctuary city are often debated via public forums throughout the country. You may find yourself wondering what it means…

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