Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Applications For Probationary Legal Status
The United States Congress is currently considering bills that could implement major changes to the nation's existing immigration policies. For millions of undocumented immigrants currently living and working in the United States, these changes could mean a path to a green card — even citizenship. However, the process will likely be long and difficult. At The Cleveland Law Firm, P.C., our attorneys are prepared to guide South Georgia's immigrants through the process towards a brighter future for them and their families.
Prepare For Immigration Reform In South Georgia
When immigration reform becomes law, the process will likely be similar to the application process for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). You will need to pass a background check and submit fingerprints or other biometric information. In addition, you may be required to pay a fine and back taxes for the years that you lived and worked in the United States. After you have successfully completed this process, probationary legal status will be established.
Once you have obtained probationary legal status, you will have the option to pursue a green card. Other requirements include:
- Paying taxes
- Learning English
- Undergoing a criminal background check
- Demonstrating that you are currently employed
Contact The Cleveland Law Firm, P.C.
Immigration Reform is coming. Be ready to start living your dream. Begin the legalization process by contacting Ryan Cleveland at (229) 243-0900 or filling out the convenient Contact Us Form located on the right side of our website.