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Reform efforts put immigration laws under scrutiny

The field of immigration and nationality law is facing rapid changes as immigration reform continues to grow as a major issue in the United States.

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Migrants ask for reform

Nearly a hundred people were in Elks Park Tuesday evening to support the reform of immigration laws, which they said were too tough, hurt the countrys economy and kept them from living out the American dream.

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How to Renew Green Card; Fresno Immigration Attorney Green Card Lawyer Citizenship Visa Deportation

How to Renew a Green Card:

Permanent Resident Card, commonly known as a green card, is evidence of your status as a permanent resident with a right to live and work permanently in the United States. It also is evidence of your registration in accordance with U.S. immigration laws. A green card is also called Form I-551.

When to Renew a Green Card
You should renew your green card if you are a permanent resident with a Form I-551 valid for 10 years and the card is either expired or will expire within the next 6 months.

How to Apply To Renew a Green Card
If you are a permanent resident whose 10-year Form I-551 has expired or will expire within the next 6 months, you may renew your green card.

How to Renew a Green Card If You Are Outside the United States
If you are outside the United States and your green card will expire within 6 months (but you will return within 1 year of your departure from the United States and before the card expires), you should file for your renewal card as soon as you return to the United States.

If you are outside of the United States when the card expires and you have not applied for the renewal card prior to your departure, you should contact the nearest U.S. Consulate, USCIS office, or U.S. port of entry.

If you need help on filing an application to renew your Green Card,
Please contact

Immigration Law Offices of Phillip Kim, Inc.
1320 E. Shaw Avenue, Suite 148
Fresno, CA 93710

(559) 761-1040

Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim represents his clients from the Central Valley, Southern California, and Northern California including Fresno County, Kings County, Kern County, Stanislaus County, Tulare County, Merced County, San Joaquin Valley County, Los Angeles County, and the San Francisco Bay area with cities such as Fresno, Clovis, Sanger, Merced, Tulare, Visalia, Modesto, Stockton, Hanford, Lemoore, San Jose, San Francisco, and San Diego.

Moreover, Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim’s clientele has expanded to other states in the United States and to other countries such as Canada, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, France, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Australia, India, the Philippines, South Korea, China, Malaysia, Japan, Taiwan, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Honduras, Colombia, Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Yemen, Iran, Egypt, Afghanistan, etc.

At the Law Offices of Phillip Kim, Inc. we are able to provide a personalized service that is structured to effectively achieve your goals.

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Mr. President, We Are Not Demagogues — Please Talk With Us

A message from Roy Beck In Mexico, Pres. Obama called us a bad name. He was using his appearance in a foreign country to promise that he is determined early next year to “legalize” 12-20 million illegal aliens and put them on a path to U.S. citizenship. He made it pretty clear that he has a lot more admiration for citizens of other countries who break our immigration laws than he does for his own fellow citizens who oppose a blanket amnesty. The New York Times reported that Mr. Obama sai

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USA’s detain & deport crimes worse than Australia’s

There is more evidence that, however unjust and dysfunctional the administration of Australia’s immigration laws was in our recent past, it is being outstripped by what has been happening in the USA. There are more and more examples coming to light in the USA that have echoes of the Cornelia Rau and Vivienne Alvarez debacles of the Howard era in Australia. The reasons these things are happening are similar to causes of the same gross injustices that occured in the adminstration of Austral

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If the Republicans believed in families then the immigration laws wouldn’t be designed to break them apart, and why do the airlines not need customers to stay in business? – they must not since the airlines are gouging the public and not providing the safety measures to arrive with the plane intact –

U.S. relents in 11-year-old girl’s deportation case (CNN) — Eleven-year-old Ewelina Bledniak was looking at a year split from her parents, split from her friends, away from everything she loves about living in America. Ewelina Bledniak hopes to stay in the United States with her parents, Hubert and Agnieszka. The federal government was ready to deport Ewelina to her native Poland because when she was 3 years old, the family missed a deadline to file a key immi