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How will the Trump administration affect US immigration?

Obtaining visas and Green Cards in the new era of the Trump administration has become a more cumbersome and pedantic process.

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If you are considering emigrating to the United States and are wondering how the Trump administration may affect your application and approval, we chatted to some immigration experts about particular visas, and when you should go about applying for a Green Card.

For those who are eligible under the DACA program (deferred action for childhood arrivals) and those with Temporary Protected Status, these programmes will, unfortunately, come to an end shortly.

For those in the business visa categories and related Green Card application, the processes are taking longer and there will also be ‘extreme vetting’ in some cases as well as interviews with the applicants before the requisite Green Cards are approved.

If you are a business person or wish to invest in the USA, there are options for you and you should make an inquiry about these. As with everything else related to immigration in the USA presently, these are subject to change relatively quickly.

Of course, those that are from the ‘Terrible 26’ countries (which are mostly Muslim countries), will have additional issues to deal with.

For everyone who is considering a visa or Green Card, now is the time to prepare and file these, as things do not look like they will be improving anytime soon.

Read: 5 reasons why America is a great place to call home or Another real story from a recent expat  

The Law Offices of Grant Kaplan have extensive experience in a variety of areas related to immigration law. They work with a number of experts to help find effective and creative solutions to immigration issues, such as employment-based visas, family-based visas, Green Cards, and citizenship.

The Law Offices of Grant Kaplan offer the services of an attorney with more than 25 years’ experience in the field of immigration law. In addition, they have an entire legal team at their clients’ disposal – most of whom were born outside of the United States. Their personal experiences with the immigration process give them unique insight into the law and enable an empathy for their clients, as they have faced similar issues and experiences themselves.