Immigration Law of the USA.
So attractive for the life and work of people all over the world country & ndash; United States of America & ndash; has one of the most sophisticated and complex systems of immigration law.
The concept of “the right to immigration”, as we have already said, simply does not exist in the US. And immigration is considered a privilege that the US authorities provide to citizens of other countries.
The US immigration law developed mainly in the XIX-XX centuries, however, it originated somewhat earlier.
The first period of mass immigration in the United States belongs to the XVII-XIX centuries. The so-called colonial period is characterized by the fact that the colonies themselves could create immigration rules and laws. As a result, the first serious step in trying to regulate this issue was the Law on Naturalization, adopted in 1790. After a while, another law is passed, restraining high rates of immigration from China.
The twentieth century is marked by the adoption of two more important laws in the field of US immigration law & ndash; The Immigration Act of 1924 and the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Thus, restrictions are imposed on the entry of citizens by country of origin or nationality. That’s when the US Immigration and Naturalization Service (Immigration and Naturalization Service) was created, which was abolished in 2003, and the National Security Ministry replaced it.
The US immigration law is just one of the branches of American law. Nevertheless, the area that is regulated by it is one of the most important in the life of the country. No wonder they say that the US is created by immigrants.
In the intricacies and peculiarities of immigration law, the US can be dealt with on its own, however, if you are serious about immigrating to the US, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the sections on immigrant visas and use the legal online advice of the Milgrom & Associates Group of Lawyers. Experienced Russian-speaking lawyers in the United States will answer your questions and help you solve possible problems related to visa processing.
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