Anyone that has ever traveled outside the country is subject to immigration control because when you’re trying to come back into the country you have to show your passport, whether you’re a citizen or you’re an alien or you just have a green card whatever your condition may be, so that’s number one.
As long as you enter the country legally, you’re considered a legal immigrant. If you want to become a legal immigrant that’s the step where you try to apply from a temporary status to a permanent status. And there’s various ways to do that.
Immigration checkpoints by and large have been held to be legal by the Supreme Court but there are some exceptions. If it’s a fixed border checkpoint within 100miles of the border then they are considered legal.
In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan wreaked havoc on the Philippines. It is the deadliest Philippine typhoon on record claiming at least 6000 lives in the Philippines. On November 15, 2013, USCIS released a statement reminding Filipino nationals impacted by Typhoon Haiyan that they may be eligible to benefit from several immigration benefits.
Selective Service Registration is the process in which an individual provides the Selective Service System with personal information, such as name, address, date of birth, and other related information.
OK, TIME OUT! Its Superbowl time! But, there is an analogy here to U.S. Immigration law and the newly announced March 4, 2013, policy change and directive by Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano last week.