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Asylum versus illegal entry

It may be difficult for people in Washington, D.C. and across the country to fully appreciate what life in other countries may be like. Even those in this country who may face some struggles likely do not normally face fears of torture or being murdered in their daily lives. Unfortunately, for many people in other countries, this is their existence, often prompting many of them to seek asylum in the United States.

Seeking nonimmigrant visas

There are many people who want to come into the United States for a variety of different reasons. However, some people may need certain documentation to travel and remain in the country for a period of time. Having the appropriate nonimmigrant visa can make visiting, studying, or working in Washington, DC and other areas of the country less stressful.

New agreement opens asylum opportunities for separated families

Every year, people travel to the United States, often via Washington, D.C., in search of a better life. Unfortunately, there is a great debate in this country now regarding how many people should be given asylum and under what circumstances. Much of this debate surrounds the current administration's treatment of families that cross the country's southwest border.

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