September 16, 2011
The immigration law and practices of the U.S. include many quirks, some that simply chew up valuable staff time, and some that are down-right dangerous; here is one of the latter.
Suppose you are a thoroughly documented illegal alien, now in the U.S., and you want to leave the country and come back legally.
Two questions: Is there a way to do that? And if so, what are your chances of success?
You might think that a rational nation would say to such an illegal: Good riddance, we never want to see you again. But that's not the U.S. policy. Read more...