Working and Other Daily Life Issues for Undocumented Immigrants
Although many immigrants live in the U.S. without lawful immigration status, that doesn't mean they're entirely without rights. If you're in this category, learn more about these rights, and various day-to-day issues, here.
Find out which Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Eastern Europeans, and members of the class action lawsuit known as ABC may, under NACARA, still apply for an old, otherwise unavailable path to a green card known as Suspension of Deportation.
Non-citizen children who have been neglected, abused, or abandoned by a parent may be able to get a green card (U.S. lawful permanent residence) through "Special Immigrant Juvenile Status" (SIJS) This article explains the application process for SIJS for children who are not currently in removal proceedings.