Immigration Law

Overview of Immigration Law

Immigration Law

Animals have been migrating from one country to other since their existence due to the obvious reasons like food, shelter, reproduction and weather conditions. The reason of immigration in case of human beings are quite similar like weather conditions, job opportunities, per capita income, peace, education, crime etc. The movement of people from one country to other in order to find a suitable place to live, work, settle, especially as citizens or permanent residents. As suggested by economic research, migration is beneficial to both: sending and receiving countries. India, especially Punjab region is known for the number of immigrants settled abroad.  Immigration Law is the field of law dealing with various requirements and implications of Immigration.

Immigration to any country would be regulated by its own laws, international treaties and conventions including United Nations Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966).

Most suitable countries in the recent times for immigration are USA, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Germany, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Brazil, Russia, Argentina, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. Immigration law, procedure, requirements and time varies from country to country. Usually, after clearance of the legal process which includes personal verification, documents scrutiny and interview, the applicant is granted permanent residency (PR) and after complying with the requirements of a particular country, citizenship is granted. If PR is denied to an applicant, most of the countries have a system of appeal.

Before applying PR/ citizenship of any country, it is advisable to understand the process of application, requirements, various categories, finances and qualification. Our best advocates in Chandigarh for immigration law ensure that your application meets all the requirements. The history of the applicant including criminal record and character has a huge impact on the immigration. In most of the western countries, drink driving offences are dealt very seriously during immigration. While applying for immigration, the applicant must disclose all the details truthfully in the form. Any false detail or concealment will result in rejection. Most common mistake, don’t fall under the trap of illegal immigration. The team of our best immigration lawyers in Chandigarh deal with the most difficult cases of appeals upon refusal of Visa. We advice that timely and informed action must be taken in cases of refusal.

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In Immigration Law, Permanent Residence On August 23, 2017

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In Dual Citizenship, Immigration Law On August 23, 2017

When an individual holds citizenship of more than one country he is said to have dual citizenship. Indian constitution bars individuals from holding citizenship of another country while they are citizens of India. As soon as an Indian Citizen acquire c …

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REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1277 OF 2014 (@SPECIAL LEAVE PETITION (CRL.) No.9127 of 2013) ARNESH KUMAR ….. APPELLANT VERSUS STATE OF BIHAR & ANR. …. RESPONDENTS J U D G M E N T Ch …

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