Vail Valley immigration attorneys regularly deal with visa expiration cases

Article CAIRCO note: 
From the Article: "The consequence of over-staying a visa are quite real... People can't get another non-immigrant visa, and therefore often have to go underground."
Article author: 
Scott Miller
Article publisher: 
Vail Daily
Article date: 
19 November 2018
Article category: 
Colorado News
Article Body: 

Calling immigration law complex is a gross understatement. But there's one bit of easy-to-understand advice: keep your documents up to date.

Local immigration attorney Amy Novak said she regularly talks to people who have either over-stayed a visa or somehow want to remain legally in this country.

The problem, she said, is that "If you have overstayed … you no longer have the authority to stay..."



When the attorney states "and therefore often have to go underground" she means criminal aliens disappear illegally into the U.S. 


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