Airport Terminal Hall With Walking TravelersImmigration law controls all aspects of how a person is able to travel from one country to another and how they might remain in the country. Each country has its own rules on who can come in and stay. Examples of immigration law that may sound familiar are obtaining a visa, citizenship or permission to stay permanently.

It is mainly an application process; you will need to fill out various forms and submit them to the relevant departments. Sometimes you may also be required to attend an interview with an immigration officer. Entry to a country is given on an individual basis. Some may gain entry with ease but others may find difficulty due to factors such as the country they are emigrating from, their person circumstances or other issues such as family, work or qualifications. The process can actually be rather time-consuming and complex and seem daunting. But by educating yourself on the process, and maybe speaking to a lawyer, you can ensure that it is all done correctly.

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