20 episodes

Welcome to The Immigrant Voice podcast! My journey began with captivating interviews with immigrants sharing their stories of their experiences in the U.S. Now, I'm pivoting the format to cover a wide range of topics related to U.S. immigration law.  As a practicing immigration attorney since 2009, I’ll be covering a variety of topics, including topics like how to get a green card through family or employment, updates on recent immigration news and policy changes, insights from my experiences representing clients from around the world, and much more. I'll also answer questions submitted by our listeners and share real-life stories of client cases (anonymously of course and not too specific).
 
Whether you're an individual seeking to immigrate to the U.S., a family member sponsoring a loved one, you're an employer looking to hire foreign talent, you’re wondering how to get legal status in the U.S., or you’re just curious about the U.S. immigration system, this podcast will provide valuable insights about the U.S. immigration system. 
 
So, come join me here as I explore a variety of U.S. immigration topics and where you can stay up-to-date on the latest developments in U.S. immigration law. 

The Immigrant Voice Linh Tran-Layton

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Welcome to The Immigrant Voice podcast! My journey began with captivating interviews with immigrants sharing their stories of their experiences in the U.S. Now, I'm pivoting the format to cover a wide range of topics related to U.S. immigration law.  As a practicing immigration attorney since 2009, I’ll be covering a variety of topics, including topics like how to get a green card through family or employment, updates on recent immigration news and policy changes, insights from my experiences representing clients from around the world, and much more. I'll also answer questions submitted by our listeners and share real-life stories of client cases (anonymously of course and not too specific).
 
Whether you're an individual seeking to immigrate to the U.S., a family member sponsoring a loved one, you're an employer looking to hire foreign talent, you’re wondering how to get legal status in the U.S., or you’re just curious about the U.S. immigration system, this podcast will provide valuable insights about the U.S. immigration system. 
 
So, come join me here as I explore a variety of U.S. immigration topics and where you can stay up-to-date on the latest developments in U.S. immigration law. 

    #19 - DeSantis Florida Immigration Laws, The Dignity Act, and Trump's Statement About Ending Birthright Citizenship

    #19 - DeSantis Florida Immigration Laws, The Dignity Act, and Trump's Statement About Ending Birthright Citizenship

    In this episode, I'll be giving an overview of what the Florida laws that Governor DeSantis signed into law entail; a summary of the key provisions of The Dignity Act, a bipartisan proposed immigration bill that was introduced by Representative Maria Elvira Salazar (R-Florida); and I'll talk about Trump's recent statement that he will end birthright citizenship to children of undocumented parents if he becomes president again.

    • 20 min
    #18 - An Overview of the Family-Based Green Card Process

    #18 - An Overview of the Family-Based Green Card Process

    If you have a family member who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you may be eligible to apply for a green card through family sponsorship. In this episode, I'll discuss the different categories of family-based visas, the requirements for eligibility, and the process of applying for a green card through family. I'll also briefly discuss fiance(e) visas.

    • 26 min
    #17 - Introduction and Overview of My Relaunched Immigration Law Podcast

    #17 - Introduction and Overview of My Relaunched Immigration Law Podcast

    In this episode, I'll introduce myself and my background as an immigration lawyer. I'll also be giving an overview of what listeners can expect from the podcast and discussing why it's important to stay informed about immigration policies and laws.You can follow me here: TikTok: lawyerlinhInstgram: lawyer_linhFacebook: attorneylinh

    • 20 min
    Episode 16 - Aida (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

    Episode 16 - Aida (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

    The Bosnian War took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. Aida was a young girl living there with her parents and sister during that time. She vividly remembers them hiding in their basement while hearing bombs exploding outside and having to stand in long lines for food that was rationed. This became their way of life until they were able to escape. They fled to Norway as refugees, but eventually, they were allowed to resettle in the U.S. as refugees...

    • 1 hr
    Episode 15 - Zubair (Afghanistan)

    Episode 15 - Zubair (Afghanistan)

    Zubair immigrated from Afghanistan to the U.S. only three years ago with his wife and six kids. After a childhood ravaged by war, memories from carnage and fear still follow him today.With constant threats of suicide bombings, a corrupt system, and civil unrest from the Taliban, Zubair would watch his country unravel. Although there were many obstacles, that didn’t stop Zubair from succeeding. He studied law while he lived in Pakistan to become a lawyer. He returned to Afghanistan and pr...

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 14 - Rick (Vietnam)

    Episode 14 - Rick (Vietnam)

    Rick left Vietnam at 12 years old with his sister on a small fishing boat crammed with other people well beyond its maximum capacity. The danger he and his sister were facing was enough for his mother to put them on this boat without her in hopes that they would find safety elsewhere. Not knowing where he would and his sister would end up, imminent danger awaited at sea as he sailed further and further away from his home. His voyage would become a daunting tale of survival. T...

    • 42 min

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Kay lily ,

Very inspiring!

Linh has done a great job interviewing different experiences of migrating to the US! It’s intriguing and I definitely recommend listening!

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