While a lot of immigration practice focuses on people who are inside the USA with valid status or outside of the US being sponsored for entry, a portion of the practice deals with people who may be present in the United States without status. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/am-i-considered-an-undocumented-citizen-in-2021
These people can be without status because the status expired after they were admitted, or because they entered the country without a visa and without being “inspected or paroled.” While these immigrants are inside the country, they still have certain rights.
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