We have covered a variety of topics related to family immigration on this blog, but some people have an especially hard time with respect to immigration matters. For example, those who have young kids may be under an incredible amount of stress, and they may also struggle with helping their children work through these concerning issues. For example, some children are too young to understand what is going on, and communication can be very hard. Not to mention, kids often have difficult issues of their own to work through (such as problems at school) which can make this situation even more troubling.
For starters, it is important to look at this issue from your child's point of view. Try to understand what they are going through and provide them with some reassurance. You may not be able to answer all of their questions, but it is very helpful for you to do your best to give them answers as well as reassurance. Whether you run the risk of deportation or you are worried about your entire family being sent out of the country, we know how tough this situation can be.
With children in the picture, it is especially important for you to do everything in your power to reach an outcome that is favorable. Sometimes, certain facets of an immigration case are out of one's control, but you may have a number of options and the way that you approach your case could make a world of difference for the future of your children.