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March 2018 Archives

U.S. immigration law: Military service does not equal citizenship

While wanting to become a United States citizen is an admirable goal, it is far from easy. Even individuals who care so much for this country that they put their lives on the line by providing military service may still face deportation due to U.S. immigration law. Unfortunately, a misunderstanding of these laws may cause anyone, including California residents, to believe that military service equals U.S. citizenship, but that is not the case.

Those seeking asylum face long, difficult roads

Feeling trapped in a frightening situation can leave many people feeling out of options. As a result, they may decide to take drastic measures in hopes of getting themselves and their families to safety. For some individuals from other countries, seeking asylum in the United States may be a risky but hopeful effort to leave dangers behind them.

Couple seeking adjustment of status face deportation instead

Many immigrants want to do their best to obtain a permanent place in the United States. Unfortunately, the task of seeking an adjustment of status can be difficult. Without the right information, some individuals may think that they are taking proper steps toward obtaining a visa, but in reality, they may not be helping themselves as much as they think.

DACA survives thanks to Supreme Court

If you are a DREAMer in California, the recent spate of nationwide deportations probably has put you in a state of near panic. You may be constantly looking over your shoulder wondering if and when ICE officials will swoop down on you. Take a deep breath. If you are a DACA enrollee, the Supreme Court may have just given you a reprieve.

Lawsuit filed in relation to TPS and permanent residency

Wanting to obtain a green card to become a permanent resident in the United States is a goal for many immigrants. Unfortunately, the path to permanent residency can be long and difficult, and as a result, many people may feel held back from certain opportunities. When additional complications arise on this path, some parties may not know what to do.

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