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June 2018 Archives

U.S. immigration law enforcement may not always seem right

Immigration has many tricky areas. Even individuals who want to legally enter and live in California and other parts of the United States can have a difficult time navigating the process. Unfortunately, some individuals can face serious issues due to certain aspects of U.S. immigration law, and they may need legal assistance in order to address their situations.

Changes to asylum laws could impact thousands of immigrants

When individuals are facing substantial threats in their homelands, they often have no other choice but to leave. As a result, numerous people attempt to come to California and other places in the United States in hopes of seeking asylum. While beneficial, this protection can be difficult to obtain, and changes to immigration law can have major impacts on those seeking help.

Visas for employment immigration have preference categories

When individuals from other countries want to come work in California and other parts of the United States, they have to go through the proper legal channels. Employment immigration has many aspects, but some parties may be able to obtain visas that allow them to enter the country to work. There are various preference categories for these limited visas, with the most sought after individuals landing in the First Preference EB-1.

Specific categories could impact journey to permanent residency

Though many people enter the country on visas, if they want to legally remain, many steps need taking. In particular, people from other countries often want to obtain permanent residency in the United States by gaining a green card. There are several eligibility categories through which individuals in California and across the country could apply for a green card.

Backlogs in U.S. immigration law courts leave many in limbo

Immigration is a tricky issue. Even when individuals attempt to enter and live in California and other parts of the country through legal means, they can face complications and the possibility of deportation. U.S. immigration law is complex, and the court systems have significant backlogs for a variety of immigration cases, including those who entered the country seeking asylum or for other reasons.

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