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July 2018 Archives

Changes to US immigration law may affect visa denials

Many people seek visas in hopes of entering California and other parts of the United States for a variety of reasons. Of course, the process for obtaining a visa is not always easy, and U.S. immigration law can often make the entire journey a complicated one. If individuals do not understand the laws surrounding their applications and changes made, they may end up making mistakes or facing denials.

Citizenship test involves multiple parts

Becoming a U.S. citizen is a major step in any immigrant's life. People in California and across the country may work toward this goal for years in hopes of obtaining the citizenship they desire. Of course, this journey has its difficulties, and one part of the process that individuals must go through is the naturalization test.

US immigration law greatly impacts families

Moving to a new country can be a scary and long process. For some individuals who are in danger or are facing other difficult circumstances in their homelands, they may not have time to fully plan their efforts to enter the United States. As a result, they may end up detained by officials for violations of U.S. immigration law.

Thousands gain citizenship on Independence Day

Many people feel a great deal of pride for the country they call home. For individuals who have come to California and other parts of the United States from different countries, they may want to show their pride and dedication by obtaining citizenship. Though no easy task, the end result can be rewarding.

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Oakland, CA 94612

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San Jose, CA 95131

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Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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Walnut Creek, CA 94956

Phone: 925-330-1132
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Redwood City, CA 94065

Phone: 650-670-2545
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