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August 2018 Archives

Employment immigration can be beneficial and complex

Immigrating to a new country for any reason can be complicated. There are many rules and steps that need to be followed, and in some cases, the person looking to immigrate and someone from the country the person is immigrating to may need to take actions. This scenario is particularly true for employment immigration.

Citizenship could be at risk for those under USCIS review

With the current state of immigration affairs, many individuals living in California and elsewhere in the country are in fear for their residency. Separations of families, detention, deportation and more have many people feeling on edge. Even parties who have obtained citizenship may not feel safe within these borders.

Journalist seeking asylum detained twice over decade

Living in a hostile country can cause many people to question where life will take them. Some people may face even more hostility due to their chosen professions, and as a result, they may attempt to seek asylum in California and other parts of the United States in hopes of remaining safe. However, many people struggle to achieve this goal.

Proposal to change US immigration law may affect millions

Many people need some type of welfare assistance at some point in their lives, including immigrants legally living in California and other parts of the country. People with disabilities, financial struggles and other difficulties often need to make use of public assistance programs in order to meet their needs. However, potential changes to U.S. immigration law relating to these programs could affect individuals' attempts to obtain citizenship.

How to correct a name when getting U.S. citizenship

The process of becoming a citizen of the United States is long and arduous. It may take years for the process to finalize, and along the way, there are many opportunities for mistakes. One common error many immigrants have to contend with is a misspelled name appearing on a green card, visa or other important document. 

US immigration law: Citizens can help relatives come to US

Living in California and other parts of the United States allows many people to live out their dream lives. Often, individuals come from other countries and gain citizenship in order to make the U.S. their permanent homes. Of course, they may miss their family members who still live abroad, and they may want to find out information on U.S. immigration law and how to help a particular loved one immigrate to the country.

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