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September 2018 Archives

Dates are important when seeking adjustment of status

Wanting to become a permanent resident in the United States may have been a lifelong dream. Of course, the process for those in California and other states can be immensely complex, and knowing the right time to take certain steps is not always clear. Unfortunately, if a person fails to file an adjustment of status petition or take another step of the process at the right time, he or she could face difficulties.

Proposed agreement could help parents seek asylum

At some point, many individuals want to change their lives or seek a new life somewhere else. Commonly, people utilize immigration channels in order to reach their desired destinations. However, it is also common for parties to have difficult times crossing the border into the United States, especially if they are trying to seek asylum.

Fingerprinting is part of the citizenship process

Many people on their immigration journeys in California and across the country are easily overwhelmed by the many steps of the process. They may even come across certain requirements that they were not expecting. However, they know that these steps are important as they work toward obtaining citizenship.

Tips for staying on the right side of U.S. immigration law

Immigrating to the United States is a goal of many people. Of course, it is not an easy journey to take as there are many particular steps to address in regard to U.S. immigration law. Luckily, individuals in California and elsewhere can make efforts to help themselves along the way.

The increase of ICE arrests in courtrooms

There has been a sharp increase in the number of arrests Immigration and Customs Enforcement has conducted over the last year. The agency has utilized new methods to track down and arrest undocumented immigrants, especially in sanctuary states, such as California. Recently, ICE has taken to arresting undocumented immigrants in courtrooms. 

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