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November 2018 Archives

Trying to comply with US immigration law leads to man's arrest

Numerous people face a great deal of turmoil and uncertainty when it comes to their immigration status. Unfortunately, U.S. immigration law is complicated, and even when parties think they are complying with the law, they could end up facing negative repercussions. In some scenarios, they could even be arrested or deported.

Woman obtains US citizenship at the age of 106

Most California residents have goals in life they hope to achieve. As many people get older, they may begin to think that they will miss out on reaching those goals. However, even people of older ages can work toward making their dreams come true, especially if those dreams involve obtaining citizenship in the United States.

Proposed asylum changes lead to controversy

For some immigrants, coming to the United States is not only a desire, but it is also a need. Many individuals face persecution in their countries of origin that they want and need to escape. As a result, they may come to California or other parts of the country in hopes of seeking asylum. However, the current presidential administration is currently eying changes to this protection.

Preparing for a marriage based green card interview

If you have applied for a green card based on your marriage to a United States citizen, it is important to know the right steps to take. Typically, the main issue in most such cases is proving that the marriage is bona fide. Without knowing what type of information the authorities expect to see, even couples who have been together for a long time can inadvertently raise suspicions. 

Proposed changes may impact employment immigration

Many people from other countries come to California and other parts of the United States in order to work. Though employment immigration is complex, many immigrants obtain the ability to work in their desired fields after obtaining the proper work visas. Commonly, these workers bring their families to the United States, or they follow soon after.

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