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December 2018 Archives

Benefits of obtaining US citizenship

Many people call California and other parts of the United States their home even though they were born elsewhere. Though numerous individuals have a different country of origin, they have lived in the United States, built their lives and developed a loyalty that has made them want to stay permanently. Additionally, a considerable number of these people also want to obtain citizenship.

Administration looking to appeal restraining order on asylum ban

Many people live their lives in fear. In some cases, individuals take drastic actions in hopes of escaping imminent danger, like leaving their home countries to seek asylum elsewhere. While numerous people come to the United States in hopes of finding safety in California or other states, they often face roadblocks along the way.

US immigration law: Citizens often held in ICE custody

Dealing with any type of immigration issue can be difficult for people in California and elsewhere. It can be even more challenging to find a resolution to an issue if a person is working alone. Unfortunately, even citizens may find themselves at odds with or even detained by immigration authorities, which is a violation of U.S. immigration law.

It can take decades for individuals to become US citizens

Most people in California and around the world have dreams they hope to one day achieve. In some cases, those dreams can be turned into a reality much quicker than others, especially if certain procedures must be followed for the others. In particular, individuals dreaming to become citizens of the United States often have to wait several years before completing the process.

Are you ready to file a Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker?

Let us say your company has won the bid for building a water distribution system and you need a civil engineer to work in the design phase of the project. Your boss has someone in mind, a foreign national who has the experience to handle this kind of project. To begin the hiring process, you must file Form I-129 to bring this person to the U.S. on the H-1B visa.

Proposed plan may keep those seeking asylum out of the country

Lately, it seems as if there are new plans in the works every day to address certain aspects of immigration. In particular, changes to policies involving asylum have many individuals in California and elsewhere immensely concerned. Any change to immigration policies can significantly impact people who are simply trying to find a safe haven.

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