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January 2019 Archives

Marine accused of violating US immigration law

Serving in the military is an honorable act. Unfortunately, many of the men and women who serve often suffer from serious mental and physical scars due to their experiences. These problems may lead individuals to have difficulty navigating certain situations, and in some cases, they could even end up being accused of violating U.S. immigration law.

Asylum seekers often released from custody without travel plans

Wanting to escape the threats and dangers of their native countries is a reason many individuals come to the United States. They hope to seek asylum and find homes in California and other parts of the country. Unfortunately, the process of finding protection is not easy, and often, immigrants find themselves in immensely difficult situations.

Employment immigration changes possible for H-1B visas

When individuals want to come to the United States for employment reasons, they still have to follow the proper legal steps. Employment immigration is immensely popular as prospective employers and employees alike want to find the best opportunities. Certain visas, like the H-1B, allow individuals to come to California and other parts of the country for specialty occupations.

Shutdown results in hardships for US immigration law cases

The process of entering the United States as an immigrant or dealing with other immigration-related issues is already long and difficult. Unfortunately, many circumstances outside of immigrants' control may only make their journeys an even greater struggle. Numerous individuals in California and across the country are certainly experiencing such issues with U.S. immigration law at the current time.

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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

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Redwood City, CA 94065

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