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March 2019 Archives

Mistakes could derail adjustment of status process

Many immigrants come to California and other parts of the United States and find love. As a result, they may want to marry individuals who are already U.S. citizens. This action could change many aspects of their lives, including their immigration status. Of course, as with any type of adjustment of status, the correct steps need to be taken.

Policy changes re US immigration law cause concern for victims

When a California resident is a victim of a crime, the aftermath can cause much fear and turmoil. When the victim is an immigrant who did not enter the country legally, the situation can be even more frightening. These individuals may fear deportation and other negative consequences for reporting the crimes. Fortunately, U-visas can help immigrant crime victims if they meet certain stipulations, but unfortunately, policy changes relating to U.S. immigration law are putting those victims at risk.

Seeking asylum is often a leap of faith

Many people believe that seeking protection in another country could help them escape the perils of their homelands. While this certainly can be the case in some situations, it is important to remember that seeking asylum in California and other parts of the United States involves meeting certain stipulations. Unfortunately, the process can be difficult.

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