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March 2014 Archives

California employers may want more H-1B visas

When it comes to certain professional areas, there can be at times a lack of qualified personnel that can carry out necessary tasks. As a result, California employers may wish to hire individuals from other countries who could potentially be able to work in the United States on H-1B visas. However, there is a cap on the number of these visas that are allowed, and some companies are hoping that immigration reform could potentially increase that cap.

Investor visas require cash investment and minimum 10 employees

There are multiple ways to enter and remain legally in the United States. Some people looking to establish a residence in California and elsewhere start a business, which may qualify them for investor visas. Those visas can come with a high price tag, however.

Protestors willing to go hungry if it helps immigration reform

California readers of this blog may be interested to learn of a rising trend in protest methods -- the hunger strike. Many protestors are using this age-old method to underscore their fervent belief that immigration reform is needed desperately. By fasting, they hope to draw attention to an issue they say is in critical need of change.

California woman's citizenship and naturalization efforts denied

When someone is applying to be a United States citizen, they retain the right to express their views on war and other topics that might be seen by some as controversial. If they feel it is immoral or unethical to participate in a military effort, it should not affect their citizenship and naturalization efforts. For one California woman that is directly the opposite of what happened.

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