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August 2014 Archives

What is the citizenship and naturalization process?

People immigrate to the United States every day. Some may wish to make their stay a temporary one, for employment or school opportunities, while others may wish to make the transition permanent. For immigrants, whether in California or elsewhere across the country, who want a more permanent arrangement, gaining an understanding of the citizenship and naturalization process will be of great importance.

Moving family members to the U.S. -- can I do it?

A major concern for many immigrants in California is the ability to keep their families together. For some, this involves eventually moving family members to the U.S. who may have had to stay behind in their native country for the time being. With the desire to start a new family life in this country, those in this situation may wonder what they can do to get the proper clearance required to bring their family back together.

How do I know what type of employment visa I need?

Individuals from all across the globe often have a desire to obtain gainful employment in the United States. In fact, every year thousands of immigrants are granted the necessary documentation required to work not only in California, but nationwide. Whether their desire is simply to have a temporary growth opportunity or includes hopes of someday making this new work arrangement permanent, an employment visa is necessary to get the process started.

How can I get a removal of conditional residence status?

Many immigrants moving to California are granted a conditional residence status. This status can be granted for a few reasons, but is often granted to married couples which allows families to remain together. When this status is admitted, a green card is issued that is valid for two years. There is then a 90-day window in which a petition can be filed for the removal of conditional residence status.

What are deportation and removal proceedings?

There is a relatively large group of immigrants in California, many of whom have constant fears about the possibility of being deported. It is certainly understandable that those facing deportation and removal proceedings may have numerous questions regarding what these proceedings entail. It is important to note that every case is different and laws may vary slightly depending on individual circumstances, but some basic procedures typically apply to most cases.

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