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January 2015 Archives

Are changes coming to the number of H-1B visas allowed?

Problems with immigration are still considered a hot topic among U.S. lawmakers. While one of the biggest concerns frequently reported has to deal with the number of undocumented immigrants currently living in and coming to the country every year, visa issues are something many would also like to see addressed. When it comes to H-1B visas, which are needed for certain types of employment, approval can be difficult to get. The lack of availability not only hurts immigrants but also employers in California and throughout the country.

Immigration hearings and appeals do not have to be tackled alone

It is sad, but true, that many immigrants living in California feel alone in their fight to remain in the country. Immigration issues are often challenging to tackle, and the laws surrounding these issues can be extremely confusing. Immigrants are entitled to seek legal assistance at any point during their immigration proceedings. This includes during deportation hearings and the appeals process.

Seeking asylum is not an easy or fast process, but is achievable

Numerous immigrants come to California, or other states, looking for a refuge from their native country. While making the claim for asylum may seem easy enough, the process of actually being granted this status can be quite challenging to navigate alone. One family's road to achieving asylum for their young daughters is certainly a story of hope for others who may find themselves in a similar situation.

Moving family members to the U.S. a desire for many immigrants

While many immigrants living in California came with the intent to start a new life and better their situation for themselves and their families, many had to leave their family members behind in order to get started. Once established, moving family members to the U.S. is the next big step most would like to take. Unfortunately, current immigration laws can make this a difficult process.

California immigration issues: Why might a visa be denied?

A number of issues affect those wishing to immigrate to California or any other state in the country. Some may affect those who are wishing to come for the first time, while others may affect those whose current papers are about to expire. Today, we'd like to cover one specific immigration issue -- visa denials.

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