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May 2015 Archives

California immigration: Immigrants have rights too

Undocumented immigrants who are currently living in California or other areas of the country are, more than likely, in constant fear of being deported. These individuals just want a better life for themselves and their family members. However, working through the immigration process can take time, and it is unfortunate that numerous people are detained before they are able to obtain the necessary papers to remain in the country.

Online immigration applications programs -- good or bad?

Anyone, in California or elsewhere, who has been or is currently going through the immigration process alone, could probably attest to how time consuming it is to figure out the current system. Even when one thinks he or she has it all figured out, making even the tiniest of mistakes on an application can have major consequences. Accessing, filling out and filing immigration applications should not be so confusing. Will changes be made to the system anytime soon?

California deportation and removal proceedings: deportations down

Immigration is, and has been for some time, a hot topic among federal lawmakers. While small steps are taken every so often that improve the lives of undocumented immigrants, sweeping reform is really needed to appropriately help those who desire to make the United States their official home and reduce the fear of deportation. Many undocumented individuals in California are seeing more help than others across the country, but overall, fewer immigrants nationwide seem to be facing deportation and removal proceedings.

What is an O-visa and who may be eligible to receive one?

With so many types of visas available to those wishing to enter the United States, it can be extremely confusing to know which one is really needed. For those seeking entry for work, whether in California or elsewhere, the O-visa is one that can be granted for employment purposes. There are, of course, strict eligibility requirements that must be met before this type of visa will be granted.

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