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October 2015 Archives

What are the current California state laws regarding immigration?

California, in general, is an immigrant-friendly state. Yes, deportations do happen, but, overall, laws are being passed frequently that are intended to help those who are residing in the state without proper documentation. So, what are the current state laws regarding immigration?

How can I get and adjustment of status?

For immigrants in California or elsewhere, seeking status adjustments is something most would like to do as soon as they are legally able. Obtaining an adjustment of status, however, can be quite the process. Having legal assistance along the way may prove to be extremely valuable, as the experience and knowledge offered can help prevent any errors and assist with any issues that may arise.

Drug crimes and deportation and removal proceedings

The Governor of California recently signed into law a bill that would help immigrants avoid deportation for low-level drug offenses. Unfortunately, another bill along that same line was vetoed and could result in numerous immigrants facing deportation and removal proceedings. Thankfully, these individuals are entitled to legal representation and have the ability to fight for the right to remain in the country.

Who is most likely to be granted employment immigration visas?

Those who wish to enter the United States for employment purposes may find this can actually be difficult to accomplish. Employment immigration, just like everything else, is extremely regulated. Only select individuals tend to be granted the appropriate visas needed to secure jobs, whether in California or elsewhere across the country.

Syrian refugee seeking asylum in the United States

A man, currently in his early 30s, left his home country some time ago in order to avoid being drafted into the army. He wanted a better life for himself and his family, but he did not agree with the fighting that was continually getting worse in Syria and believed that leaving was his best option. In 2012, he left everything he knew for another country. In 2014, he eventually made his way to the United States, entering at the border in California, with the hope of achieving asylum.

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