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April 2016 Archives

What are some of the requirements for an L-1 visa?

When a foreign national wants to enter the United States – whether in California or elsewhere -- for an extended period of time, he or she will likely need a visa. The are numerous visa types, though, and understanding which is needed and what requirements must be met can be rather confusing. In this week's article, this column will focus on the requirements of the L-1 visa.

Millions await SCOTUS immigration decision

Millions of immigrants were thrilled when the president signed an executive order that would help many avoid deportation. Unfortunately, about 25 states challenged the order in court, preventing approximately four to five million people from taking advantage of the proposed program. The immigration issue is now being heard by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), and numerous immigrants in California and across the country are eagerly awaiting the final decision.

Immigration and accusations of marriage fraud

Getting married to a U.S. citizen is just one way that some immigrants try to gain access to the country and obtain permanent residence status or even citizenship. Immigration laws are very strict, however, regarding gaining certain statuses through marriage. Marriage fraud is a real thing, so anyone in California or elsewhere who is seeking to gain citizenship, green cards or any other immigration status through marriage needs to be ready to deal with questions about his or her relationship.

Police charge woman with immigration fraud

A woman in California has been charged with giving legal advice to immigrants without the proper license. The staff members at her immigration consulting firm in Los Angeles are also facing criminal charges. These charges have been made possible after several clients came forward to authorities to complain about the business.

Asylum Q and A

Those who enter the United States seeking asylum, or those who are considering making this type of move, may have a lot of questions about the process. Asylum is not easily or freely granted to just anyone. This particular article will address some common questions asylum seekers may have, whether they currently reside in California or elsewhere.

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