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May 2011 Archives

California immigrant faces deportation

Many immigrants seek assistance when it comes to integration into the United States. Protecting the right for immigrants to both work and live in the U.S. requires adherence to a host of laws and legal parameters. Whether an immigrant is brand new to America or has been living and working in the U.S. for a number of years, certain events could lead to his or her deportation from the country.

A hard path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants

Few options are available to people who want to become legal residents who arrive without documentation from Mexico to California for work and, or business related purposes. Many immigrants come to California seeking cheap labor jobs. They often come here alone hoping to become legal residents, and they often arrive without documentation, thereby needing to acquire citizenship.

California man denied asylum, faces deportation

Last year, a man was arrested for alleged immigrations violations. He and three others had been former soldiers suspected of involvement with a massacre in Guatemala in 1982. His arrest meant that he could be deported and sent back to Guatemala.

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