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January 2014 Archives

Man denied asylum after failing judge's bible test

People immigrate to California and other states for a variety of reasons. Some come to join family members who arrived here before they did. Others want the chance for a better economic future. Still others come for religious asylum, seeking the religious freedom they cannot find in their home country.

California DMV to grant licenses regardless of citizenship status

The rights of undocumented immigrants are expanding in California with a newly-enacted law concerning driver's licenses. Starting in 2015, the new law gives immigrants living in California the right to apply for a valid driver's license. This will be possible regardless of the applicant's immigration lawclinic.com/Family-Based-Immigration/">citizenship status.

Importance of immigration reform touted at California event

The Secretary of Commerce spoke recently at a California event and proclaimed her belief that immigration reform must be a top priority if America is going to flourish. The Secretary, whose family came to the United States from Russia years ago, said the issue has moral as well as economic ramifications. She said she believes immigration reform will bring economic opportunities for everyone.

Citizenship and naturalization issues no more for California man

California readers are likely well aware of the difficulties that many immigrants to the United States face after first entering our borders. For many people, citizenship and naturalization can take months or even years to process and be applied to them. For one California man, more than two decades have passed since his father submitted a petition for a visa for him. A backlog of such applications resulted in the man never receiving a visa. Fortunately, the law has been on this man's side, as he recently has achieved his dream of practicing law in the United States.

California immigration law now protects more illegal immigrants

In light of reform to immigration laws, there are some changes that are set to take place. As of 2014, illegal immigrants will be granted more protection and rights under new California immigration laws. One of the laws includes minimum wage being raised to $9 per hour.

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