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Citizenship and naturalization process, exceptions available

While the rules and regulations that govern the immigration process can be quite strict, there are a number of exceptions and accommodations available for those who qualify. Immigrants in California may have a lot of questions about the citizenship and naturalization process, including if they might qualify for any of these modifications. In this week's post, we are going to cover a couple of the exceptions available and provide some brief information about who might be eligible to receive them.

What is consular processing and who is eligible?

For those who wish to gain permanent residency status, there are basically two paths that can be utilized to achieve this goal. One way is to apply for an adjustment of status. The other is to use consular processing. Prospective immigrants, who wish to enter California or other areas of the country, may achieve permanent residency status through consular processing -- if they meet certain eligibility requirements and if the appropriate steps are followed.

Immigration scams likely to accompany changes in policies

While many immigrants in California are anxiously waiting for President Obama's executive orders regarding immigration to take effect, it is likely that scammers have already started to make their move. Immigration scams are nothing new. However, far too many people fall for the false promises offered, only to find themselves in a worse position after-the-fact.

Eligibility requirements f visas strict but manageable

You've accomplished something not everyone can say they have -- you've found "the one." Finding the person you want to spend the rest of your life with is no small feat, and it is certainly something to celebrate. However, for California residents whose special someone is a foreign national, getting them into the United States legally may prove to be a frustrating experience. For those in this situation fiancé visas are available but, as with all visas, certain eligibility requirements must be met before these types of visas are approved.

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