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February 2015 Archives

Immigration attorney can help with obtaining a status adjustment

The state of California often serves as a hub for those wanting to start a new life on American soil. While there are those who only wish to stay for a brief period of time, there are others who truly want to make the United States their new home. Working through the immigration process to make that happen can be a difficult, confusing and emotional experience. An immigration attorney may be able to help make it easier to handle.

Executive action on immigration put on hold after court ruling

Some would say President Obama made a bold move when deciding to use executive powers to help about 5 million immigrants currently living in the country. Even though the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) would only help a small amount of immigrants currently in the country, including many living in California, those who thought they qualified under this executive action were already working on the application process. However, this immigration policy has been questioned by many U.S. lawmakers and was recently blocked by a judge.

Representation for detainees is available to California immgrants

Immigrants who come to the United States face a number of challenges. These start with the hardships suffered to gain access to the country. After successfully making it onto American soil, obtaining the legal rights to stay is not an easy task. While many undocumented immigrants can live under the radar for some time, the fear of deportation is ever present. Those who are picked up by immigration enforcement may feel there is little they can do, but legal representation for detainees is available and may actually help immigrants in their fight to remain in the country -- whether that is in California or elsewhere.

What do you need to apply for citizenship and naturalization?

Immigrants who are currently living in California will likely have a lot of questions regarding their immigration statuses and how to transition from immigrant to citizen. Achieving citizenship and naturalization is not something that can be done overnight. It takes time, and the process can be somewhat intimidating. Before beginning the process, it is important to know which documents are required when applying for U.S. citizenship.

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