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August 2015 Archives

Citizenship and naturalization testing: Things to know

Immigrants are often put through the ringer, so to speak, when it comes to obtaining U.S. Citizenship. The application and interview processes are understandable, but some may question the testing that is involved before citizenship and naturalization applications are approved. For those residing in California and elsewhere who are considering becoming a citizen of the United States, here are a few things that should be known about the required testing.

Assistance with green cards for investing in certain ventures?

Wouldn't it be nice to get a green card without having to go through the traditional channels? Well, for those who can afford to invest in certain business ventures in the United States, a certain visa program does make this type of assistance with green cards a possibility. Unfortunately, there have been several fraud investigations opened as a result of issues with the program. One company being investigated is actually located in California.

Help is available to those working through immigrantion appeals

Fear of deportation is something that affects all immigrants in California and across the country who do not have the necessary paperwork and approval to live in the United States. The number of people in this category is in the millions, and that is a lot of individuals and families that can be taken from everything that they love due to immigrantion issues that are often relatively minor. For anyone who is faced with deportation, for whatever the reason, it is possible to start the appeals process in order to fight deportation and removal.

California immigrantion: Visa plan could help millions of people

Obtaining documentation to live and work in the United States can be a much harder task than many people seem to realize. However, it was recently reported that U.S. immigrantion officials have big plans for issuing visas over the next decade. Current and potential immigrants, in California and elsewhere, can take steps to try to secure these visas and, eventually, take further actions to try to receive status adjustments.

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