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Unlike rest of U.S., California makes life easier for immigrants

It seems that the state of California is doing what the federal government cannot do in terms of passing immigrant friendly legislation. Over the last several months, California has made some important changes in their immigration policies that are set up to actually help illegal immigrants. These changes include some new measures that will help open state-funded scholarships to undocumented students, as well as a law that states that employers are not required to check immigration status via the federal E-Verify program. This is a major step forward in employment immigration law and making California a welcoming place for immigrants.

Govt. employment visa eligibility website now in Spanish

Those who want to work in the United States and are unsure of their eligibility to work are able to check their employment visa online through a free online service called Self Check. But now, the website that is also available in Spanish. The website has also expanded to include 16 additional states, including California.

Workers without green cards the focus of San Diego E-Verify program

Thousands of people come to the United States to find work every year. But in order to do so, many workers come into the country illegally, despite not being eligible for a green card. There has been much discussion on Capitol Hill over the past few years on this issue, and a new immigration law has been proposed that will require employers to verify that their employees are legally permitted to work in the country. California, like many other states, has begun to investigate whether the newly introduced E-verify measures are reasonable.

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