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February 2015 Archives

Reaching out to those who need work visas

For prospective employees, there are many things to take into consideration. However, for those who are trying to secure a work visa in order to begin working in Corona, California, or anywhere else in the United States, employment-related issues can be far more complicated. At U.S. Law Center, we understand the challenges that people who are in this position often face and we work hard to help make employment-based immigration easier for our clients.

Taking a look at the U.S. citizenship application process

For some people, acquiring U.S. citizenship is something they have dreamed about throughout their life. When people decide to turn this dream into a reality, many want to get started as soon as possible, but it is very important for people who are in this position to ensure that they approach the process of becoming an American citizen properly. In Corona, California, and across the nation, becoming a U.S. citizen provides a variety of privileges that are unavailable to those with green cards, such as voting rights and the ability to work for any U.S. employer. However, people should closely review the naturalization process before applying.

Helping families through the immigration process

For some people, dealing with family immigration matters can be particularly stressful. Whether someone wants to reunite with their spouse, sibling or child, people who are in this position usually want to do everything they can to ensure that the immigration process moves forward smoothly. However, some people in Corona and throughout California are not aware of how immigration laws can affect them and have no idea of which steps to take next. At U.S. Law Center, we work hard to help people who are going through this understand their options and identify the best path forward.

Who may be eligible to help relatives immigrate to the U.S.?

When someone wants to help a loved one immigrate to the U.S., they may experience strong emotions and have a number of questions. For example, some may wonder whether or not they are eligible to help relatives immigrate based on their status. In Corona and throughout the state of California, it is very important for people who are dealing with this firsthand to closely review their situation and determine the best course of action.

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