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May 2015 Archives

The role of the L-1B nonimmigrant work visa

When a multinational company wants to relocate one of their foreign employees to a worksite here in California, one option the US Citizenship and Immigration Services offers is the L-1B Visa. This temporary work visa allows the company to transfer an employee who has advanced or specialized knowledge of the company’s products, services, policies or procedures in the foreign market to the U.S. to enhance the business and help it thrive in the global marketplace.

What are K-1 visas?

It is common for people in California who are U.S. citizens to fall in love with and plan to marry people who are not American citizens. When the person who is not a citizen is currently residing outside of the U.S., it can create logistical problems if the couple intends to wed in America. However, fiancés and fiancées of U.S. citizens may be eligible for a K-1 nonimmigrant visa, which would allow them to come to the U.S.

Understanding the process for becoming a U.S. citizen

Perhaps you came to the U.S. for work, to further your education or to be with family. After spending time in America, you may wish to become a U.S. citizen and make your stay more permanent. Regardless of what brought you to the U.S., the naturalization process can be complicated. At U.S. Law Center, we often consult with people in Corona who want to become naturalized citizens, but are unsure of the process. In this post, we will discuss how you go about becoming a citizen of the United States.

How does USCIS conduct background investigations?

From taking a naturalization test to approaching the citizenship application process properly, there are many things for people who want to become a U.S. citizen to keep in mind. However, it is very important for them to understand the importance of informing the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services of any criminal history. For prospective applicants who wish to live or work in Corona or any other California city, it may be helpful to understand how USCIS conducts background investigations.

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