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February 2017 Archives

New federal guidelines issued regarding undocumented immigrants

Like many people who immigrate to California, you may have decided to live in Riverside County in order to seek a better life for you and your family. Anyone who is in the United States without the proper documentation runs the risk of being deported and sent back to their country of origin. At US Law Center, we understand how important staying in the United States is to you.

Bill aims to limit availability of immigrant visas

Many people immigrate to the United States each year come to Riverside County to live and find work. Immigration has become a hot-button issue recently as the new federal administration has aimed to restrict the ability of certain people to travel to the United States. So far much of the focus has been on securing the nation’s borders and deporting undocumented immigrants. Now, a bill has been proposed in the Senate that would limit the number of green cards and visas available each year.

A look at green card holders and where they live

If you are an immigrant living in Corona, California, you may wish to gain permanent residency and remain in the United States forever. A green card is a common way that many people accomplish this. At US Law Center, we understand that staying in the country is important to you and that having the proper credentials is crucial.

New bills proposed in response to executive orders on immigration

Riverside County and Orange County are home to many immigrants who have traveled to the United States hoping to make a fresh start. For those who do not have the proper paperwork, however, the fear of being sent back to their home country looms large.

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