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US Immigration Law Archives

A look at what relationships are “bona fide” under the travel ban

Many immigrants who live in Riverside County have close relatives that still reside in their country of origin. It is not uncommon for immigrants to seek to have their close family members come to visit them in the United States. However, the narrowed version of the Trump administration’s travel ban approved by the U.S. Supreme Court has barred travel into the country from people from certain countries unless they have a “bona fide” relationship with someone living in the U.S., reports Bloomberg.

15,000 visas to become available for seasonal workers

While some people come to Riverside County from other countries to stay for an extended or permanent basis, others immigrate to the area in order to find temporary work. These types of workers provide vital services to companies that experience an influx of activity during certain times of the year. At US Law Center, we understand that having a full staff during busy seasons is essential to your business’s success.

Enactment of International Entrepreneur Rule pushed back to 2018

California is well-known as a place where tech companies are founded by those looking to create new and innovative products. Many of those who are responsible for some of the most successful businesses in this field came to the United States from other countries. They chose to immigrate to Corona and other communities in order to pursue the opportunity to make their dreams a reality.

3 reasons to update your Form I-20 as an F-1 student

As an international student with an F-1 visa, you might feel concerned about the current political climate regarding immigration. You want to do everything right to ensure you do not lose your immigration status. How can you maintain your immigration status? What happens if you need to change your major, transfer schools or update your address?

The outlook of U.S. immigration

The United States Immigration Law is an ever-changing, complex set of rules that is perhaps more important today than in previous years. California citizens may be wondering about the outlook and potential modifications of this law. The current state of the Immigration Law is still driven by its original mission to reunite families, admit immigrants for various job purposes, and protect refugees.

Detainees’ rights at stake as case ordered to be reheard

Not every immigrant who comes to live in Riverside County may be able to remain in the United States. Some people may not meet the criteria needed to qualify for asylum, while others who are in California legally may be faced with deportation if they are convicted of a crime. At US Law Center, we understand how scary and intimidating it can be when being forced to leave the country is a real possibility.

How can you transition from refugee to successful citizen?

If you are a refugee, transplanted in an unfamiliar country, chances are you are facing uncertainty regarding your future, well-being and personal success. Fortunately, through your determination to overcome the stigma often associated with being a refugee, you can absolutely transition to your newfound freedom, lifestyle and home in California.

Visa applicants’ social media pages can now be vetted

People from other countries come to Corona, California to live for many different reasons. Some may wish to work in the United States, others to attend school and still others may want to be closer to members of their families. Anyone who comes to the U.S. from another country will need to apply for a visa. At US Law Center, we understand that your ability to live in the U.S. is very important to you and that the visa application process can be intimidating.

Man with no criminal background arrested at meeting with USCIS

Some immigrants who reside in Riverside County but do not have the proper paperwork may wish to take measures to obtain legal status. However, given the current state of immigration enforcement, many of those same people are living in fear of being forced to leave the country that they call home before they can obtain proper documentation.

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