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November 2014 Archives

Federal detainers become less effective but deportation still a risk

In Riverside, deportation is still an issue that the immigrant community is battling against. While the immigration community itself is very large and California has some semblance of protection through detainer cooperation refusal, there are still many immigrants who get deported every week.

What to be aware of when seeking asylum

If you have migrated to the U.S., it may be because you wish to escape turmoil or danger in your home country. At U.S. Law Center, we understand that you would like to avoid being sent back to a country that you do not feel safe in. We will work to provide you with information that you can use to  become more aware of your current options.

Requirements necessary to apply for an O Visa

There are many different types of visas that may be available to you if you wish to visit the U.S. One type is called the O Visa for the Artist or Athlete, otherwise known as the Extraordinary Ability O Visa. However, there are certain requirements that you must meet if you are interested in this visa type.

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