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January 2015 Archives

Assisting people who are pursuing U.S. citizenship

For some people, U.S. citizenship is something they have been dreaming of for many years. However, in Corona, California, and across the nation, many immigrants who want to become an American citizen have a number of questions and are unsure of which steps to take. At U.S. Law Center, we extend a helping hand to those who want to learn more about becoming a U.S. citizen and are very familiar with the various legal issues surrounding citizenship.

President's plan could aid unauthorized immigrants in California

When teenagers get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol, their decision could affect them for the rest of their life. Whether they are involved in an accident that causes serious injuries or loss of life or are pulled over and charged with underage drunk driving, it is important for teenagers and their parents to understand the consequences of underage DUI. In Virginia Beach and throughout the state of Virginia, people who are struggling with underage drunk driving charges should closely analyze the ins and outs of their situation and pinpoint the best path forward.

H-visas for temporary nonimmigrant workers

There are many different reasons for nonimmigrant workers to come to the U.S., either on business or for the sake of employment. What some may not know is that there are different types of temporary visa categories that are applicable for different jobs. Because of that, it is important for any worker going into the U.S. to know which category they will need to look into.

Fraud concerns arise for immigrants hoping for citizenship

Riverside immigrants may be excited for the news that U.S. immigration law is in the process of changing. Immigrants are now able to apply for U.S. citizenship at a more efficient pace, with less risk of being deported in the interim. However, there are some downsides to this good news.

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