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.
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.
One of the easiest ways to become a permanent resident may be through your spouse if he is a U.S. citizen. However, if your life in California has become miserable because of domestic violence, the cost of becoming a citizen may be too high. According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, you may be eligible to receive protection without losing your status.
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.
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.