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DACA and employment immigration

On this blog, we have discussed many of the different challenges that arise for immigrants and those they love. Whether someone is pursuing citizenship or simply wants to visit the country as a tourist or to participate in a family event, people encounter immigration-related difficulties in many different ways. Recently, some people in Corona and across California have been extremely stressed out over changes that were announced with DACA. For those affected by this decision, life may change in many different ways.

DACA beneficiaries’ deadlines and Congress’ time to legislate

Many beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in California worry more than ever about their legal status in the United States. While most worried all along because they always lacked legal status, they enjoyed the unlegislated, protective but in-limbo nature of DACA.

FAQs about the future of DACA

Earlier this month, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made an announcement that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program put into place by the Obama administration may be coming to an end under the Trump administration. Recipients of the program, known as dreamers, met this decision with outrage, anguish and fear. However, since the announcement, the future of DACA has become even more confusing. 

What do I need to know about applying for a fiancé visa?

Finding the person who you want to marry is a big deal. It is a huge step and planning a wedding can be complicated. If the person you wish to marry lives outside the United States and you want to bring him or her to Riverside County to marry and live with you, it can be even more so. Here is what you need to know about applying for a fiancé visa.

Sanctuary state bill earns support from police chiefs

While immigration is an important and timely topic that concerns people all across the United States, California is home to an especially large number of residents from other countries. Therefore, the state and its municipalities are constantly seeking to amend and adapt laws and policies with this in mind.

DACA is ending but there may be hope for those affected

When the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was launched by President Barack Obama, it aimed to help people who immigrated to Riverside County and other areas as children to obtain work permits and avoid deportation. President Donald Trump has announced that the program will be ending and has given Congress six months to pass a legislative solution. According to NPR, there are a few different versions of what such a solution may look like.

Trump ends DACA - Key dates you need to know

The Trump administration announced the end of an important program put in place by the Obama administration. DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, gave deportation relief and work permits to approximately 800,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as children.

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