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July 2019 Archives

For noncitizens, voting is often a big mistake

The United States seems to have more polarization than ever before. Because politics often take center stage in nightly newscasts and local cafes alike, you may want to make your voice heard. If you are not a U.S. citizen, though, voting in a federal, state and many local elections may be a big mistake. 

Divorce and your immigration status

There are a number of considerations to mull over if you are thinking about a divorce or you have already begun the process. Aside from legal issues which involve your finances or your children, you may also need to consider the potential implications of ending your marriage with respect to your immigration status. We understand that this can be exceptionally stressful, and unfortunately, some people have felt stuck or trapped in toxic marriages because they are worried about the consequences of ending their marriage regarding their immigration status.

TN nonimmigrant status for Canadian and Mexican professionals

When it comes to obtaining a work visa and moving to California, people who have a higher level of education and/or experience often have more options. Professionals who are citizens of Mexico or Canada have an option not available to foreign nationals from other countries because of the North American Free Trade Agreement. They may qualify for TN nonimmigrant status.

Successfully maneuvering the green card process

For many people, the process of applying for a green card can be time-consuming, full of uncertainty and very stressful. Some people are unable to obtain a green card, and this can be especially frustrating when they would have been qualified for a green card but did not take the right approach to the process. Our law office knows how daunting the green card process can be, but we also know how rewarding it can be for those who have successfully worked their way through the entire process. If you are able to do so, your life may transform in various ways.

Discussing immigration issues with your children

Immigration issues can be tough for all sorts of reasons. These cases can place a great deal of strain on one's emotional health, and an unfavorable outcome could interfere with one's career and their entire outlook on life as well as their future. From deportation to job-related problems, there are a number of potential consequences that people may face as a result of immigration matters. Moreover, these challenges can be especially difficult for those who have kids. If you have kids, they may be worried about what is going on and what may happen, and it is important to help them work through these hurdles as well.

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