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October 2019 Archives

A look at Guatemala as a safe third country

Some California residents may be curious to see how the "safe third country" deal will play out. It seems that the Trump administration is getting closer to finalizing this agreement, which means that sending asylum-seekers who arrive at U.S. borders back to Guatemala could take place sooner than later.

A look at the opposition between civil rights and immigration

While many are questioning how the process of immigration could be made more doable and efficient for families in California, there appear to be numerous hurdles that must first be overcome in finding a viable solution. With a growing number of families who are affected by policies that are keeping them separated from each other, many are seeking a solution that offers immediate relief. 

California immigrants have resources available to learn English

No matter how far you traveled or how long you planned ahead of time to come to the United States to live and work, you undoubtedly encountered a few challenges in the process. If learning English as a second language is new to you, you might experience frustration or confusion as you settle into life in California. Public situations, like being a grocery store line, for instance, can try your patience if you have trouble understanding what the clerk or people around you are saying.

Keeping the American dream alive

For almost the entirety of its existence as a country, people around the world have dreamt of coming to America to make a better life for themselves. Between our efforts at U.S. Law Center here in California and your vision as an employer, we believe that we can continue to foster that dream for generations to come.

What are the green card eligibility categories?

There are many diverse paths to citizenship for people living outside of the U.S. To obtain a green card, which allows permanent legal residency, you must fit into one of the eligibility categories. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services explains a few of these categories so you can make a determination about your future. 

How can I deal with stress after emigrating?

Stress can be caused by many different circumstances. This is especially pertinent for people who've emigrated to the U.S. from another country, who may experience stress about their new living situation or the legal hurdles associated with the immigration process. Because stress can impact both your mental and physical health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer the following advice. 

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