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Recent Posts in US Immigration Law Category

  • California's New Minimum Wage Law Is In Effect

    On January 1, 2016, California's minimum wage was raised from $9 per hour to $10 per hour for most employees. Because there are a few exceptions, it is important to understand how the law may affect you or your business. At $10 per hour, California currently has the highest state minimum wage in the country. Employers governed by state and federal laws are required to comply with the law that is ...
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  • EB-1 Petition

    EB-1 (Employment based First Preference Immigration petition) is an immigration petition for those people who are recognized as being at the very top of their field and are coming to the United States to continue their work in that field. EB-1 is intended for "priority workers", and is relatively faster route, compared to all other employment based immigrant petitions. Unlike, most EB-2 and EB-3 ...
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  • Many Small Businesses Edged Out Of H-1B Visa Program

    California is home to some of the most innovative companies in the world. And because technology is at the heart of many of these businesses, recruiting top-notch talent is not always easy. In some cases, employers must look outside the United States for the particular workers that will best meet their business needs. In theory, hiring highly skilled foreign workers to work in the U.S. should be ...
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  • New California Law Helps Immigrant Victims Of Crime

    Undocumented immigrants in California and throughout the United States are eligible for a special visa if they have been the victim of a crime. The U-visa can make a significant impact on a person's life, but some requirements need to be met before a victim can obtain a U-visa. Law enforcement officials needed to sign paperwork to document the crime and their investigation during a victim's ...
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  • U.S. Called Upon To Take In More Syrians Seeking Asylum

    The civil war in Syria coupled with ongoing conflicts in other Middle Eastern and North African nations has resulted in millions of refugees fleeing to Europe. For the estimated four million Syrian refugees desperate to escape the stark realities of war and violence, many regard the perilous voyage to Europe as their only hope of staying alive and rebuilding their lives. For many Americans, the ...
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