The terms “refugee” and “migrant” are often used interchangeably in the international setting. The two, however, are distinct and “confusing them leads to problems for both populations,” UNHCR says. Who are refugees? Like migrants, refugees leave their home country, but unlike migrants, they are forced to do so because they are at risk of or
You kind of know that both statuses allow people who move to the U.S. to live and work there with long-term rights. However, while holding a lawful permanent residence (green card) is one thing, being a U.S. citizen is totally another. So, let’s find out what the differences between green card and citizenship are. Permanent
All human beings make mistakes, and the judges are not an exception. Nonetheless, if you consider that the court’s decision was made in error, you may contact an experienced and skilled attorney who will fight for your rights. What Kind of Errors May Occur During the Trial? Note that there are a variety of errors
California Deportation Lawyer may help people facing criminal charges in the United States. It is not an easy matter to deal with it and it is especially difficult for immigrants. Sentenced non-US individuals may face deportation because in such cases it is not easy to convince the judge to rule otherwise. However, in California, the judge
Our experienced immigration law attorneys at the Margarian Law Firm represent diverse clientele ranging from individuals to businesses who employ immigrants. That is why we base immigration legal needs of our clients on mutual trust between the attorney and the client. Hence, we treat each of our clients according to their immigration goals and statuses.
Temporary and permanent restraining order is granted in family court, in cases of domestic violence (DV). There is no fee for filing a DV restraining order in California. Once it has been filed, protection is granted by the police officers and criminal courts. In order to file for Domestic Violence Restraining Order in California, you first
According to the announcement of the United States Department of Homeland Security, illegal immigrants who are immediate relatives of United States citizens can submit a Form I-601A application for a “Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver” while they are still in the United States. The Old Rule Until 2001 those living in the USA illegally i.e. entered
How May You Qualify for a Green Card through Employment in CA? U.S immigration law allows foreigners to obtain a green card through employment visas. In order to qualify for employment based green cards, the job must fit into one of the following categories: 1) Employees with Extraordinary Abilities In order to prove it, the