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We have been devoted exclusively to the practice of U.S. Immigration and Nationality law for nearly 40 years. Our Los Angeles Immigration Lawyers and our San Francisco Immigration Lawyers are Certified Legal Specialists that are dedicated to assisting individuals in everything ranging from green cards to deportation and from visas to United States citizenship. Our Los Angeles Immigration Law Office and our San Francisco Immigration Law Office also represent businesses with PERM Labor Certifications and H-1Bs and work visas and all other forms of employment immigration. We also have an immigration law office in the United States in Las Vegas and international offices in the Philippines and China. Our attorneys are experienced, dedicated, and knowledgeable in all areas of immigration. Contact us today to find a good immigration lawyer in Los Angeles, CA.

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  • HUD Proposes to Evict Citizens and Immigrants from Public Housing if They Have Undocumented Family Members
    April 24 2019

    An estimated 25,000 families in public housing are of mixed-status, meaning that at least one family member is a citizen, legal permanent resident, or refugee and another member is undocumented. Although undocumented immigrants do not qualify for housing benefits, current rules allow them to live with their families who do qualify. However, this may soon […] The post HUD Proposes to Evict Citizens and Immigrants from Public Housing if They Have Undocumented Family Members appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • USCIS Says Immigrants Who Use Legal Marijuana Can Be Denied Citizenship for ‘Lacking Good Moral Character’
    April 23 2019

    Under a new guidance issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), immigrants may find themselves barred from obtaining citizenship if they possess or use marijuana—even if doing so is legal where they live. The new policy also clarifies that even employment in the industry can prevent an immigrant from being a naturalized citizen. As […] The post USCIS Says Immigrants Who Use Legal Marijuana Can Be Denied Citizenship for ‘Lacking Good Moral Character’ appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]

  • Tuition Equity Policies for Immigrant Students Continue to Advance at the State Level
    April 22 2019

    Attending a four-year public college or university is out of reach for many students without U.S. citizenship. But thanks to a growing number of new state laws—which make certain students eligible for in-state tuition rates—many more college hopefuls may be able to pursue higher education. There is a notable trend among the many immigration-related bills […] The post Tuition Equity Policies for Immigrant Students Continue to Advance at the State Level appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]