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State Department May Revoke Visa for DUI Arrest without Determination of Guilt

Under the American system of justice, individuals are supposed to be entitled to a presumption of innocence. To be convicted of a crime, you must be found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Unfortunately, things can be far more complicated for nonimmigrant visa holders. In fact, in some cases, adverse action may be taken against visa…

Common Jobs Held By Immigrants in the United States

Recently, Voice of America (VOA) produced a series of maps and charts that showed the wide variety of jobs that are commonly held by immigrants throughout the country. VOA put together this information using a study conducted by the Minnesota Population Center. One particularly interesting map displays the most common job held by immigrants in…

Adjustment of Status: 7 Things You Need to Know About Getting a Green Card Through Marriage

Los Angeles is a city that offers a lot of excitement - there’s always something new to explore. And maybe while you explore the city, you happen to meet someone. You go on a few dates to the Hollywood Bowl or the Santa Monica Pier, and as time goes on, you realize you’re falling in…

Who Are Los Angeles Immigrants?

While Los Angeles is the nation’s second largest city, it contains the country’s largest immigrant population. According to data provided by the California Immigration Policy Center (CIPC), 35 percent of all Los Angeles County residents are immigrants. That means that approximately 3.4 million immigrants live in Los Angeles County. Our vibrant immigrant population ensures that…

Immigrants’ Power in the Upcoming Election

You cannot turn on the television or open a newspaper without seeing updates about the upcoming election. It is no secret that many of the most contentious issues in this year’s election center around immigration and immigrant rights. Unfortunately, even with this much coverage, we still rarely get to hear from immigrants themselves. Immigrants must…