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Do I need an immigration lawyer for a green card

Do I need an immigration lawyer for a green card?

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With our law firm, you will be getting highly experienced immigration attorneys and legal staff to assist you with your immigration matter. In addition, we are highly regarded my the majority of past clients with a 4.7 stars out of a 5 Stars. In addition, we have over 24 years of never received any… Read More »

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Can green card holders immigrate their parents to the US

Can green card holders immigrate their parents to the US?

By Castillo & Associates |

There are many different legal status categories under immigration law. Each category carries with it different rights and privileges. United States citizens, either by birth or through naturalization, carry more privileges and rights than lawful permanent residents. One notable distinction is who they can sponsor. While U.S. citizens can sponsor their parents living abroad… Read More »

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What is an Immigration “Waiver”

What is an Immigration “Waiver”?

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Immigration law is usually described as a labyrinth because it is confusing and elaborate. Here, we break down what a waiver means in the world of immigration and how you can use a waiver to stay in the U.S. legally. As a general matter, you should always discuss your case with an immigration attorney… Read More »

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What You Need to Know About Family Immigration Petitions

What You Need to Know About Family Immigration Petitions

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U.S. Immigration laws allow family members to request legal status for a qualifying family member. The most common example is when a U.S. citizen marries someone who doesn’t have status. Essentially, the American spouse can pass on their status to their spouse, allowing the couple to live in the U.S. Spouses are not the… Read More »

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California Motorcycle Accidents, Safety Tips, Common Injuries, and What to do After an Accident

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California is known for its postcard-perfect views, incredible beaches, breathtaking coastal routes, awe-inspiring redwoods, national parks, many landmarks, movie stars, surfing, and unbeatable weather, making it the perfect state for motorcyclists. For many, the ease of movement, sense of openness, and agility felt when riding a motorcycle are nearly unparalleled. The reality is, however,… Read More »

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The Dangers of Distracted Driving

The Dangers of Distracted Driving

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Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic gaining momentum on America’s roadways. Over 55,800 citations were issued for distracted driving by the California Highway Patrol (CPH) in 2021. In the same year, over 13,000 collisions were reported in California due to driver inattention, according to preliminary data from the Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System. According… Read More »

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The Most Dangerous Driving Season Tips to Stay Safe

The Most Dangerous Driving Season: Tips to Stay Safe

By Castillo & Associates |

Holidays are typically associated with more car accidents than non-holiday periods, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In fact, Memorial Day to Labor Day is often referred to as the “one hundred deadliest days” of the year, as most auto accidents and fatalities occur during this period, particularly for teenage drivers…. Read More »

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How to maximize my workers' compensation settlement in California

How to maximize my workers’ compensation settlement in California?

By Castillo & Associates |

Work injuries can result in expensive medical bills, lost work time, and stress about paying for living expenses. In case of injury, workers have a legal right to certain benefits provided by employers through workers’ compensation policies. Although workers’ compensation claims can be complex, there are some things you can do to improve the… Read More »

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What is Consular Processing?

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To live in the United States as a lawful permanent resident, you must have an approved visa petition. Upon the approval of an immigrant petition, there are two ways in which you can apply for legal permanent resident status, more commonly referred to as a green card in the US. An adjustment of status… Read More »

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Applying for Residency in The US as An EU citizen

Applying for Residency in The US as An EU citizen

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Tens of millions of immigrants have made the US their home; every year, more plan to move here. For EU citizens looking to move to America, there are several avenues to obtaining residency. Individuals coming to the US from Europe as EU citizens either to travel, seek medical treatment, or for business meetings and… Read More »

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MAKING A FALSE OR FRAUDULENT WORKERS‘ COMPENSATION CLAIM IS A FELONY SUBJECT TO UP TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON OR A FINE OF UP TO $50,000 OR DOUBLE THE VALUE OF THE FRAUD, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, OR BY BOTH IMPRISONMENT AND FINE.” LAB.C. § 5432(A).

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