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Tips for finding a job in the U.S. as an immigrant

Immigration is a topic full of debate in the political world. But despite the arguments surrounding the issue, in most cases, immigrants just want better lives for themselves and their families. If you are an immigrant looking for a job in the United States, you may feel fearful and uncertain.

How difficult is the naturalization test?

If you are an immigrant living in California, you may wish to apply for U.S. citizenship at some point. You receive many benefits from becoming a naturalized citizen, not the least of which is that you no longer need worry about your immigration status or if all your papers are up-to-date and otherwise in order. As the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services explain, however, in order to become an American citizen, you must successfully pass a naturalization test.

Will DACA changes impact employment?

There is a lot in the news about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which you may know better as DACA. This program has helped countless people who were brought into this country illegally as children to remain in the country. According to Business Insider, DACAs main purpose is to help them be able to legally work despite their illegal status. If you are working in California under the program, you have a right to be concerned about your employment future.

What is adjustment of status?

Whether you have moved to the United States to pursue your dream or you want to move closer to family, there are several methods you can use to gain permanent resident status in the country. According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, you may go through the adjustment of status process if you are already in the United States. Consular processing must be used if you are currently located outside the country. Before you can apply, however, you must determine if you qualify under one of the green card eligibility categories.

What are some common reasons your visa might be denied?

Whether you are taking the first steps toward obtaining United States citizenship or permanent residency, or applying for permission to visit America, your first step is gaining a visa. This process can be complex and daunting for those wishing to visit California, and it may help to understand some of the reasons your visa application could be denied.

Study looks at number of H-1B visas awarded to immigrants

The United States government awards a number of H1-B visas to out of country workers who travel to the U.S. for highly-skilled jobs. These immigrants are allowed to stay in the country while they are working to share their knowledge with United States based companies. Most workers who are given these types of visas are well-educated, holding bachelors, masters and doctorate degrees in their areas of expertise. Many have complex skill-sets, like computer science, engineering or mathematics.

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