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How to Get a Work Permit in California?



How to Get a Work Permit in California? 

ASYLUM TO GET A WORK PERMIT

Don't file asylum just to get an employment authorization - hundreds of thousands of central Americans and others filed hundreds of thousands fake asylum applications in the 1980s and 1990s and even a few years back because they were told by asylum preparers that they would get a work permit. Happy to get an opportunity to work legally rather than for cash, these asylum applicants signed hundreds of thousands of fraudulent asylum applications without even reading or/and understanding what asylum meant. Many of these asylum applicants did get their work permits and for many years were enjoying the temporary period of relative peace and well-being until finally they started getting their asylum interview notices. In the past few years tens of thousands of these asylum applicants have been called for their asylum interviews and unless they qualified for NACARA, they were referred to immigration court for removal proceedings. Clearly, the fake asylum applicants could not establish a well founded fear of persecution on account of race, ethnic origin, religion, social group membership or religion, they did not even know the definition of asylum, never been persecuted and did not know what was really written in their asylum application. Now, at the Los Angeles Asylum Office 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 these unsuspecting undocumented immigrants faced the moment of truth - they realized what the notarios have done to them by filing a fraudulent asylum for them - the notarios placed the asylum applicants in removal proceedings. It is one thing to file for asylum before april 1990 and qualify for NACARA and come out of the asylum office at 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 NACARA approval and a happy smile on your face, and it is a totally different matter to come out of the 1585 S. Manchester Avenue Anaheim, CA 92802 Los Angeles Asylum office with a NOTICE TO APPEAR requiring you to go to Los Angeles Immigration court for removal proceedings, YOUR removal proceedings. The paradise ended in hell - I entered the country without documents, but I have never been caught by immigration - first step to paradise; then notario applied for my work permit by applying for asylum ; I don't really care what this asylum means, but I got my work permit and I am happy now - second step to paradise, but wait....why is the immigration officer asking me about fear of coming back to my country? What is the connection between fear of returning to my country and my work permit? And what is this little paper in my hands that's called "notice to appear" in immigration court. Now I am in deportation hell - my family and I are being deported because we did not qualify for this strange thing called asylum !! What am I going to do now? I am about to lose my job because I lost asylum case, I am about to lose my house because I lost asylum case, I am about to be separated with my family because I lost asylum case? Is it too late to do something ?

Well - remember, back when you came to this country...you did not go to immigration lawyer because you wanted to save money, right? You did not go to immigration lawyer because the notario gave you an easy way out - here is your work permit, fast and easy, don't think about anything else. And you did not think , did not ask immigration lawyer about what to do with your situation. At least now, go to free consultation with immigration lawyer, may be there is still hope for you to get greencard in immigration court, may be you still have a chance, so if you got denied your asylum in Anaheim, and were referred to los angeles immigration court, go to our immigration law office at 3550 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 1770, Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213)534-6622 come to our office with your "notice to appear" before you go to Immigration Court 606 S Olive, come to our office for first free consultation regarding your case and we will try to help you with your immigration case.



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