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King Immigration Law Group

Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730

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We at King Immigration Law Group are dedicated to providing aggressive and professional legal representation in various areas of immigration and nationality law.

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King Immigration Law Group
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8301 Utica Ave
suite 101
Rancho Cucamonga, California, 91730
United States

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8am - 5pm - M-F

About King Immigration Law Group

At King Immigration Law Group we understand that individuals are shaped by different backgrounds and experiences and as such, successful resolution of any matter requires a compassionate and individualized approach uniquely tailored to meet the needs of each situation. Whether you are an individual, with your family or a small business, we are here to offer professional and reliable legal counsel every step of the way as we work to successfully achieve your goals.

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Submitted by Derek Carnaghion Thursday, Aug 15, 2019

Best lawyer ever

omg!!!! Oliver King is the greatest lawyer! He has help me a grate deal with all my Immigration needs!!!

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals: Where DACA Stands Today

The United States Congress enacted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in effort of decreasing the backlog of cases involving immigration across the American court systems. Under the DACA program, immigrants who entered the country unlawfully as a minor could be granted the opportunity to remain in the country under a periodical two-year basis. In the duration of this two-year period, the recipient will be granted a work permit and have the opportunity to remain in the country free from the threat of deportation.Recent DACA Program UpdatesPresently,...Continue Reading...

Reasons for a Family-Based Permanent Residency Application Denial

Every year, the United States government will allow thousands of people to enter the country with a permanent residency status. In the U.S., permanent residency statuses are normally symbolized by what is commonly referred to as a green card. While many applications are processed and approved regularly, there are countless applications that get denied.                                                        ...Continue Reading...

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