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Fluent in German and Spanish, immigration attorney Christopher Stender currently handles a variety of immigration cases at his law firm, Stender and Associates, PC, in San Diego, California. To stay at the forefront of his field, immigration attorney Christopher Stender remains updated on immigration developments and legislation in California.

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Expanded Immigration Rights Bills Signed by California Governor

  1. 1. EXPANDED IMMIGRATION RIGHTS BILLS SIGNED BY CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR By Christopher Stender, Immigration Attorney
  2. 2. Introduction  Fluent in German and Spanish, immigration attorney Christopher Stender currently handles a variety of immigration cases at his law firm, Stender and Associates, PC, in San Diego, California. To stay at the forefront of his field, immigration attorney Christopher Stender remains updated on immigration developments and legislation in California. In August 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed several bills to expand immigration rights in the state, including a bill that facilitates voting among California’s diverse population. The legislation would eliminate the requirement that high school poll workers be U.S. citizens and instead allow high school students with legal permanent resident status to work at the polls during state elections, which could potentially help meet translation needs for voters who don’t speak English.
  3. 3. Immigration  According to Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, the bill gives young, legal permanent residents direct knowledge of American democracy and increases the availability of bilingual poll workers. Governor Brown also signed legislation that prevents a child’s immigration status from being considered during civil suits that include liability issues. Composed in response to a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Unified School District, the law states that a minor’s immigration status is irrelevant to both liability and damages.

Fluent in German and Spanish, immigration attorney Christopher Stender currently handles a variety of immigration cases at his law firm, Stender and Associates, PC, in San Diego, California. To stay at the forefront of his field, immigration attorney Christopher Stender remains updated on immigration developments and legislation in California.

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