LATEST NEWS ON IMMIGRATION

  • Obama and McCain on Immigration

    Obama and McCain on Immigration August 2008 - John McCain and Barack Obama both affirmed their commitment to immigration reform.

  • Employment-Based Issues Addressed in Q&A Session

    Employment-Based Issues Addressed in Q&A Session June 2008 - Readers who rely upon their EAD and AP documents for work and travel are urged to renew them in a timely fashion, about 120 days before the expiration date to be safe.

  • Shedding Light on Frequently Asked Questions

    Shedding Light on Frequently Asked Questions May 2008 - Is my employment case affected by the visa backlog?

  • So You Got Married! Now What?

    So You Got Married! Now What? April 2008 - An overview of immigration options for newlyweds

  • Presidential Candidates Take a Stand on Immigration

    Presidential Candidates Take a Stand on Immigration March 2008 - Much like gay marriage in 2004, curbing immigration seems to be a rallying point for many segments of the U.S. voting population.

  • U.S. visa backlog has adverse effect on Indian nationals

    U.S. visa backlog has adverse effect on Indian nationals March 2008 - In the popular EB-2 category, while the general country quota is “current,” meaning Green Cards are available to be immediately issued, for Indian nationals the category became “unavailable” as of February 2008.

  • Immigration Planning for Times of Disaster!

    Immigration Planning for Times of Disaster! January 2008 - If you are displaced and forced to move, alert USCIS to your address change.

  • Workplace Raids Worry Law-abiding Employers

    Workplace Raids Worry Law-abiding Employers December 2007 - As immigration laws have gotten tougher, black market technologies to produce fake documents have gotten more sophisticated.

  • Struggling for Citizenship

    Struggling for Citizenship November 2007 - Some immigration activists are afraid that the new citizenship test will create a higher barrier for people who want to become Americans.

  • Dream Act may fulfill dreams of some residents

    Dream Act may fulfill dreams of some residents October 2007 - If passed, the Dream Act would give conditional legal status to immigrants brought to the U.S. at a young age. The bill has broad bipartisan support.

 

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