LATEST NEWS ON IMMIGRATION

  • Congress Considers Beneficial Changes to J-1 Physicians Program

    Congress Considers Beneficial Changes to J-1 Physicians Program November 2004 - In mid-October, the House of Representatives (H.R.4453) and the Senate Judiciary Committee (S. 2302) have passed...

  • Recent Immigration Information

    Recent Immigration Information October 2004 - H1B1 Cap, SS for foreighn students...

  • US CIS ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN PHOTO STANDARDS

    US CIS ANNOUNCES CHANGE IN PHOTO STANDARDS September 2004 - On August 2nd, US CIS announced a change in photo requirements for all applicants from a three-quarter face position...

  • US CIS Plans More Difficult English Test for Propective Citizens

    US CIS Plans More Difficult English Test for Propective Citizens August 2004 - The U.S. government plans to introduce by late 2006 more rigorous testing in English language, U.S. history and civics for...

  • US CIS Expands On-Line Filing

    US CIS Expands On-Line Filing July 2004 - Members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association have reported that their clients have received notices...

  • Democrats Introduce SOLVE Act Allowing Earned Legalization

    Democrats Introduce SOLVE Act Allowing Earned Legalization June 2004 - Comprehensive immigration reform legislation was introduced on May 4th, 2004 by Senator Edward Kennedy...

  • H1, B1 & Other Visas

    H1, B1 & Other Visas May 2004 - Just hours before the House of Representatives broke for a two-week recess on April 8th, 2004, Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX), along...

  • PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE KERRY DISCUSSES AMNESTY

    PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE KERRY DISCUSSES AMNESTY April 2004 - Despite amnesty's connotation as being synonymous with "rewarding persons who have engaged in illegal activity," Kerry told the world...

  • Immigration Updates

    Immigration Updates March 2004 - USCIS (formerly INS) announced on February 17, 2004 that enough cap-subject H-1B cases are in the pipeline to reach the fiscal 2004 cap.

  • Immigration Proposal Could Affect South Asians

    Immigration Proposal Could Affect South Asians February 2004 - President Bush on January 7 proposed granting temporary legal status to millions of undocumented workers. By Manav Tanneeru

 

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