LATEST NEWS ON IMMIGRATION

  • Immigration News Briefs

    Immigration News Briefs January 2014 - The USCIS has approved the statutory maximum 10,000 petitions for U-1 nonimmigrant status (U visas) for fiscal year 2014.

  • What to Expect in 2014

    What to Expect in 2014 December 2013 - When should I prepare and file for an H-1B work visa? / What happened to Immigration Reform? / Will there be a forward movement in priority dates (family or employment-based)?

  • Immigration FAQs

    Immigration FAQs November 2013 - What effect did the government shutdown have on immigration cases?/ What happened to Immigration Reform? / Can I obtain a green card directly by investing $500,000 or more?

  • Immigration News Briefs

    Immigration News Briefs October 2013 - U-Visa’s statutory maximum reached for FY 2013 / Identity verification in USCIS offices / New I-94 procedure at the border / Beware of scams by “notaries,”
    “agents,” unscrupulous attorneys.

  • IMMIGRATION FAQs

    IMMIGRATION FAQs September 2013 - Frequently asked immigration questions about spouses of permanent residents, onsite visits to IT consulting companies, stepchildren, travel on a green card. Also visa preference numbers.

  • Immigration Reform: Unclear but Optimistic

    Immigration Reform: Unclear but Optimistic August 2013 - How strong is the opposition to the immigration bill in the House of Representatives? / Important Advancements in August Visa Bulletin

  • Immigration Reform News Briefs

    Immigration Reform News Briefs July 2013 - Immigration reform chart shows disqualification categories. Will anything get done before August recess? / Family-based FB2A category may become current; file your papers.

  • Immigration Bill Still under Debate

    Immigration Bill Still under Debate June 2013 - House of Representatives Reach Agreement / New Procedures for Arriving F-1 Students / Visa Preference Numbers for JUNE 2013

  • New Immigration Bill Introduced by Senators

    New Immigration Bill Introduced by Senators May 2013 - Certain undocumented immigrants could apply for “provisional” legal status as soon as six months after the bill is signed by the president. / H1B Cap Reached in First Week of Filings.

  • Immigration News Briefs

    Immigration News Briefs April 2013 - Will this H-1B season be over in a matter of weeks? Maybe. Also, government sequestration will cause travel delays for visa services and at major airports and other points of entry.

 

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