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Chris LaRiche seduces immigrants with lies
Please be careful of ‘notarios’ because they are not lawyers and there is more to immigration than just ‘filling out forms.’ After a client has worked with a notario, it often difficult to fix the mistakes they have made. I-601 Waiver Attorney, Ruby L. Powers Link here – Full Article Chris LaRiche seduces immigrants with lies […]
So Close and Yet So Far: How the Three- and Ten-Year Bars Keep Families Apart
From Immigration Policy Center Most Americans take it for granted that marriage to a U.S. citizen and other family relationships entitle an immigrant to a green card, but there are barriers that often prevent or delay these family members from becoming lawful permanent residents, even if they are already in the United States. Among these […]
USCIS Seeks to Unify Families Facing Separation through Revised Waiver Process
From Immigration Impact Today, the administration took another important step toward fixing one of the most notorious problems with our broken immigration system—the 3 and 10 year bars. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it was filing a notice of intent to change a rule which would streamline the application process for many relatives of U.S. citizens […]
Proposed Rule Change Will Unify Families Subject to 3 and 10 Year Bars
From American Immigration Council January 6, 2012 Washington D.C. – Today, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a proposal to streamline the application process for the spouses and children of U.S. citizens currently eligible for legal permanent resident status, minimizing the amount of time that applicants would have to be separated from their families. Under current […]
DHS Announces Planned Changes to I-601 waiver for Unlawful Presence Waivers
The January 6, 2012, DHS Announcement about Planned Changes to Processing for Unlawful Presence Waivers Frequently Asked Questions What was announced on January 6? On January 6 DHS announced, in a notice to be published in the Federal Register on January 9 that it will be issuing new regulations for how unlawful presence waivers will […]
In GOP debate over national security, Gingrich defends long-term illegal residents
American policy toward Iran and the difficulty of America maintaining a robust foreign policy as its national debt is growing were issues that dominated the Republican presidential debate Tuesday night in Washington. But in the debate’s final half hour, illegal immigration suddenly became the focus as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich made an extended and […]
Immigrant workers, farmers fearful in wake of Alabama immigration law
Immigrant workers, farmers fearful in wake of Alabama immigration law Alabama passed the severest immigration law in the US. Basically, Americans don’t want to do the jobs that people without papers or status in the US are willing to do so a lot of farm work will not have enough labor to be […]
Applying for Consular Processing and I-601 Waivers in Juarez, Mexico
Applying for Consular Processing and I-601 Waivers in Juarez, Mexico Lawline CLE course
Recent developments in Defense of Marriage Act
In Febuary 2011, President Obama declared that the Department of Justice would no longer be defending the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) in certain Courts of Appeals. This radical stance change has had a profound effect on undocumented aliens and foreign nationals in the LGBT community. However, due to certain legal realities, the DoJ has […]
Bill Would Give U.S. Visas to Foreign Home Buyers
The reeling housing market has come to this: To shore it up, two Senators are preparing to introduce a bipartisan bill Thursday that would give residence visas to foreigners who spend at least $500,000 to buy houses in the U.S. more