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- The White House Stands Its Ground on Road to Citizenship
At the beginning of this past May, President Barack Obama publicly announced that he would look for a compromise in order to get a comprehensive immigration bill signed before the year is over. He also had stated that he will not compromise on his insistence that any immigration legislation must contain a path to citizenship for immigrants without their documents.
- Learn More about the EB-5 Visa
When you are thinking of applying for an EB-5 visa, you would first need to learn about the different aspects of a particular visa.
- Final Rule on Processing I-601 Hardship Waiver Will Take Effect on March 4, 2013.
The waiver for unlawful presence may be granted only if the noncitizen is the spouse, son or daughter of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. If the waiver is being sought for a noncitizen fiancé(e), the U.S. citizen fiancé(e) also may be a qualifying relative. It should be noted that children of the noncitizen are not qualifying relatives for purposes of this waiver.
- Frequent Travel Abroad and Abandonment of Legal Permanent Resident Status
A returning legal resident returning from an absence of less than a year who presents his Green Card at the port of entry is not assured that he will be readmitted to the United States. While an Green Card satisfies the requirement of presenting a valid entry document, its presentation is not evidence that he is "returning from a temporary visit abroad." For this reason, it is possible that a returning resident might be denied entry if deemed to have abandoned his legal residence status.
- Asylum in the United States: Application, Court, and Asylum Benefits
A person who is fearing persecution in his/her country may request the Unites States government to provide protection by submitting an application form I-589 and supporting documents. The person must be physically present in the United States to do so. If a person is asking for protection outside the United States, the person is called a refugee.
- Is There a Difference between a Visa and a Green Card
You must learn about the differences between a green card and a visa before you apply for any of the two. A lot of people seem to believe that a visa and a green card refer to the same thing. However, a visa and a green card are indeed different from each other. Each has its own purpose and eligibility requirements.
- Immigration Issues – Where do Obama and Romney Stand
We hope that both Candidates continue supporting the DREAMers, and higher-skilled immigrants (L1A,H1B,O1). The results of this year’s election can change the White House’s approach on immigration. The Presidential elections are less than one month away and both candidates are in a full-throttle attempt to persuade more people to vote for him rather than his opponent.
- New Decision of the Appellate Court Regarding Advance Parole
An alien who applied for adjustment of status to become a legal permanent resident of the United States should apply for advance parole in case he/she needs to leave the country while the adjustment of status is pending. Previously, an alien who leaves the United States after incurring at least one year of unlawful presence will not be allowed to re-enter the country even if he/she is in possession of an advance parole document. This new decision issued by the BIA changed that rule.
- Some of the Common Questions about EB-5 Visa
If you are looking to enter into the United States, you will have to obtain a visa. There are different categories of visas that you may look into while considering which visa to choose. Gaining residency in the United States may be extremely difficult. The US immigration laws are quite complex and immigrants are also chosen carefully. If you are looking to enter into the US, you will need to apply for a visa. There are different categories of visas that you can apply for.
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
USCIS says that Dream Act eligible candidates that meet the criteria of the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program will not be deported. It is expected that exact guidelines and procedures for this program will be put into place sometime during August, 2012, detailing how eligible candidates can apply for this status of deferred prosecution of removal from the United States. If granted, an individual also may be eligible for work authorization. The program is for those immigrants who: