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I am very good at avoiding things that bother me, and it has been catching up with me. I guess you can’t avoid things forever. I have managed to ignore everything from bills, returning phone calls, uncomfortable conversations, opening a book, packing / unpacking, opening letters or e-mails with content I’d rather not deal with, sending out similar letters or e-mails, booking plane tickets, and the list goes on. 345 more words

Expansion of Form I-601A, Provisional Waiver Program

Our Los Angeles immigration attorneys are pleased to share the President’s announcement from last night and elaborate on the new expansion of the provisional waiver program, Form I-601A for unlawful presence. 318 more words


Expanding Deferred Action to Parents of U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents

USCIS has been directed to establish a process, similar to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, for exercising prosecutorial discretion through use of deferred action on a case-by-case basis to those applicants who: 161 more words


Dependent G4 Visa Holders - Permanent Resident Application

If you are a dependent G-4 visa holder, you have been continuously living in the United States for 7 years as a dependent, and you are 21 years old or younger, you are eligible for permanent residency (green card). 396 more words

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I'm Back...Again

Ok yes, it’s been seriously forever.

I finally, after about a year of mishaps, got my permanent residence in Canada and am now legal to work! 414 more words

Unemployed And Looking

How I became a permanent resident of USA.

The day had come when I entered the USA at Miami to become a permanent resident of The United States of America.

Although I had completed the required formalities to get a visa – copious amounts of paperwork, with equals amounts of dollars, been x-rayed, injected, prodded and given away some blood – I still had the last hurdle, to get through immigration…… Anyone seen Border Patrol on TV? 742 more words

Permanent Residents In Canada: The Problem

Now I’m no rude or racist person. I know and have family who are permanent residents. These people live in Canada and spend most of their money in Canada, benefiting our economy. 285 more words