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Obama Also Issues “Ebola Amnesty”

Source: Judicial Watch, Nov 2014

Lost in the hoopla of President Obama’s enormous administrative amnesty affecting mostly Mexican and Central American illegal immigrants is that he also implemented a special protective order allowing people from Ebola nations to stay in the United States. 490 more words


TPS announced for citizens of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone

Today the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced Temporary Protected Status for citizens of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone who are now living in the United States. 70 more words

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Stay Tuned! President Obama to Address the Nation on Immigration Reform!

Two years ago, President Obama set forth the guiding principles that should lead immigration reform.  Although the Senate passed a bipartisan bill more than 500 days ago, the country has been waiting, and waiting… and waiting…  for House Republicans to vote.  68 more words

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President Obama Will Address the Nation on Immigration Reform on November 20th

With great excitement that our U.S. immigration attorneys are pleased to announce that tomorrow night, President Obama will address the nation to present the executive actions he is taking to institute new immigration law reforms.This is expected to be a step towards remedying problems in the current U.S immigration system. 79 more words


Do you have a Biometric Appointment Notice?  Please check yours; some notices were issued in error!

Your Biometric Appointment is a very important part of your Green Card and Immigration Application Process.  Recently, USCIS erroneously scheduled some people for redundant Application Support Center (ASC) biometric appointment.   108 more words


Afghan Special Visa Program Benefits Are Still Available to Eligible Immigrants Until the End of 2014

A new immigration law extended the Afghan Special Immigrant Visa Program through the end of calendar year 2014. The Afghan Allies Protection Act was initially enacted in 2009 to permit Afghan nationals, most of whom served as translators for the U.S. 50 more words

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