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Most Common Immigration Laws

By: Raad Ahmed

A Primer on Immigration Law:

Immigration law is complex, ever-changing, and especially difficult to grasp if one’s native language is not English. Yet there are a few issues that tend to arise again and again in immigration proceedings. 548 more words

Law

Va multumesc!

In curand primele 2 luni de Viza de America se vor sfarsi!

La inceput de ianuarie 2015 am pus bazele acestui blog in speranta ca, alaturi de voi, contribuitori si cititori, vom reusi sa implinim visul american pentru cat mai multe persoane. 100 more words

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¿Dónde saco la Green Card?

¡Muy buenos días México! ¡Ya matamos mitad de esta esta semana! Hoy les comparto mi nota con Punto Crítico: De la farándula a la política, de Iñarritú a EPN y de Birdman a American Sniper . 13 more words

Politics

Australia, Germany, and the Ukraine

Now, to recap the dings’ I’ve been hearing ‘out and about’ town. I did hear the reports of Sean Penn being his sweet lovable self. And I’m referring to his ‘green card’ joke at the Oscars awards ceremony. 237 more words

USCIS to Extend Employment Authorization to Spouses of Some H-1B Visa Holders

Pursuant to President Obama’s November 2014 announcement on executive action, the Department of Homeland Security announced today that it will extend eligibility for employment authorization to certain dependent (H-4) spouses of H-1B visa holders who are in the process of seeking Employment-Based Lawful Permanent Residence. 132 more words

Immigration

H-1b Visa Spouses Eligible for Employment Authorization

In an announcement today, the Department of Homeland Security will permit eligibility for employment authorization to H-4 dependent spouses.  These eligible H-4 dependent spouses are those married to an H-1b nonimmigrant seeking lawful permanent resident status through their employer. 133 more words

Updated Status of Immigration’s DACA and DAPA

Last week, a Federal Judge in Texas ordered an injunction to stop the President’s Executive Order on immigration which was issued on November 2014.  This injunction, however, only affects the Expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents. 113 more words