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Queenstown immigration exemption to end

A temporary immigration exemption for foreign workers heading to the hugely popular tourist resort of Queenstown, New Zealand, is set to end.

Last year, the NZ government temporarily removed the requirement for Queenstown employers to have to provide evidence of their efforts to recruit New Zealanders, except in certain roles. 239 more words


Applying For My Green Card In Seoul (part 1)

The time has finally come for myself and Jason to start planning our departure from Korea. One of the most important things that we have to do is to secure a green card visa for me. 407 more words


CBP Starting a new Pilot Program to Change Incorrect I-94 Information via Email

For those of you who have had issues with incorrect information on your I-94 in the past, you understand the difficulties you have to go through to get it corrected.   147 more words


What you need to know about emigrating in your 40s or 50s

Immigration is often seen as something either for young families who are looking to improve the quality of life for them and their offspring, or for retirees who are intent on making the most of their twilight years. 792 more words


Visa Bulletin Update and Predictions: April 2015

By Ari Sauer, immigration lawyer with the Memphis, Tennessee office of the Siskind Susser Law Firm.

The US Department of State has issued the April 2015 Visa Bulletin. 1,392 more words

Visa Bulletin

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


Spouse Visa Timeline: Reality vs. Best Case Scenario

They say that hindsight is 20/20. After going through most of the spouse visa process, there are of course a few things I would change. Below is a timeline of our visa process reality (on the left), and what I would do now, knowing what I know (on the right). 293 more words

Spouse Visa