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Provisional Waivers Promote Family Unity

Back to the law. Although the Supreme Court ruled against the Obama Administration in the case Texas v. United States, 15-674, one of the immigration “reforms” that the Obama Administration proposed back in November, 2014, which happily was not part of the lawsuit, was recently implemented. 631 more words

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DOS Visa Bulletin for August 2016

The U.S. Department of State (DOS) has released its August 2016 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per country priority date cutoffs that regulate the flow of adjustment of status and con… 6 more words


EB-1A Extraordinary Ability Petition Approved for Top Tennis Coach

The EB-1A extraordinary ability immigrant visa is one of the very rare immigrant categories reserved only for those foreign nationals who have reached the very top of their fields. 14 more words


My Green Card - Miracles Happen :)

                A few days ago I collected my „biggest treasure” – my passport with immigrant visa.

                And here I am, staring at it. After having shown it to a few people, and looked at it for a considerable amount of time, I think it finally starts to hit me. 163 more words

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May 2016 Visa Bulletin Released

The visa bulletin for May 2016 was released and there has been very little movement.  I have included some highlights below followed by the actual charts.  161 more words


National Interest Waiver: You May Be Surprised

Does the National Interest Waiver (a self-sponsored green card application) require that you be working for or funded by the US Government?  The short answer is no, it most certainly does not.   600 more words


Expediting Your Immigration Case

Many clients want to know about getting their case expedited for various reasons.  This is especially true for those filing the I-485 application, who are counting on getting the EAD card quickly so that they can work.   364 more words