With the Senate Bill 1070 passed on April 23, 2010 by Jan Brewer, its (Republican) governor, the whole country has been divided on the subject of racial profiling, the violation of civil rights as we know it and rightly so, as this law moves away from the beliefs on which the nation of the United […]
The Arizona Senate Bill 1070 has more than just raised issues and accusations of racial profiling and fascistic behavior by also finally getting enough attention from Congress and the Federal government. Since the state of Arizona has already toughened its stance on immigration, and has not thrown the federal government a bone (if you will) […]
U.S. companies who are looking to fill high-tech vacancies from workers from outside the U.S. when suitable employees are not available. They are mainly using two programs available to them: H1-B and L1-B visas. H1-B has a yearly cap of 85,000 visas a year to bring highly skilled workers into the country. Unlike H1-B visas, […]
The EAD is also commonly known as “work permit” is issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to an eligible person to legally work in the U.S. This is not same as the well-known “Green Card”. In order to obtain an EAD, eligible candidates needs to file Form I-765, Application for Employment […]
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was created by the Homeland Security Act of 2002, a direct response to September 11, 2011 (commonly known as 9/11) events. The former United States Custom Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Services are either completely or partially incorporated under the new agency. It is an agency […]
If the United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS) is unable to further process an asylum application, it will be forwarded to the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), an office of the United States Department of Justice. They are empowered to adjudicate immigration cases and oversee immigration courts in the United States. This court […]
In addition to meeting all other requirements, applicants for U.S. citizenship also need to pass two tests in fundamentals of history and principles of government, and English language proficiency in spoken, written and reading in English. Preparing for the civic portion of the test with an agent, you can use the 100 questions and answers […]
In your journey to obtain U. S. citizenship, you will be required to have an citizenship test interview with a representative of USCIS. After submitting your N400, Application for Naturalization, immediately start preparing for your one on one interview. At the interview, you will be asked ten questions, randomly selected from the 100 or so […]
The VWP has been created by the government to allow citizens of certain countries to visit the U.S. for 90 day period for business and pleasure without having to obtain a visa before entering the country. Those citizens of selected countries are allowed for 90 day stay in the U.S. and longer than 90 day […]
There are a number of reasons people choose to hire a tax attorney. For one, taxes are very complicated and it can help having a second pair of eyes. Unlike CPA or other tax professionals, you can trust a lawyer with whatever you tell them, thanks to the attorney-client privilege you enjoy. If you need […]
Republican leaders “have come up with a lot of excuses” for not advancing immigration legislation, Crowley, the fifth-ranking House Democrat, said in an interview yesterday at Bloomberg News in New York.
Immigration Inaction Will Haunt GOP in Election: Crowley
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Computer glitches are bedeviling federal immigration courts in Georgia and across the nation, a problem that could delay deportation cases, keep people locked up longer and drive up taxpayer costs for their detention, said local immigration attorneys.
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Computer bug bogs down immigration courts
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Colorado immigration attorneys have reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security over immigration-court access problems at the Byron G.
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Immigration lawyers, DHS settle over access problems at federal court
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The two candidates at the top of the Illinois GOP ticket refused to give their outright support for immigration changes that have passed the U.S. Senate.
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Oberweis, Rauner refuse to back immigration bill
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Before a standing-room-only crowd of immigration reform activists, Republican U.S.
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Oberweis regrets ‘harsh tone’ on immigration
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