Immigration-Lawyer Tips: Demystifying 4 Common Legal Terms

Filling out immigration applications and other related forms is a daunting task. So much rides on the accuracy of the form that it becomes easy to make careless mistakes through stress. To make matters worse, many forms employ a language known to very few people: legalese. Legal […]

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The Current State Of Deportations

Deportation trends are changing despite the fact that President Obama will not commit to unilateral action and Congress is unable to pass a reform bill. The media is full of stories claiming that nothing has changed in the past few years, but the truth is that reform […]

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About An H-1B Employment Visa

April is a big month in employment-visa news because the U.S. government begins accepting applications for H-1B work visas. Each year, the government issues 65,000 of these visas, and the applications always exceed the quota. According to the Economic Times, this year the government received applications from […]

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Applying For A Family-Based Green Card

Aside from green cards issued for immediate relatives, the United States grants no more than 480,000 family-based resident cards every year. If you want to be included in that number, you should be aware of some of the requirements pertaining to the application process.  

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Deportation-Lawyer News Roundup

March has proven to be a big month for deportation news. President Obama shouldered much of the blame for his administration’s nearly 2 million deportations. One leader from the Latino community went so far as to label him the “Deporter-in-Chief.” In response, the president called for a […]

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