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Actually, the Numbers Show That We Need More Immigration, Not Less

Actually, the Numbers Show That We Need More Immigration, Not Less  January 16, 2019  amervisa  American Immigration, Immigration law, immigration legislation, Luiza Miller, Luiza Miller Immigration Attorney, Naturalization/US Citizenship, Trump Immigration Policy By any reasonable metric, “mass” immigration is a myth. The reality is that America desperately needs to pick up the pace of immigration for its economic health. By Shikha Dalmia Read More

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Immigrants seeking permanent green cards through marriage may have one less hurdle

Immigrants seeking permanent green cards through marriage may have one less hurdle BY DANIEL SHOER ROTH DECEMBER 14, 2018 10:18 AM, In light of recent USCIS policy changes regarding denials and deportations, the following steps may help you prepare for adverse actions when requesting an immigration benefit. By Marta Oliver Craviotto The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Read More

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Supreme Court Cases Could Change Immigration And H-1B Visa

Supreme Court Cases Could Change Immigration And H-1B Visa by Stuart Anderson Contributor Forbes U.S. Supreme Court (Front L-R) Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John Roberts, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice Samuel Alito, Jr., (Back L-R) Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice Elena Kagan and Read More

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Impose Boundaries on Immigration Law

Impose Boundaries on Immigration Law Inconsistent rulings by circuit courts, especially the Ninth, have created chaos. Here’s a solution By Rod Rosenstein Dec. 6, 2018 6:42 p.m. ET Aliens try to sneak across the border into San Diego from Tijuana, Mexico, Nov. 25. PHOTO: CAROL GUZY/ZUMA PRESS Recognizing that the power to determine citizenship is fundamental to Read More

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Judges vs. the people: Federal jurists are thwarting the will of voters

Judges vs. the people: Federal jurists are thwarting the will of voters By JESSE MERRIAM DEC 03, 2018 | 4:30 PM   President Donald Trump and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen address members of the media before signing an executive order to end family separations, during an event in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington Read More

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Proposed H1B visa rule will favour US Master’s degree applicants: All you need to know from a 139 page DHS document

Proposed H1B visa rule will favour US Master’s degree applicants: All you need to know from a 139 page DHS document New York: The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released a 139 page document which sets out its plan to change the H1B visa intake process and recalibrate the educational qualification requirements of who (all) can Read More

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Border Agents Shot Tear Gas Into Mexico. Was It Legal?Migrants running from tear gas fired by American border agents near the fence at Tijuana

Border Agents Shot Tear Gas Into Mexico. Was It Legal?Migrants running from tear gas fired by American border agents near the fence at Tijuana.Credit Hannah Mckay/Reuters \Image Migrants running from tear gas fired by American border agents near the fence at Tijuana.CreditCreditHannah Mckay/Reuters By Megan Specia and Rick Gladstone Nov. 28, 2018 A peaceful march at the border of Mexico Read More

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Green Card through Marriage Visa-A Marriage Used to Prevent Deportation. Not Anymore.

A Marriage Used to Prevent Deportation. Not Anymore. Leandro Arriaga with his wife, Katherine, and 15-month-old daughter, Jade. Mr. Arriaga came to the United States in 2001.CreditCreditTristan Spinski for The New York Times By Vivian Yee April 19, 2018 They had shown the immigration officer their proof — the eight years of Facebook photos, their 5-year-old Read More

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Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Proclamation Targeting Some Asylum Seekers

Federal Judge Blocks Trump’s Proclamation Targeting Some Asylum Seekers Women and children in Tijuana, Mexico, on Saturday after getting a number to apply for asylum at the entrance of the border crossing to the United States.CreditMauricio Lima for The New York Times   ImageWomen and children in Tijuana, Mexico, on Saturday after getting a number Read More

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EB2 and EB3 visas are permanent residency visas (green cards) for skilled professionals or academics.

EB2 and EB3 visas are permanent residency visas (green cards) for skilled professionals or academics. The EB2 Visa, or Employment-Based “Exceptional” Ability or Advanced Degree Permanent Residence/Green Card(Second Preference), is for members of professions holding advanced degree or equivalent, or “exceptional ability” (expertise significantly above that ordinarily encountered) in sciences, medicine, arts, business, or athletics. The EB3 Read More

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