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ALERT: ICE WILL INCREASE ENFORCEMENT AGAINST EMPLOYERS
Posted on the DOS Electronic Diversity Visa Lottery website on October 16, 2017
Since assuming the presidency on January 20, 2017, Donald Trump has signed multiple executive orders that may have dramatic impacts on immigrant communities and work places throughout the United States.
Attention all permanent residents! Given the recent developments stemming from the government’s visa travel ban, the ease with which your permanent residence may be taken away is something to be concerned about, as there have been reports of permanent residents being asked to sign away their status and give up their green cards.
The Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery Registration for 2016 began on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, and ends on November 3, 2016. Entries must be submitted electronically at: https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/. Qualified applicants are strongly encouraged to register as early as possible because heavy demand may result in system delays in the final days of the
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has severely limited the applicability of the “conversion” provision of the Child Status Protection Act to the family preference categories. Many had hoped that in cases where children aged out, the court would allow a simple solution: the principal beneficiary would simply and automatically become
A federal appeals court has cleared a Filipino immigrant of wrongdoing for registering to vote while getting her driver's license and then casting a ballot, ending her battle of nearly 10 years to remain in the United States. In 2006, Mrs. Keathley registered to vote while getting her driver's license, which is allowed through the National Voter
As of June 1, 2014, USCIS started applying new rules for filing the Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record. The new rules require that the form be submitted less than one year after it is completed and signed by the U.S. Civil Surgeon. Additionally, the form will be valid for only one year from the date it is submitted to USCIS.