Families without Legal Advice risk Deportation

The immigration system of the United States does not provide attorneys for immigrants in risk of removal. Limited legal resources for unaccompanied minors and their parents creates a serious situation for Central American families in risk of deportation.

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Department of Homeland Security change Nonimmigrant Worker Visas

  Effective on February 16 the Department of Homeland security has amended their regulations for the H-1B1, E-3 and CW-1 nonimmigrant classifications and the EB-1 immigrant classification, and facilitate the process that previously placed such workers at a disadvantage compared to other visa classifications.

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Visa bulletin January 2016 Immigration

VISA BULLETIN JANUARY 2016 2015 POVERTY GUIDELINES * DOS publishes current immigrant visa availability information in a monthly Visa Bulletin which allows immigrants to apply for available visas based on their individual priority date. Dates for Filing Applications is the earliest dates when applicants may apply. Application Final Action Dates are when visas may finally […]

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Immigration a Hot Subject for the 2016 USA Elections

One of the issues that face candidates for the 2016 elections is immigration and this is provoking heated discussions among candidates. This blog is dedicated only to immigration news and information in Dallas, and Houston, Texas and the United States and other interesting information that has to do with these issues in this state

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Syrian refugees arrive in Texas USA.

Twenty one refugees have arrived in Texas. In spite of the enormous controversy generated by the Texas Governor’s refusal to accept more Syrian refugees, Dallas and Houston will soon receive these individuals who have families already living in the State.

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More countries enter the Visa H-2A and H-2B Programs

According to an announcement by USCIS, an additional sixteen countries have been designated for the program for H-2A and H-2B non-immigrant visas for foreign workers. The information to include these countries was announced on November 18, 2015 by the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and USCIS.

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