INA 50 years that changed immigration to the U.S.

Fifty years ago in 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a law which radically changed immigration in the United States. The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) is the same law that continues to operate in the USA today and its implementation resulted in positive effects for the nation.

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How find USCIS offices in your area

There are Field Offices located in every county of the State where you reside within the US for the purpose of offering limited customer services and information. It is recommended that before scheduling an appointment on applications that are non-asylum issues, you first visit the USCIS official website or make enquiries by phone.

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Hispanic-American Heritage Month

Starting on September 15 through October 15 is the National Hispanic-American Heritage month when people celebrate this group’s culture and recognize the contribution to the U. S. by the Hispanic and Latino population, who trace their roots back to Spain.

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Immigration is a hot subject for the 2016 U.S. elections

Immigration reform will be one of the top issues to be debated for both the Democrat and Republican parties coming up to the elections. Whether or not to promote immigration reform and grant undocumented immigrants a pathway to become documented in this country is absolutely vital.

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Naturalization Ceremonies in USA

Once USCIS has approved your Application for Naturalization (Form N-400) you will be scheduled to take the Oath of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony. This will complete your process of becoming a U.S. citizen. There are two types of ceremonies; one is the judicial where the court administers the Oath of Allegiance and the other […]

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Latinos largest immigrant community in the United States

52 million Latinos who live according to census data in the United States. How they operate and integrate the different nationalities and how is the process of residency and citizenship. The Latin is in, one of the campaigns that have been made ??in America promoting the Latin, it is no longer the Hispanic, or each […]

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Immigration-Law Articles by Joseph Reina

Mr. Reina has authored over thirty published articles on American immigration law. TITLE AND CITE (as of August 1, 2011, 32 articles) 1. Waivers of Misrepresentation or Fraud in Procuring Visa or Entry, The Waivers Book – Advanced Issues in Immigration Law Practice, 103  (2011). 2. To Your License “Hang on ^For Dear Life!”:   Zealous Representation Before an Increasingly […]

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“Like Your Life Depends on It”

  FOREWORD Women are stronger than men. They just are. My mother’s strength allowed her to make a steep and arduous climb, and to carry us with her. Failure was inconceivable. She saw possibilities, learning, and a world we never imagined. Navigating there alone, she seized opportunities, and sidestepped disasters. She managed to keep me […]

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