Tag: green card

The Visa Bulletin Raises More Questions than it Answers About Permanent Residency Visas

Sep 24, 2020

If you want to get into the true intricacies of immigration law, then welcome to the visa bulletin.  The demand for permanent residence—a green card—exceeds the supply of cards ava...

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The HEROES Act Offers Hope for Immigration

May 28, 2020

On May 15, the House of Representatives passed the HEROES Act, the House’s most recent effort to address the devastation brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill is the most wide-ranging effor...

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A Rare Window Will Open to Apply for F2A Visas

May 22, 2019

Recently, Leah Spivey attended a session with Charlie Oppenheim, the Visa Chief for the Department of State at the Federal Bar Immigration Law Conference in Austin, Texas. Oppenheim monitors the ...

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Proposed Rule Changes Redefine "Public Charge"

Oct 19, 2018

Late last month, the Trump Administration announced proposed changes to what is known as “the Public Charge rule,” changes that “are unnecessarily strict and hard-hearted rules aimed at solving a prob...

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How Does the Shutdown Affect Immigration?

Jan 22, 2018

The government shutdown that began Friday at midnight will affect the administration of immigration law, but not as much as some might expect. Because US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) i...

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Mandatory Interviews for All Employment-Based Green Cards Will Lengthen Delays

Aug 29, 2017

Starting October 1, 2017, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will require that all applicants for permanent residence through employment attend in-person interviews at USCIS Field Offic...

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