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Family Based Visa FAQ
Are medical examinations required for the immigrant visa? Are there limitations to the number of immigrant visas? How many categories of family based immigration are there? Once a visa is applied for, is it guaranteed that it will be issued? What documents are required for a visa application? What happens ... READ MORE

Fiance Visa FAQ
Can my fiancé(e) travel outside the United States? How do I bring my fiancé to the United States? How do I remove the conditions on permanent residence based on marriage? Is anyone determined ineligible for the visa? My fiancé has children. Can I bring them over too? My petition for a fiancé(e) visa ... READ MORE

Immigrant Visa FAQ
Are you a citizen of a foreign country? Do you want to come to the US to live here permanently? You'll need a visa. The US Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs, provides information on its website about acquiring immigrant visas. You must pay close attention to all the various requirements. ... READ MORE

American Apparel Targeted for Immigrant Hiring
In today's economy, we know our clothing is made all over the world and hope that labor laws are being followed. What we don't expect is for those laws in the US to be violated. It's more important than ever for employers to meet the terms of federal immigration and labor laws. As part of a new high-profile ... READ MORE

Unions Support the Obama Immigration Initiative
There are millions of undocumented workers in the United States who are being taken advantage of and driving down wages for other workers. The comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) addresses the legal status of these workers in the United States and helps protect all workers from exploitive practices. ... READ MORE

Crimes Fuel the Immigration Debate
For many, crime is at the heart of the raging debate on immigration reform. Incidents of US citizens being hurt or killed by undocumented immigrants in 2010 show why that's so and how it's a years-old problem. Virginia On August 1, 2010, Sister Denise Mosier and two other Catholic nuns of the Benedictine ... READ MORE

Immigration Reform: What Can the States Do?
  There are millions of illegal or "unauthorized" immigrants in the US Arizona isn't the only state trying to deal with illegal immigration The July 2010 court ruling on Arizona's law may not be good news for some It may take some time before we know how much power states have when it comes to immigration ... READ MORE

Immigration: Legal Mexican Visitors Shun Arizona
  The US Senate voted to spend $600 million to beef up border security The number of legal visitors crossing from Mexico to Arizona has dropped 17 percent  A decrease in Mexican visitors is hurting the southern Arizona economy Carry the right documents to speed border crossings from Mexico into the ... READ MORE

Sri Lankan Teen Fights for Her Faith
A recent news story highlights one teenager's religious battle with her parents taken to the extreme. Sri Lankan Teen Seeks to Remain in US A Sri Lankan teen living in Ohio converted from Muslim to Christianity, and ran away from home, fearing her parents would harm her, or return her to their native ... READ MORE

States, Cities Across the US Grapple with Immigration
  Arizona's controversial immigration law is stealing the headlines months after it was passed However, cities and states across the US are grappling with immigration-related issues, too Like Arizona's law, the actions taken by other cities and states are drawing legal fire Know what you can do if your ... READ MORE


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