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Question: I entered the U.S. from Guatemala at age 15. My mother who brought me was afraid to send me to school for fear of discovery. We first moved in with friends of my mothers, but we have no documentary proof I entered before I was 16. We entered the U.S. through Mexico without visas....
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BREAKING NEWS! DREAM ACT – FINALLY ELIGIBLE FOR RELIEF INCLUDING WORK AUTHORIZATION The Obama Administration recognizing that the DREAM Act may not soon pass, has finally made a policy to assist young people brought into this country as children. Often referred to as DREAMERS, the Administration announced a stop-gap policy to assist while awaiting passage...
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If an immigrant abroad who is ineligible for an immigrant visa for having entered the United States without a visa and/or for overstaying a visa admission more than one year who are married to a US citizen or resident he/she may apply for a Waiver with the Immigration Service in the United State Consular. Processing...
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Notice of Proposed Rulemaking was published on March 30, 2012 that would reduce the time of separation abroad for spouses, children and parents of U.S. citizens. Provisional waivers would be given to these immediate relatives in the United to avoid extreme hardship to U.S. citizen spouses, and/or to their U.S. citizen parents. Heretofore these immigrants...
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What can you do if you’re driving without a driver’s license or you’re arrested as a passenger in a car driven by an unlicensed driver, if you yourself are undocumented? There are ways to help you. WITHHOLDING OF REMOVAL Did you cross the border or enter the U.S. without a visa without seeing an immigration...
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An immigrant who has been convicted of selling or possession of a controlled substance, such as cocaine, heroin, or more than 30 grams of marijuana who has admitted having committed this crime, is deportable and/or excludable from the U.S. This deportation or exclusion is notand precludes any exception even if the drug offender has a...
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To enhance job creation in the U.S., an immigrant may organize a new commercial enterprise in which the investment must be at risk. By this active investment, the investor may receive provisional residence and two years later, permanent residence. The capital of this enterprise may be cash, equipment, inventory or other tangible property valued at...
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Last week the Administration advised it is changing the rule for pardons for undocumented spouses and children of U.S. citizens. To avoid long separation, visa waivers may be granted here rather than abroad. The visa process in the home country created fear that a pardon could be denied or delayed for months or even years....
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For many undocumented foreign national who entered the United States illegally, there has been no location to obtain residence because the law would not allow adjustment of status in the United States and if they went abroad are subject to a ten year bar from returning. Finally relief for many such individuals! A new proposal...
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The J Visa is for professors, research scholars, trainees, college or university students, teachers, foreign physicians, camp counselors, au pairs or students in a travel/work program. Candidates must be able to speak, read and write in English. For a trainee, a college degree is normally necessary plus one year of job related experience. J visas...
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