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Immigration Fuels New York City Renaissance

The American Immigration Council published an article about the positive impact of Immigration on New York City.  Read the article at: http://immigrationimpact.com/2014/04/16/how-immigration-is-key-to-new-york-citys-renaissance/
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President Obama Calls for Review of US Deportation System

The American Immigration Council reported that President Obama has requested a review of the US deportation system.  Read the article at: http://immigrationimpact.com/2014/03/17/president-calls-for-review-of-u-s-deportation-system/
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Getson & Schatz Refutes USCIS Charge of Fraudulent Marriage by Proving Valid Marriage

Our New York immigration lawyers helped a married couple respond to a USCIS Notice of Intent to Deny (“NOID”) issued relative to an I-130 Petition filed on behalf of the wife based on perceived discrepancies in our clients’ statements during two interviews with USCIS that they attend
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News Clips on Enterpreneurship and Immigration

The American Immigration Council posted the following news clips on entrepreneurship and #immigration. Immigrants make cities more economically competitive.  A recent post on Immigration Impact highlights a recent report from Americas Society/Council of the Americas (AS/COA) describin
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Third Circuit Finds Immigration Detainers are Voluntary Requests

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently held that immigration detainers issued pursuant to 8 CFR §287.7 are voluntary requests and cannot compel state or local law enforcement agencies to detain individuals for suspected immigration violations.
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Boehner Says Immigration Principles are Not Amnesty

The Huffington Post reported that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) flatly rejected on Monday the idea that his proposed immigration reform are “amnesty” — a word that’s considered the kiss of death among Republicans for passing a bill. “Some want to call it
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Possibility for Petition to Compel House Vote of Immigration

The Washington Post reported that in an interview with satellite radio this morning, Nancy Pelosi said a decision will be made in the next few days about whether to forge ahead with a discharge petition designed to force a House vote on immigration reform. Multiple sources involved in
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Federal Government Shutdown Delayed 37,000 Immigration Cases

The Associated Press reported that the federal government shutdown last year delayed more than 37,000 immigration hearings by months or years for immigrants already waiting in lengthy lines to plead for asylum or green cards. While the country’s immigration courts are now runnin
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DHS Designates Chile for Visa Waiver Program

DHS announced the designation of Chile into the Visa Waiver Program. Beginning May 1, 2014, eligible Chilean passport holders with both an approved Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) and an e-passport will be able to visit the U.S. without a nonimmigrant visitor visa.
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