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Immigration reform gaining support in Congress

The Connecticut Post reported that a Republican Party in desperate search for relevance to Latino voters. An expanded Democratic advantage in the Senate. A second-term President with his legacy on the line. Does all that add up to enough to break decades of impasse and produce compreh
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H-1B Visas Could Double Under Senate Plan

The Washington Post reported that q Senate immigration plan would dramatically increase the number of high-skilled foreign workers allowed into the country and give permanent legal status to an unlimited number of students who earn graduate degrees from U.S. universities in science, t
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245(i) Adjustment of Status Granted to Haitian Individuals Holding TPS

Our New York immigration lawyers assisted a Haitian family obtain temporary protected status (TPS) following the earthquake.  In preparing the TPS application we learned that the US Citizen father of the husband had petitioned him for a green card prior to April 30, 2011 and that the
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AIC Reports on Economic Contributions of Scientists and Engineers

The American Immigration Council reported that with the U.S. economy in the midst of a prolonged slump, it’s hard to believe that any industry would actually benefit from having more workers. But that is precisely the case when it comes to those industries which depend upon highly ski
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US Army Offers Path to Citizenship

The Huffington Post reported that Carolyne Chelulei came to the United States from Kenya on a student visa for a college education, but now the Army is offering her the chance to stay for good as a citizen. The 23-year-old is one of several hundred immigrants whose specialized skills,
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VAWA Renewed

The Associated Press reported that the House on Thursday passed and sent to President Barack Obama a far-reaching extension of the Violence Against Women Act. The vote came after House Republican leaders, cognizant of divisions in their own ranks and the need to improve their falterin
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I-485 Application Approved Based Upon Marriage to a US Citizen

Our New York Immigration Lawyers recently guided a couple through the process of filing for marriage-based adjustment of status. A naturalized U.S. citizen originally from Jamaica wanted to sponsor her husband for a green card and came to our law firm for assistance.  Her husband has
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