Monthly Archives: May 2010

CAP-SUBJECT H-1B NUMBERS REMAIN AVAILABLE FOR FY-2011

According to the USCIS, as of May 21, 2010, the agency has received 19,600 Cap-Eligible Petitions out of 65,000 available and 8,200 H-1B Master’s Cap Exemption Petitions out of an available 20,000.  This is a sign of the times as … Continue reading

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USCIS ISSUES REVISED EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION DOCUMENT

According to a Press Release:  “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today announced that it has revised the Employment Authorization Document (EAD), or Form I-766, to incorporate the addition of a machine-readable zone on the back of the card..” Please … Continue reading

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QUESTIONABLE CONCLUSIONS DRAWN FROM POLLS REGARDING ARIZONA’S IMMIGRATION LAW

Poll results need to be taken with a grain of salt.  Issues regarding the ability to extrapolate a national opinion from a random sample of participants, what questions are posed and finally the biases of the organization commissioning the poll … Continue reading

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VISA BULLETIN FOR JUNE 2009

The Visa Bulletin for June 2009 is now available. Please visit our firm’s websites at www.immigrantconnect.com and www.americaninvestorvisa.com.

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“JUST GETTING PAPERS” IS NOT AN OPTION FOR UNDOCUMENTED ALIENS

As the debate over the Arizona immigration law and the prospects for national comprehensive immigration reform continues, there are a few misconceptions that understandably, the general population seems to have about many undocumented workers.  U.S. immigration laws are complex and … Continue reading

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MSNBC HOST RACHEL MADDOW EXPLORES BACKGROUND OF ARIZONA’S IMMIGRATION LAW

I have found a channel and in particular a host, that examines the immigration issue from what I believe to be a “fair” (pun intended) viewpoint.  MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has been analyzing the alleged motivations behind those who helped to … Continue reading

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