Monthly Archives: July 2010

AILA PROPOSES IMMIGRATION SOLUTIONS (VIDEO)

The American Immigration Lawyers Association has released a video proposing solutions to this nation’s immigration crisis. Immigrant organizations must continue to ensure that the facts are clearly stated and not drowned out by the rhetoric of the anti-immigrationists. Please visit … Continue reading

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ARIZONA APPEALS IMMIGRATION DECISION

Governor Brewer and the State of Arizona have filed an appeal with the Ninth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals seeking to overturn the preliminary injunction handed down by a District Court judge yesterday. My prediction is that the … Continue reading

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H-1B CAP COUNT (7/26/2010)

According to the USCIS, as of July 23, 2010, the agency has received 26,000 FY-2011 cap-subject H-1B petitions of the 65,000 available.  The agency has received 11,300 of 20,000 available advance degree petitions. Please visit our firm’s websites at www.immigrantconnect.com … Continue reading

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VISA BULLETIN FOR AUGUST 2010

The August 2010 visa bulletin is now available. Please visit our firm’s websites at www.immigrantconnect.com and www.americaninvestorvisa.com and check out our page and become our fan on Facebook!

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FEDERAL JUDGE ENJOINS KEY PARTS OF ARIZONA IMMIGRATION LAW

According to latimes.com:  “A federal judge on Wednesday blocked the most controversial elements of Arizona’s new immigration law, thrilling the law’s opponents, dismaying its advocates and setting the stage for more legal battles in the future.” The injunction is a … Continue reading

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SUES ARIZONA OVER IMMIGRATION LAW

According to a article on miamiherald.com:  “Arguing that only Washington can set the nation’s rules for arresting illegal immigrants, the Obama administration launched a legal attack on Arizona’s strict new immigration law Tuesday.” This lawsuit once again puts the immigration … Continue reading

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