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‘Sanctuary city Ban bill” (“Show me the paper law”) in Texas

SB 4: ‘Sanctuary city Ban bill” (“Show me the paper law”) in Texas. Is it constitutional? Its destructive effect on immigrants and communities. On May 7, 2017 Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 4 (S.B. 4), which is set to go into effect on September 1, 2017.

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Decreasing numbers of H1B (professional worker) applicants yet still two few H1B quota

Decreasing numbers of H1B (professional workers) applicant yet still two few quotas, and President’s Trump counterproductive “Buy American and Hire American” executive order---just full of fury and sound.

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Trump's executive order: "Muslim" ban

Trump's Muslim ban is unconstitutional, discriminatory, and makes our country less safe

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I-601 A expanded waiver: Magic way of fixing your status

An expansion on waivers for illegal aliens currently in United States, waiving the overstay bar and allowing aliens to apply for an immigrant visa in home country.

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Trump's presidency on immigration Laws and immigrants

Trump’s Presidency---what impact it would have on Immigrants or undocumented. How to survive 4 years of Trump's presidency as an immigrant or undocumented.

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USCIS plans to issue EAD (Work Permit) to spouses of certain H1B holders

If you have a bachelor’s degree or higher and there is a U.S. employer wanting to hire you for a position that generally requires at least a bachelor’s degree in your major, then you are potentially eligible for: a temporary employment visa (H1B) and an employment-based green card (EB).  But these two are completely separate.  Since an EB process can take several years and you are required to maintain…

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EB2 immigration for Nurses with Advanced degree

For the past couple of years, our office was able to help several nurses with advanced degrees to obtain green cards through EB2...

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