Immigration News and Updates | Shabani & Associates, P.C. - Part 15
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  • Promoting the Family Unity with the New Waiver Policy

    6 February, 2012

    This new proposal would let thousands of spouses of U.S. citizens apply finally for green cards Keeping the purpose of promoting family unity and despite the fact that thousands of families in the U.S. consist on a couple of a U.S. citizen and an illegal alien that are usually kept away from each other in […]

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  • Latinos against Obama as Deportation Rises

    2 February, 2012

    More than two to one Latinos are against Obama administration as the deportations get to record levels Under President Obama administration, the deportations are getting over 30% higher than in George Bush’s second term and about double the annual rate during the first one. But not only this because, while the deportation are rising, the […]

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  • 58 Countries nationals are eligible for H-2A and H-2B

    30 January, 2012

    We bring you the list of the 58 countries that were qualified as eligible to be a part of the H-2A and H-2B programs The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of State had announced a list of 58 countries whose nationals will be able to participate on the H-2A and H-2B programs […]

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  • US Visa Waiver Program

    25 January, 2012

    US Visa Waiver Program: Risks and Benefits. The VWP gives many unique security benefits, for example all the VWP travelers, no matter where they come from, must use secure travel documents, e-passports, and meet the security standards that the U.S. Embassies have updated for the law enforcement. Also a critical innovation has been the requirement […]

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  • Fighting the Immigrations Scams

    25 January, 2012

    An unprecedented effort is taking place between the DHS, DOJ and FTC to fight against the scams in the immigration services. The U.S. government has united three great agencies to fight back the scams going on in the immigration services. Every year more people come to the U.S. looking for the citizenship or the naturalization […]

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  • More time for El Salvador TPS

    25 January, 2012

    The Secretary of Homeland Security has extended the designation of El Salvador for temporary protected status (TPS) for 18 months (from March 9, 2012 to September 9, 2013) due to the conditions in El Salvador resulting from a series of earthquakes in 2001 and the inability to handle the return of its nationals. This Notice […]

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