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Immigration News

Four Immigration Program Extended

On 10/28/2009, President Obama signed into law which extends the non-minister religious worker, the “Conrad 30”, the EB-5 visa (investor visa) and the E-Verify program through September 30, 2012. The law also includes statutory authority for USCIS to complete processing of permanent residence applications for surviving spouses and other relatives of immigration sponsors who die… Continue Reading

Special Immigrant Non-Minister Religious Worker Program Extended

On March 20, 2009, President Obama signed Public Law 111-9 extending the non-minister religious worker program through September 29, 2009. Non-minister Religious workers must file their special immigrant peititions before September 29, 2009. Eligibility for special immigrant status requires religious workers (1) to have been a member, for two years, of a religious denomination that… Continue Reading

USCIA Updates Count of FY2010 H-1B Petition Filings

April 9, 2009 WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today announced an updated number of filings for H-1B petitions for the fiscal year 2010 program. USCIS has received approximately 42,000 H-1B petitions counting toward the Congressionally-mandated 65,000 cap. The agency continues to accept petitions subject to the general cap. Additionally, the agency has received approximately… Continue Reading

Obama on Immigration

Barack Obama and Joe Biden’s Plan (from https://www.barackobama.com/immigration-reform/) Create Secure Borders Obama and Biden want to preserve the integrity of our borders. He supports additional personnel, infrastructure and technology on the border and at our ports of entry. Improve Our Immigration System Obama and Biden believe we must fix the dysfunctional immigration bureaucracy and increase… Continue Reading

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