Blog Posts

Senators Ask State Department to Address Student Visa Backlog

In a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken delivered last week, a group of Democratic senators asked the State Department to “do everything it can to swiftly process student visas” and included 10 proposals to speed up the process to address the backlog of visas for international students due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Senators

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H1B and PERM H1B Season is over 2021, You can do PERM without H1B

Recently, we’ve gotten a lot of inquiries about H1 B’s and the Permanent Labor Certification process, which leads you towards getting a green card. So in this blog post, I will write about H1Bs. Basically, the H1B Visa is given by the United states government to immigrants with specialised skills. The H1B is issued to

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President Biden’s Proposed Immigration Bill.

Have you heard of the proposed new bill President Biden sent to Congress? Even if it is not a law yet, we have received a lot of calls inquiring about this proposal. Even though it’s President Biden’s proposal, it will be up to Congress to discuss it, come up with additions, subtractions, variations, and then

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Cuban Adjustment Act January 2021

Earlier this month a surprising court decision was made by Judge Timothy’s appeal with immigration court Miami. He ruled that any immigrant who has been released from ICE’s(U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) custody at the border as a result of their entry without authorization had been paroled as a matter of law into the country.

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DACA Updates

As of December 7, 2020, the District Court announced that immigration has to start receiving and approving first-time requests for DACA cases and renewal requests regardless of the expiration date for those who already have DACA. In addition, the government is extending to 2 years any DACA and employment authorization documents that were initially issued

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