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Republicans seethe over plans to order 34 million green cards

Republican members of Congress are getting hot under the collar about the announcement by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services that up to 34 million new green cards are to be ordered. The Republicans believe that President Obama is intending to take extreme measures when he fulfills his promise to enact immigration reform via …

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Silicon Valley businesses to help with pathway to citizenship

A number of prominent technology firms in California’s Silicon Valley have teamed up to air their support for immigration reform. A variety of engineering and technological companies in the United States hire workers from overseas due to their specialized skill sets and invaluable experience. In order to support these workers Nokia, ABZ, DTZ and Technology …

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Individuals with extraordinary ability can get EB-1 green cards

The United States government can provide a number of different kinds of options for those people who are hoping to be able to immigrate to America.  Green cards and visas can deal with a lot of the various aspects of a person’s employment, lifestyle, and marital status, and in some cases even extraordinary abilities. The …

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The importance of applying for advance parole documentation

Immigrants in the United States that have started the process of putting in an application for certain visas or a green card should not leave the country during the time that their application is being processed.  People who have not completed all paperwork might find themselves unable to re-enter the country, so it is crucial …

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Government shutdown end sees immigration processing resume

The government shutdown that began in the United States on October 1st finally came to an end yesterday.  The shutdown has had a negative impact on immigration processing when it comes to matters that are dealt with by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, the Department of State and the Department of Labor. In …

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