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An Uncertain Future for Documented Dreamers
Justices dismiss Trump-era immigration case, in a Biden win
Supreme Court Rules Thousands of Immigrants Can Be Detained Indefinitely
WHEN A FAMILY PETITION IS DENIED

The I-130 petition is the first step in immigrating to the United States through a family member. It is filed by U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents to establish a relationship with an alien relative. U.S. citizens may file an I-130 for a spouse, unmarried child under 21 years of age, unmarried son or daughter Read the full article…

Less immigrant labor in US contributing to price hikes
Many immigrants can now work legally in the U.S. for longer periods thanks to this new rule
U.S. to extend some expiring immigrant work permits for year and a half
Comprehensive Immigration Reform Has ‘Zero’ Chance This Year, Key Senate Democrat Reportedly Says
GREEN CARD FOR DOMESTIC WORKERS

By Reuben S. Seguritan   Domestic workers may file for a green card under the employment 3rd preference (EB 3 “other workers”) category. The petitioner has to file form ETA 9089 with the US Department of Labor and obtain a labor certification to prove that there are no qualified US workers willing to do the job. Read the full article…

PROLONGED TRAVEL ABROAD MAY JEOPARDIZE YOUR GREEN CARD

By Reuben Seguritan   Permanent resident status is a privilege that may be lost and/or revoked if not maintained and preserved.   Abandonment is one of the ways a noncitizen can lose his lawful permanent resident (LPR) status. It is especially important for an LPR to know what constitutes abandonment in order to protect and Read the full article…


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