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U.S. Justice, State Departments join forces to probe companies abusing visa programs
Mistreatment of Temporary Workers

By Reuben Seguritan   A lot of people in the world aspire to work in the United States. This may be because there are not enough jobs in their country, or the value of the United States dollar in their country is very high, or they would like a better life for themselves and their Read the full article…

‘Dreamers’ Rush to Renew Their Protections One Last Time
US tightening rules for visas: report
Possible Immigration Options for ‘Dreamers’

By Reuben Seguritan     With the recent termination of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA), close to 800,000 DACA recipients also known as ‘Dreamers’ fear that they may be losing more than just protection from deportation and permit to work in the United States.   The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is no Read the full article…

Trump’s Support for Law to Protect ‘Dreamers’ Lifts Its Chances
What ‘DREAMERS’ Need to Know After DACA Ends

  Through an early morning tweet on September 5, President Donald Trump signaled what the government dubbed as an “orderly phasing out” of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) that was signed by his predecessor Barack Obama.   Due to this development, the DHS immediately announced that it “will provide a limited, six-month window Read the full article…

Filing I-751 Waiver Based on Abuse

by Reuben Seguritan   A foreign spouse has conditional residence in the United States for two years if he/she acquired permanent residence because of his/her marriage to a US citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR). The immigrant spouse must file Form I-751 or Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence jointly with his/her spouse with the Read the full article…

Mayors, local officials ask Trump to defend DACA recipients
Visa Cancellation Due to Overstay

By Reuben Seguritan     A citizen of a foreign country may enter the United States with a B-2 visa for tourism and leisure purposes. Using this nonimmigrant visa, a foreign national may be allowed to stay in the United States for 6 months at a time. The B-2 visa for tourists itself has a Read the full article…