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Month: October 2012

An Undocumented Immigrant from Mexico Looks Forward to Get a Family Based Green Card

A 39-year-old Mexican, Oscar Campos Estrada, who had entered the United States illegally, before 20 years, is now looking forward to remain permanently in America and to get a Green Card. He has been living in the United States as an undocumented immigrant for many years and will now be able to remain in the …

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Help for Victims of Domestic Violence

Every October, the national Domestic Violence Awareness Month is observed to highlight the issues of domestic violence. Reports state that one out of three women constantly experience domestic violence. Domestic violence is nothing but intimate partner abuse and many women are found to be victims of sexual, emotional and psychological abuses. Many people irrespective of …

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Check Out the New USCIS Employee Rights Toolkit

A new online resource, Employee Rights Toolkit, has been released by the USCIS and this tool kit has been released to increase the awareness of employees about their rights while verifying their eligibility for employment. This resource will help the employees, employees advocates and the others. Educational materials such as videos related to E-verify worker …

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Georgia’s New Immigration Law Requires Professionals to Submit Proof of Legal Status

In order to identify and bring down illegal immigration, Georgia requires people who are looking forward to get professional licenses, to prove that they are in the country legally. Due to this reason the time taken to renew their professional licenses is now taking a long time and new nurses will have to wait for …

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The Call – A Short Film Portraying the Lives of Immigrant Women in America

“The Call”, is a new short film released by Breakthrough, a worldwide human rights organization and this film is based on a real story and it also tells the stories of millions of undocumented women in the United States. It portrays the lives of numerous immigrant women and their sufferings. Women are denied basic human …

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Extension of Four USCIS Programs

Some of the USCIS programs will be extended until September 30, 2015, according to the Public Law 112-176, signed by President Obama. Immigration programs such as e-verify, religious worker visa program, immigrant investor (EB-5) pilot program and the Conrad-30 program, have been extended for three more years. E-Verify, is a program that allows the USCIS …

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Green Card Lottery 2014 and Deferred Action

Deferred action policy, implemented by President Obama is considered to be a relief to many undocumented immigrants in the United States, though the relief is not permanent. This process will temporarily shelve the deportation of many young and innocent undocumented immigrants. Moreover, recipients of deferred action may not be removed from the country for two …

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Dream Act Would Create Millions of Jobs in the United States

The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act, the DREAM Act, was introduced in the year 2001 and this Act has not been passed by the US Congress. If this Act is passed, several eligible undocumented immigrants who had come to the United States as children would be granted permanent resident status in the …

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Same-Sex Partners may be Considered as Family Members

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has told the House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, that the term “family relationships” will also include long-term, same-sex partners. And moving forward, the US immigration officers will consider same-sex couples as family members, in deportation cases. This policy that would recognize lesbian and gay couples, was accepted and greeted by …

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