19 Oct

Louisiana Man Sues to Strike Down Unconstitutional State Law Blocking Immigrants from Marrying

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 18, 2016 CONTACTS Juan Gastelum, NILC media relations specialist, gastelum@nilc.org, 213-375-3149 Audrey Stewart, NOWCRJ managing director, astewart@nowcrj.org, 504-655-2092 NEW ORLEANS — A Louisiana man is challenging an unconstitutional state law that denies some immigrants in the state the fundamental right to a legal marriage. Viet “Victor” Anh Vo filed the lawsuit…

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03 Sep

Is it time for practicing Muslims to leave France? | French Muslims opportunities in the USA and Canada

Following the French law and issues regarding the Burkini and Muslims “ban” in France many Muslims are thinking of leaving France for a better life. The truth is that French society is now known to be intolerant. While France portrays itself as a country of freedom, it can also be as oppressive as many other…

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30 May

Will Trump cause a Negative Immigration Reform?

According to many polls, Donald Trump might actually be the next president of the United States of America. Lately he has been increasing his call to build a wall, to deport millions and to change the entire immigration system including the H1B visas, the student OPT program and many other changes. The question is whether…

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25 May

Visa Bulletin Predictions for July 2016

As you all know June 2016 is horrible for India F4 family category and EB2 category. We have tried to analyze the possibilities to actually give you a perspective what we can expect in the next month. Please watch the video and share it.

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24 Mar

K1 Visa Alert

As from April 1 2016, all fiancee visas for Canada will be done in Montreal. The latter will be the only US consulate to process the K1 visas. As such we advise all our clients who do not live in Montreal to be ready to travel for their interview at the Montreal US consulate office….

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18 Mar

Removal of Conditional Residence (I-751) after Divorce

Whenever, you have obtained your permanent residence through marriage and the card was issued prior to the second anniversary of the marriage, you will obtain what we call a conditional residence. The conditional residence has the same value as the permanent residence except that you need to remove the conditions on the conditional card in…

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