22 Nov

Has Donald Trump Shifted Position on Immigration?

On his surprise address, on November 21 2016, President Donald Trump made a sharp turn on his priorities. He mentioned that he will be focusing on visa programs which take jobs from American workers. Trump will ask Department of Labor (DOL) to actually investigate such visas. According to Politico.com, TRUMP’S DOL WILL TARGET VISA PROGRAMS:…

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19 Nov

Inspiration from Hamilton

A message of hope from Broadway. Unfortunately our world is now in a different situation. Yes #MikePence was at @HamiltonMusical here's what we had to say pic.twitter.com/YIjt7JZ3gF — G R E G O R Y (@ghaney22) November 19, 2016

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18 Nov

USCIS Publishes Final Rule For Certain Employment-Based Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa Programs

Release Date: November 18, 2016 WASHINGTON— USCIS has published a final rule to modernize and improve several aspects of certain employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa programs. USCIS has also amended regulations to better enable U.S. employers to hire and retain certain foreign workers who are beneficiaries of approved employment-based immigrant visa petitions and are waiting…

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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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06 Oct

Immigration Office in Washington DC

Washington DC October 6 2016 – By popular demand the Shah Peerally Law Group PC has launched its Washington DC office three months ahead of schedule. The office – located at 1020 16th Street NW – is stationed in the heart of Washington DC two blocks away from the White House and in the vicinity…

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28 Sep

Update on UNNJ cases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, September 27, 2016 Two Recruiters Admit Scheme To Fraudulently Maintain Immigration Status, Obtain Work Authorizations For Foreign Clients Through “Pay To Stay” New Jersey College NEWARK, N.J. – Two employees from a Somerset County, New Jersey, company today admitted recruiting foreign nationals to enroll at a “pay to stay” New Jersey…

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