July

Blog Posts in July, 2015

  • Automatic Visa Revalidation For Certain Nonimmigrant Aliens

    Under the automatic visa revalidation provision of the immigration law, the validity of an expired nonimmigrant visa may be automatically extended to the date of application for readmission at ports of entry, provided that the nonimmigrant alien meets certain requirements. This provision also applies to cases where USCIS has changed the alien’s nonimmigrant classification to another nonimmigrant ...
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  • Priority Dates under Employment-Based Immigration May Become Current By End of 2014

    After the elections in November 2014, President Obama may announce an executive order redefining the count for green cards, which would mean that the priority dates for employment-based Green Cards would become current and the last step of the green card application process – I-485 – can be filed for foreign workers with approved I-140s. The U.S. immigration system puts a limit on the number of ...
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  • USCIS memo on H/L Visa holders entering the US on Advance Parole

    U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service HQADJ 70/ 2.8.6, 2.8.12, 10.18 AD 00-03 May 16, 2000 MEMORANDUM FOR: REGIONAL DIRECTORS SERVICE CENTER DIRECTORS DISTRICT DIRECTORS OFFICERS IN CHARGE ASYLUM DIRECTORS PORT DIRECTORS FROM: MICHAEL D. CRONIN ACTING ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER OFFICE OF PROGRAMS SUBJECT: AFM Update: Revision of March 14, 2000 Dual Intent Memorandum. This ...
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