H-1B Cap Count – May 18, 2012

The U.S. CitizenshipThe country in which a person is born (and has not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which that person owes allegiance and by which he or she is entitled to be protected. and Immigration Service (USCIS) provided a ‘cap count’ for its Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and...
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USCIS to Centralize Filing of Certain Waiver of Inadmissibility Cases

Beginning June 4, 2012, individuals abroad who have applied for certain visas and have been found ineligibleImmigration law says that certain conditions and actions prevent a person from entering the United States. These conditions and activities are called ineligibilities, and the applicant is ineligible for (cannot get) a visa. Examples are selling drugs, active tuberculosis, being a terrorist,...
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H-1B Cap Count – May 11, 2012

The U.S. CitizenshipThe country in which a person is born (and has not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which that person owes allegiance and by which he or she is entitled to be protected. and Immigration Service (USCIS) provided a ‘cap count’ for its Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and...
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Temporary Protected Status for Somalia

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano re-designated Somalia for Temporary Protected StatusEstablishes a legislative basis for allowing a group of persons temporary refuge in the United States. Under a provision of the Immigration Act of 1990, the Attorney General may designate nationals of a foreign state to be eligible for TPSEstablishes a legislative basis for allowing a group of...
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H-1B Cap Count – May 4, 2012

The U.S. CitizenshipThe country in which a person is born (and has not renounced or lost citizenship) or naturalized and to which that person owes allegiance and by which he or she is entitled to be protected. and Immigration Service (USCIS) provided a ‘cap count’ for its Fiscal YearCurrently, the twelve-month period beginning October 1 and ending September 30. Historically, until 1831 and...
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