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  • NIW Green Card to Live and Work in America
    Foreign nationals may legally live and work permanently in the U.S. by applying for and obtaining green card (lawful permanent residence) status. A green card process may be family-based or employment-based, both have many classifications. Some employment-based green cards are employer-sponsored, whereas others are self-petition. One of the employment-based green card processes is National Interest Waiver (NIW), a self-petition. A NIW green-card process must now be filed with the new Form ETA 9089, instead of the Form ETA 750, Part B. Furthermore, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) will cease issuing Form ETA...

  • USCIS New Filing Locations
    USCIS New Filing Locations Work visas, green cards, and all immigration filings are not considered timely filed with the USCIS unless they are submitted to the correct address. Therefore, USCIS has included a new option to sign up for its filing location updates at its Lockbox Filing Location Updates page:

  • DED Hong Kong | Work Permit for Hong Kong Residents in the U.S.
    Eligible Hong Kong residents covered under Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) as of Jan. 26, 2023, may remain in the United States through Feb. 5, 2025. They are eligible to work in the United States through an approved I-765 Application for Employment Authorization. See details:

  • Asylum New Filing Locations
    USCIS has changed the filing locations for certain affirmative asylum applications submitted by mail. More details:

  • Conditional Green Card #USCIS Receipts Now Valid for 24 Months
    Effective September 4, 2021, #USCIS receipt notices for conditional permanent residents will be valid as evidence of status for 24 months, instead of 18 months. This is for USCIS Form #I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, or Form #I-829, Petition by Investor to Remove Conditions on Permanent Resident Status. #USAImmigrationLawyers #USAImmigrationNews #ImmigrationNews #USAImmigration

  • Money Transfer to #Afghanistan resumes

    #MoneyGram and US Citizenship for Child Born Via Assisted Reproductive Technology

    New #USCIS policy: Non-gestational and/or non-genetic parent may transmit #USCitizenship to Child born abroad via Assisted Reproductive Technology (#ART) if  Child is so related to one parent, & both parents are married at Child's birth & recognized as legal parents per local law

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    Written by Aik Wan Kok. This article is for general informational purpose only. It is not legal advice and does not create attorney-client relationship.

  • Suspension of Certain Nonimmigrant Visas

    SUMMARY:   Certain nonimmigrant work visas (exceptions apply) have been suspended, from June 24, 2020 to December 31, 2020.

    Suspension of Certain Nonimmigrant Visas

    Due to high unemployment resulting from COVID-19, certain nonimmigrant work visas have been suspended from entry into the U.S., starting June 24, 2020 until December 31, 2020. This suspension was issued on June 22, 2020. Recommendations for further immigration changes may take place within 30 days of June 24, 2020, and every 60 days after that.

    This entry suspension or limitation of nonimmigrant work visa is in addition to the existing suspension on...



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Paul Hakimpour - 4 Feb 2011


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