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Articles Tagged: Employment

Regression for Employment Preference Petitions or Visas

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Department of State that issues Visa numbers have good news for family-based classifications but the news is bad for employment-based classifications. In recent years the demand for visa numbers in family based categories has declined.  AILA-DC met with Charles Oppenheimer who works for the State Department Visa Control and Reporting Division responsible for producing the […]

USCIS Texas Service Special Pilot Initiative for employment-based I-485

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                                                                                            An email address EBUPDATE.Tsc@dhs.gov has been provided to notify TSC when an applicant is eligible for porting under AC21.  This pertains ONLY to applicants whose I-485’s have been 1)      pending for over 180 days 2)      eligible for AC21 porting Letters must include Alien number ( A#), old and new employer’s names, copy of new […]

Asylee Benefits: Once you have been granted asylum what can you expect?

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Derivative Asylum You have two years from the grant of your asylee status to file for your minor children under 21 and your spouse regardless or whether they are in the US or  overseas.  Failure to do so would foreclose this option to have them granted asylum.  If your child is over 21 at the […]