The Long Wait
The Washington Post reports on the story of a woman who finally got her citizenship on her 104th birthday. "She moved to Portland as a girl but never got the documents the state now requires. Pringle finally proved her citizenship through Census records found by the Oregon Historical Society."
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THE I-140 BOOK
ILW.COM is pleased to announce a new book on the I-140 process which is currently in print-production, expected to ship in a few weeks. The book’s Editor and Principal Author is noted practitioner Herbert A. Weiss, and features contributions from Brian S. Weiss, Kristen Quan Hammill, Prakash Khatri, Faye Kolly, Sherry Neal, Howard L. Kushner, and Dorothee B. Mitchell The Table of Contents is as follows:
Part I. I-140 Introduction
Chapter One: Author's Introduction
Chapter Two: Basic Important Employment-Based Concepts by Kristen Quan Hammill
Part II. I-140 by Herbert A. Weiss
Chapter One: Basic Overview of the I-140 EBIV Process
Chapter Two: The Scope of Agency Authority
Chapter Three: The Job Offer Requirement
Chapter Four: The Immigration Act of 1990
Chapter Five: The EB-11 Extraordinary Ability
Chapter Six: The EB-12 Outstanding Professor and Researcher
Chapter Seven: The EB-13 Multinational Manager and Executive
Chapter Eight: The EB-2 Advanced Degree Professional and Person of Exceptional Merit and Ability
Chapter Nine: The EB-3 Skilled Worker
Chapter Ten: The I-140 Form
Chapter Eleven: The Standard of Evidence
Chapter Twelve: Priority Dates
Chapter Thirteen: Multiple Petitions
Chapter Fourteen: Successors in Interest
Chapter Fifteen: Ability to Pay
Chapter Sixteen: Portability
Chapter Seventeen: Revocation, Invalidation and The Section 204(c) Bar
Chapter Eighteen: Withdrawals and Appeals/Motions
Chapter Nineteen: A Checklist
Part III. Special I-140 Topics
Chapter One: Step by Step For Schedule A Applications by Sherry Neal
Chapter Two: Aliens of Exceptional Ability in the Performing Arts by Howard L. Kushner
Chapter Three: Derivative Beneficiaries of Employment Based Immigrant Petitions and the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) by
Dorothee Mitchell and Faye M. Kolly
Chapter Four: The Future of The I-140 (Employment-Based Immigration) Process by Prakash Khatri
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Bloggings On Updates In Immigration Law
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Bloggings On Nurse And Allied Health Immigration
Christopher T. Musillo writes "At this point, it is unclear how USCIS officials will analyze H-1B third-party worksites in light of this new "stock" RFE and the Memorandum."
Immigrant Of The Day: Jorge Gutierrez of Mexico
Kevin R. Johnson writes "In 2008-09, Gutierrez, who led the team with 27 steals, was named the team's Defensive Player of the Year last season."
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USCIS Changes I-765 Filing Location
USCIS announced revised filing instructions and addresses for applicants filing an Application for Employment Authorization (Form I-765).
USCIS Announces Grant Opportunities
USCIS announced the availability of two different grants totaling $7 million designed to promote citizenship education and immigrant integration in communities across the country.
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A Comprehensive Lawyer's Guide on TAX COMPLIANCE for Immigrants and Employers. Obtain your copy at http://ow.ly/19UHi
A New Civil Rights Movement: Undocumented Students for #Immigration Reform http://ow.ly/1bjbd it's not a partisan issue, it's a human issue!
NYCLU Documents #Immigration Detainee Grievances at Varick http://ow.ly/1bhx6
Size of undocumented population is "badge of success" http://ow.ly/1bhq8 but racist antis hate economic growth
Racists antis say Haitians kill children http://ow.ly/1bhhD No common ground with antis, they dont belong in USA, deport them to Antarctica!
People should not be waiting this long! Oregon woman gets proof of citizenship... at 104 http://ow.ly/1bda2 #immigration #uscisfail
A sharp change: Lake County Sheriff urges Congress to legalize undocumented. "It's morally the right thing to do" http://ow.ly/1bd4F
A story that shows the strength of immigrants! RT @nysylc RT @change My Name is Angy and I'm a DREAMer http://bit.ly/adA8YW #dreamact in '10
CompeteAmerica Endorses Kerry-Lugar Visa Bill: Would create new employment-based immigrant visa for foreign entrepreneurs http://ow.ly/1aXNK
Federal prosecutor defends practice of seeking criminal convictions agnst undocumented. Alleges not waste of money! http://ow.ly/1aTfW #FAIL
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