A common practice of INS officers when investigating marriage based visa petitions is to show up at the couples home, often in the early morning and always without warning, in order to search the home to uncover evidence that the … more
Recently, it has come to my attention that a certain school in the Glendale School District has been threatening to deny access to immigrant students who are unable to show proof of immigration status. In this incident, the school official … more
By : admin | Category : Immigration News | Comments Off on Voluntary Departure May Not Be The Best Solution
8th Aug 1996
Too many times I listen to sad stories from the Filipinos who come to my office for a free consultation: accounts of couples who are deeply in love who cannot marry because of a pending unmarried son/daughter petition, accounts of … more
The United States Constitution commits control over immigration to the United States Congress. Congress, pursuant to this power, introduced the modern Immigration and Nationality Act in 1952, and has since made many amendments. Immigration is therefore a mater of Federal … more
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