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Help Fund a Project, and Get a Green Card

February 2, 2011
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Help Fund a Project, and Get a Green Card

With bank financing for new construction in short supply, real-estate developers are turning to a federal program that grants green cards to foreign nationals who invest at least $500,000 in a project. The new attention has turned a once-obscure alternative source of funds into a viable route toward development. Use of the 20-year-old program...
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Important Changes In Widely Used I-485 Adjustment Of Status To Permanent Residence Form And Procedure

April 5, 2010
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Important Changes In Widely Used I-485 Adjustment Of Status To Permanent Residence Form And Procedure

The I-485 adjustment of status form is undergoing changes which must be noted because of its widespread use and because failure to adhere to the new procedures could cause filings to be rejected that in some cases could cause applicants to fall out of...
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No Deadline for H1B Visa Applicants: USCIS

April 2, 2010
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No Deadline for H1B Visa Applicants: USCIS

The US citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have started accepting the H1B Visa applications for the next fiscal year from Wednesday. An overall 65,000 applications are offered excluding 20,000 H1B visas for applicants of US masters’ or higher degree. In 2009, due to the...
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Greencard for child of a fiancée of a US citizen

March 31, 2010
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Greencard for child of a fiancée of a US citizen

The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that a child of a fiancée of a United States Citizen or K-2 visa holder can adjust his or her status to...
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Laschenova, Lawyer Renew Immigration Quest

March 10, 2010
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Laschenova, Lawyer Renew Immigration Quest

Coaching in the U.S. for the past 10 years, Olympic gold medalist Natalia Laschenova said she will continue her quest to earn a green card despite the denial letter...
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Immigration laws quash many dreams

February 22, 2010
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Immigration laws quash many dreams

UNDER CURRENT U.S. immigration law, there are three primary ways to gain legal entry into the country other than for a limited stay as a tourist. • The first...
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    The Fiscal Times
    Ben A. Rissing, a professor at Brown University, and Emilio J. Castilla, a professor at MIT's Sloan School of Management, studied applications for labor certification, an essential first step in obtaining a Green Card. They looked at every application ...

  • Scams target immigrants seeking US Green Card
    CBS News
    A program that offers immigrants a "Green Card" through a State Department lottery is drawing fraudsters targeting those seeking legal residency in the U.S.. Advertisements claiming to help people qualify for a Green Card under the Diversity Visa ...

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