Obama Deferred Action For Illegal Immigrants Hit A Bump in the Court
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:48 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:40
Feb. 17 — The two deferred action programs that drew the most attention when President Barack Obama announced various immigration policies in November are on hold following a ruling by a federal judge in Texas late Feb. 16.
Judge Andrew S. Hanen of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas issued a preliminary injunction preventing the deferred action for parents of Americans and lawful permanent residents (DAPA) program and the expanded deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) program from going into effect.
Both programs were announced in a Nov. 20, 2014, memorandum from Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson that was part of a wide-ranging executive action on immigration revealed the same day by President Obama.
Visa Holders Denied Entry to The U.S. After Unauthorized Employment During Previous Visits
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:49 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:37
It is now becoming a daily occurrence and it is important for U.S. Immigration News to report so other non-Immigrant visitors to the United States will not fall into this trap.
There are millions of non-immigrant visas issued yearly by the U.S Embassy abroad and they are intended for specific purposes. As alien issued a visitor visa is expected to visit the United States and departs United States after the visit. An alien issued a religious visa is expected to work only for the religious organization that petitioned for the alien. An alien issued the student visa to enter the United States is expected to go to school and nothing more.
Naturalization Based on Marriage; Another Green Card Interview
Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:37
Many Immigrants in the United States today are filing application for naturalization multiple times before they can become U.S. citizens. This is due to lack of proper advice from the right source. Some immigrants instead of being approved at the naturalization interview to become US citizens end up losing their green cards at the interview. At U.S. Immigration News, we will continue to report and leave it to our readers who are immigrants to decide what to do.
It must be noted by all immigrants who obtained permanent resident status through marriage that there are two processes through which they can become U.S citizens. The circumstances of their marriages and the level of documentation involved should help determine which of two to follow. A qualified immigration Attorney, if consulted could help make the decision on which to follow. It is risky and a waste of your hard earned money to file application for naturalization multiple times. You will be creating negative record for yourself which could make it difficult for you to achieve your goal of becoming a US citizen.
DV Lottery 2016 Result To Be Released; Another 55,000 Winners To Get Free Green Cards
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:36 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Saturday, 16 May 2015 13:34
Before the scam artists begin their fraudulent crusade of exploitation of the innocent and ignorant, the U.S. Immigration News has decided to go ahead of them to warn all applicants all over the world to beware.
The result of the Diversity Visa Lottery 2016 which was entered into between October 1, 2014 and November 3, 2014 will be released in batches starting from May 5, 2015. It is now important for those who applied for the visa lottery to look for their confirmation numbers and keep them in a safe place. You will only be able to check the result using your confirmation number and some other personal information.
As soon as we get to the month of May 2015, the internet will be flooded with fraudulent information geared toward milking innocent victims. Many potential immigrants will receive fraudulent emails asking them to wire money because they've won the lottery. Please beware and do not waste your resources.
According to warning posted on the U.S. Government website, “The Department of State, Office of Visa Services, advises the public of a notable increase and reporting of fraudulent emails and letters sent to Diversity Immigrant Visa (DV) program (Visa Lottery) applicants. The scammers behind these fraudulent emails and letters pose as the U.S. government, and attempt to extract payment or favor from DV applicants. We strongly encourage you to review the procedures for the DV program provided below, so that you know what to expect and from whom. Remember that this website is the source of official information about the DV program.”
Humanitarian Waiver For Non-Immigrant Visa Applicants
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 01:28 Written by Joseph Famuyde , Esq Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:58
Today, there are many successful people all around the world who may want to visit the United States but could not because of a past mistake made in their attempt to visit the United States. Some of them misrepresented facts to the Consular Officer while some attempted entry with forged visas and were sent back.
The Law Office of Joseph Famuyide wants to inform the general public that there is a waiver provision in the law of the United States for this immigration law infraction. Once the violation is waived, such a non-immigrant will be able to obtain visa to visit the United States again.
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- Visa Holders Denied Entry to The U.S. After Unauthorized Employment During Previous Visits
- Naturalization Based on Marriage; Another Green Card Interview
- DV Lottery 2016 Result To Be Released; Another 55,000 Winners To Get Free Green Cards
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