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NYFA's Immigrant Artist Program

Transylvanian born artist Ioan Florea, photo NYFA The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) has an Immigrant Artist Program (IAP). The goal of the program is to "connect artists with services and resources to foster their creative careers, gain… … Continue reading

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Immigrant of the Day: Emmanuel Mensah (Ghana)

Emmanuel Mensah immigrated to the U.S. from Ghana five years ago. A member of the U.S. Army National Guard, Mensah died on Thursday in the Bronx fire that killed 12. The night of the fire, Mensah successfully evacuated the family… … Continue reading

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Immigrant Visa Approval Based on Marriage, I-130 Petitioner in Virginia, Beneficiary from Seoul South Korea

CASE: I-130 and Consular Processing (Immigrant Visa) – Marriage-Petition Our client is a Lawful Permanent Resident (Green card holder) who married his wife in Seoul, South Korea in 2013.  After the marriage, he filed an I-130 (F-2A category) petition for … Continue reading

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Immigration Law – To Be or Not To Be An Immigrant

Folks would want to become immigrants and there are certainly numerous causes why they do so. Indeed, there are various reasons, it can be for the family or for one’s self. Perhaps they see another country as a land of … Continue reading

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Immigrant Contributions in Alabama

From the Immigration Policy Center: Alabama's Immigrants, Latinos and Asians: An Economic and Demographic Snapshot Washington D.C. – This week, portions of Alabama's harsh new immigration law, HB 56, take effect in Alabama. While the governor of the state proclaimed… … Continue reading

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