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What Type of China Birth Certificate Is Required for U.S. Immigration?

If you were born in Mainland China and are applying for a U.S. green card, you will need to submit a China birth certificate. That’s true regardless of whether you are filing a Form I-485, Application to Adjust Status, with … Continue reading

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“No politics of fear,” S.J. leaders pledge after immigration lawsuit (San Jose Mercury News)

A group of religious and political leaders vowed their support Friday for the San Jose Police Departments hands-off policy on immigration enforcement, adding that a recent lawsuit should not make residents wary Read more detail on Legal News Directory – … Continue reading

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Help Wanted: Seeking Congressional Committees Interested in Wise Immigration Policies – By Anthony Weigel

Blogging hiatus will end shortly. In the meantime, here’s a post from my friend Tony Weigel of the Weigel Law Office in Grain Valley, Missouri who is an immigration lawyer and a member of AILA. Wisdom is a big, beautiful … … Continue reading

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ICYMI- DOJ Pulls Immigration Judge from Case (Castro-Tum) After Judge Requests Briefing

In case you missed it, above is a letter signed by several retired Immigration Judges and former members of the Board of Immigration Appeals in response to the Department of Justice's act of pulling a sitting Immigration Judge from a… … Continue reading

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What Can I Do If My Immigration Case Is Taking Too Long?

Many immigration cases can take up to a year or more during what is called the normal processing time.  For example, the local Jacksonville USCIS office has a published processing time of 8 months to 15.5 months for a spouse … Continue reading

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