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Immigration Round Table
  • Positive Development on Petitions by U.S. Citizen Parents

    The recently released August 2014 Visa Bulletin of the U.S. Department of State reveals an unusual movement in the priority dates of certain petitions of U.S. citizens. For the first time in many years, the priority dates for the first preference category (F1) petitions by U.S. citizens on behalf…

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  • Proactive Steps to Take for the Registered Nurse Visa Applicant

    Atty. Lou, I have a cousin who is a registered nurse in the Philippines. A few years back, an administrator of a U.S. hospital filed a petition on her behalf under the third employment based preference. After waiting for seven years, her priority date became current and she is…

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  • Where can DACA Students Find Financial Assistance

    A senior college student from U.C.L.A. is concerned about his friend who is undocumented. He emailed me this question: An undocumented high school student goes to a school where teachers did not know about CA Dream Act. She got into a few universities but doesn’t know how to pay…

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  • Changing Status Before Expiration of H1B Visa

    Dear Atty. Lou, I am currently in the United States on an H1B visa. My employer gave me a notice of termination but before my termination, I filed for a change of status to B2 visa.  I just want to inquire on the following: (1) I am planning to…

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  • Obtaining Drivers License May Delude a Non-Citizen to Vote Illegally

    A Filipina national married to a U.S. citizen is facing removal proceedings for voting illegally in a U.S. election in 2006.  Although she is married to a U.S. citizen and has U.S. citizen children, she is being charged with inadmissibility because she violated 18 U.S.C. Section 611, which penalizes…

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