Nova Scotia Launches Immigrant Small Business Financing

I Married A Us Citizen In 2004, And Became A Permanent Resident In 2007 On The Basis Of This Marriage. We Are Now Getting Divorced, Which Raises Some Questions. Do I Need To Notify Uscis About This? If So, Which Forms Do I Need To Submit? Does My Status As A Permanent Resident Add Any Steps To...
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Canada Introduces 3-Year Renewable Work Permits For Nafta Professionals
Canada'S Minister Of Citizenship, Immigration And Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney Has Announced The Introduction Of 3-Year Renewable Work Permits For Professionals Seeking To Enter The Country Under The Terms Of The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta)....

Language In Form I751 Transfer Notices Sent To Petitioners
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Announced Today It Will Revise Language In Transfer Notices Received By Petitioners Who Filed A Petition To Remove Conditions On Residence. The Current Notice Includes Language That May Cause Petitioners To Believe Their Cases Have Been Approved.

U.S. Department Of Labor Requests Comments On Proposed Rules For Priority Of Service For Veterans
The U.S. Department Of Labor's Veterans' Employment And Training Service (Vets) Today Announced The Publication Of A Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking On Priority Of Service For Veterans And Eligible Spouses. Priority Of Service Is An Important Acknowledgment Of The Sacrifices Of The Men And Women Who Have Served In The U.S. Armed Forces. The Proposed Regulations Apply To "Any Workforce Preparation, Development Or Delivery Program Or Service That Is Directly Funded, In Whole Or In Part, By The Department Of Labor," As Provided By The Jobs For Veterans Act (P.L. 107-288), Enacted In 2002.

Uscis To Offer Premium Processing For Certain Form I140 Petitions: Service Begins June 16, 2008
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Announced Today That On June 16, 2008, It Will Begin Accepting Premium Processing Service Requests For Forms I140 (Immigrant Petition For Alien Worker) Filed On Behalf Of Certain Alien Workers Who Are Nearing The End Of Their Sixth Year In H1b Nonimmigrant Status.

Eoir Responds To Sacramento Bee Article
The Executive Office For Immigration Review, U.S. Department Of Justice Has Criticized The Article Published By Sacramento Bee, A Daily Newspaper Based At Sacramento, Ca. In A Letter Written To The Editor Of The Daily, Eoir Observes That The Article Has Created Erroneous Conclusion.

Uscis To Close Havana Office Due To Hurricane Ike
The Uscis Announced Today That Its Havana Field Office, Located At Located At: Calzada E/ L Y M, Vedado, C. Havana, Cuba Due To The Hurricane Ike. The Office Will Remain Closed Until Wednesday, Sept. 10. But The Uscis At The Same Time Is Being Generous To All Its Customers Who Are Evacuated From Their Homes, By Rescheduling All Appointments Until A Time When It Is Safe To Resume Operations.

American Citizen Sponsoring Argentinian Mom
I Am An American Citizen Living In France For The Last Year. I Will Like To Sponsor My Mom That Lives In Argentina. What I Have To Do In Order To Make It Work And How Long Will Take To Get Approved. Norma

Samenfink Heads Cbp&Cedil;S Modernization Office
U.S. Customs And Border Protection (Cbp) Has Announced The Appointment Of 26Year Cbp Veteran Louis Samenfink As Executive Director Of The Agency's Modernization Office.

Biometric Identification Technology Operational Nationwide
The Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) In A Joint Effort With The Department Of Justice (Doj) Announced Today That Integrated Tenprint Biometric Identification Technology Is Operating In Every U.S. Customs And Border Protection (Cbp) Border Patrol Station Throughout The Country.

Advance Parole: A Condition Prerequisite For Travel Abroad
The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Service (Uscis) Has Made It Mandatory For Applicants Undergoing Adjustment Of Status To Obtain Advance Parole Before Traveling Abroad.

H-1B1, A Feasible Alternative To H-1B For Chileans And Singaporeans
On September 3, 2003, President George W. Bush Signed Into Law Free Trade Agreements (Ftas) With Singapore And Chile Which Then Created A New Class Of Non-Immigrant Work Visa For Singaporean And Chilean Citizens: The H-1B1. With The Limitations On The H-1B Visa Category, Particularly The 65,000 Cap On New H-1B Visas Each Fiscal Year, The H-1B1 Has Subsequently Become One Of The Feasible Alternatives To The H-1B Visa. In This Article We Will Explore The H-1B1 Visa, A Visa Category Available To Citizens Of Singapore And Chile.

Australia Immigration To South Australia At Record Levels.
Australian Immigration News Australia Immigration To South Australia At Record Levels. The Australian Bureau Of Statistics (Abs) Have Just Released Figures That Shows The Level Of Migration To South Australia Is At A Record High. During The Last Twelve Months To April 2007, South Australia Received A Net Gain From Overseas Migration Of 12,600 People, And The First [...]

Uscis Naturalizes First Military Spouse Overseas
Zita Chouchan, The Spouse Of A Member Of The U.S. Military Recited The Oath Of Allegiance And Became The Newest Citizen Of The United States Yesterday At The U.S. Consulate In Frankfurt, Germany. This Was The First Overseas Naturalization Ceremony For A Military Spouse.

Need Information About G4 Visa
Hi All, I Need Information About G4 Visa. Which Documents Are Required For Apply G4 Visa? What Is Ability For Applying For G4 Visa? When Can One Apply G4 Visa? How Much Time It Will Take To Process G4 Visa? Thanks In Advance

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (Ainp) Cuts Red Tape For H1b Category

The Strategic Recruitment Stream Of The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (Ainp) Fast-Tracks The Permanent Residency Applications Of Migrants Who Have Been Working For At Least One Year In The United States On An H1b Visa* In An Occupation That Is In High Demand In Alberta.&Nbsp; No Canadian Job Offer Is Required For This Category.

Province Of Saskatchewan Investing In Immigrant Settlement

The Saskatchewan Minister Of Advanced Education, Employment, And Labour, Rob Norris, Recently Announced That $2.59 Million Has Been Allocated To Support Immigrant Service Providers Across The Province.&Nbsp;

Dhs Rectifies Omission Of Jacksonville From Usvisit
Dhs Has Amended The List Of Ports That Was Published On August 20, 2004 To Include The Jacksonville Sea Port. On August 20, 2004, The Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Published A Notice In The Federal Register Adding Certain Ports To, And Deleting Certain Ports From, Inclusion In The Usvisit Program. In This Notice, The Jacksonville Sea Port In Jacksonville, Florida Was Inadvertently Deleted.

Uscis Releases New Edition Of Form I9
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Released An Updated Version Of Form I9, The Employment Eligibility Verification Form. The June 5, 2007 Edition Of The Form Is Set To Expire On June 30, 2008 And Is Replaced By The New Form Dated June 16, 2008. The New Version Contains No Substantive Changes From The Previous Edition.

Uscis Announces Reduction In Backlog For Immigration Benefits Processing
By Completing More Than 600,000 More Cases Than Were Received In The First Three Quarters Of Fiscal Year 2004, Uscis Announced That The Backlog Has Declined For The Processing Of Immigration Benefits Such As Work Authorization, Permanent Residency, And Naturalization.

Us Citizen Whose Husband Was Deported
My Husband Was Deported In Jan 2008, We Had Gotten Married But Not Filed Any Paperwork With Immigration. Meanwhile His Work Permit Expired And Was Denied Renewal And A Deportation Order Was Put For Him. Immigration Picked Him Up And He Signed A 10 Year Deportation. I Have Filed For Two Waivers...

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