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Uscis Announces A Proposal To Increase Periods Of Stay For Tn Professional Workers From Canada Or Mexico
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Announced Today That It Is Publishing A Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking (Nprm) To Increase The Maximum Amount Of Time A Tradenafta (Tn) Professional Worker From Canada Or Mexico Can Remain In The United States Before Seeking Readmission Or Obtaining An Extension Of Stay. The Proposal Will Extend The Maximum Period Of Admission For Tn Workers From One Year To Three Years, The Same Term That Uscis Currently May Grant To H1b Specialty Occupation Workers.

When I Am Supposed To Apply For Advanced Parole?
I Filled The I-130 The G-325 And 230. Gave Marriage Certificate; Copies Of Passport And Etc. I Am Waiting For The Interview Date. When I Am Supposed To Apply For The Advanced Parole Form? Norma

New Section Added To Immigration To Australia Website - Specifically For Greek Immigration To Australia
Australian Immigration News New Section Added To Immigration To Australia Website - Specifically For Greek Immigration To Australia Immigration 2 Australia Has Been Launched As An Essential Guide To Help The Increasing Number Of People Thinking Of Australian Immigration. The Web Site Provides Information On Australian Visas, Information On Finding Australian Jobs, Somewhere To Live And The [...]

Dos Exempts Families Of Injured Workers From Niv Fee
The Department Of State Has Published An Interim Rule Amending The Schedule Of Fees For Consular Services To Include An Exemption From The Nonimmigrant Visa Application Processing Fee For Family Members Traveling To The United States For The Funeral Or Burial Of A U.S. Government Employee Killed In The Line Of Duty Or To Visit A U.S. Government Employee Critically Injured In The Line Of Duty.

Infopass Comes To Colorado
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Today Formally Opened The Internetbased Appointment System To Residents Of The Colorado Area. Traditionally, Customers Would Begin Lining Up Outside Uscis District Offices At Dawn To Speak To An Immigration Information Officer. Uscis Director Eduardo Aguirre Predicts That Infopass Will Ultimately Mean The End Of Having Waiting In Line Altogether.

Uscis Launches Online Service To Check Status Of Foia Requests
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Recently Launched The Online Foia Request Status Check Service Providing Customers A Quick And Secure Way To Check The Status Of Requests They Have Made Under The Freedom Of Information Act (Foia).

Cbp In San Diego Reminds Border Crossers To Anticipate More Traffic At Area Ports When School Year Begins
The Cbp Officials Reminds The Members Of The Traveling Public To Expect To See More Cars And Pedestrians At Area Border Crossings In The Coming Days As The Summer Break For Thousands Of Area Students Comes To An End. Large Numbers Of Students Who Attend Classes At Various Private And Public Schools And Colleges In San Diego Commute From Mexico To The U.S. On A Daily Basis. This Increase In Traffic, Especially During The Traditionally Busy Morning Commute, Can Result In Longer Than Normal Crossing Times. Being Prepared For The Inspection Process By Having Documents Ready For The Cbp Officer, Declaring All Items Acquired In Mexico, And Ending Cell Phone Conversations Before Arriving At The Inspection Station Can Also Reduce Wait Times.

Dhs Announces Customer Service Improvements To Entry Process For International Travelers
The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Announced Today The Launch Of Three Initiatives - The Global Entry Pilot Program, The Passenger Service Program, And An Expanded Model Ports Initiative - Intended To Strengthen Customer Service At U.S. Ports Of Entry.

Eoir Declares Bia Pro Bono Project As Successful
An Executive Office For Immigration Review (Eoir) Evaluation Of The Board Of Immigration Appeals (Bia) Pro Bono Project Indicates That The Project Has Been Successful In Increasing The Level And Quality Of "Pro Bono" (Free Of Charge) Representation For "Respondents" (Persons In Immigration Removal Proceedings) Who Appeal Their Cases To The Bia.

Eb2 Immigrant Visa Cutoff Dates For India And China
As Per The Department Of State (Dos) Visa Bulletin For August 2008, Cutoff Dates For The Employmentbased Second Preference (Eb2) Category For India And China Will Advance More Than Two Years, To June 1, 2006. Also In August, The Employmentbased Third Preference (Eb3) Subcategory For "Other Workers" Will Become Unavailable Worldwide, But Is Expected To Resume Availability With A January 1, 2003 Cutoff Date In October Of This Year. All The Other Employmentbased Immigrant Visa Categories Will Remain Unchanged In August, 2008.

Uscis Salutes America&Cedil;S Newest Citizens
The Uscis Hosted Two Special Naturalization Ceremonies In Iraq And Kuwait This Week Under Which 235 Military Service Members From 54 Countries Became The Newest Citizens Of The United States. Uscis Immigration Officials Volunteer To Travel To Combat Theaters To Conduct Naturalization Interviews And Hold Citizenship Ceremonies For Members Of The U.S. Military. Their Tireless Work, In Several Cases Up Until The Last Possible Moment, Ensured That 192 Service Members Recited The Oath Of Allegiance During A Ceremony At Camp Victory In Baghdad, Iraq. Later In The Week, Uscis Officials Also Naturalized 20 Service Members At Camp Arifjan In Kuwait.

What&Cedil;S Next After Marriage On Fiance Visa
Hi, I Recently Got Married To A Usc On A Fiancee Visa And My Questions Are: A) Is There A Timeframe By When My Husband Should File The Green Card Petition For Me? B) Should We File In Form I-130 And Wait For It To Be Approved Before We File In Form I-485 Or Can We Just File Both At The Same...

Can I-485 Be Filed While I-130 Is Pending?
I Came To The Us On A B-2 Visa. Got Married Here And My Wife Filed For I-130. So Far Haven't Even Received The Notice Of Action. I Wanted To Ask If We Could File The I-485 While The I-130 Is Pending? I Know We Should Have Filed Concurrently But Didnt Realize It At The Time. Appreciate The Help!

Uscis Updates Naturalization Processing Times At Local Offices
The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Has Released The Projected Times For Local Offices To Complete Processing Of Applications For Citizenship From Individuals Who Filed During The Summer Of 2007. Last July, Uscis Received 460,000 Applications For Naturalization. That Was Three Times The Record For Any Previous Month. For The Year, Uscis Received 1.4 Million Naturalization Applications, Almost Double The Normal Annual Volume.

Backlog Will Be Eliminated By 2006, Says Dhs Secretary Ridge
That Hard Work Is Paying Important Dividends And Director Aguirre's Backlog Reduction Plan Is Not Only Working, But Is Ahead Of Schedule. We Fully Expect To Meet Our Goal Of Having The Backlog Down To Zero By 2006.

Into Almost The Last Leg Of My Travel Workshop In Chennai
This Month's In Focus Section Will Journey You Through Yet Another Exciting Day In Our Attorney's Travelogue: Chennai, Our Second Immigration Workshop In The Immigration Events Series Last Year.

Dhs Announces Expanded Border Control Plans
Department Of Homeland Security Announced Plans To Expand Control Of The United States Borders Through Increased Use Of Immigration Laws To Combat Illegal Entry Between The Ports Of Entry While Facilitating Travel For Legitimate Mexican Visitors.

Zoster Vaccine Shortage
The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (Cdc) Have Informed Uscis That The Zoster Vaccine, Which Is One Of The New Vaccination Requirements Effective July 1, 2008 For The Applicants Age 60 And Older, Is Currently Unavailable Due To Shipping Delays By The Manufacturer. The Zoster Vaccine Is Even Listed On The Revised Edition Of Form I-693, Report Of Medical Examination And Vaccination Record (06/05/08 Edition Date). Until Further Notice From The Cdc, One Has To Be Aware That A Form I-693 May Be Accepted If It Is Only Missing The Zoster Vaccine. Civil Surgeons May Notate It On The Form As "Vaccine Not Available".

Revised Filing Instructions For Petition For Alien Relative
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Is Revising The Filing Instructions For The Petition For Alien Relative (Form I130). Effective Dec. 3, 2007, All Applicants Filing Standalone Form I130s Are Encouraged To File Their Petitions With The Chicago Lockbox Instead Of A Uscis Service Center.

Uscis Revises Form I693, Report Of Medical Examination And Vaccination Record
The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Has Announced That It Has Revised Form I693, Report Of Medical Examination And Vaccination Record. The Revision Was Necessitated By Changes To The Tuberculosis (Tb) Component Of The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention's Technical Instructions For Civil Surgeons. This Revised Form (Edition Date 04/02/08) Must Be Used For Any Medical Examination Completed On Or After May 1, 2008. Previous Editions Of The Form I693 May Not Be Used On Or After That Date.