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Bush Okays Biometric Passport Deadline Extension
The United States Has Extended The Deadline By An Year For Visafree Countries To Start Issuing Passports With Biometric Indicators, Carrying Digitally Encoded Records Of The Bearer, Which Can Be Scanned By A Computer. According To The Programme, Citizens From 27 Countries Can Travel To The United States Without Visas, But Must Carry A Passport With Biometric Indicators. The Extension Of The Deadline Will Give These Countries Time Until October 26, 2005 To Issue New Passports.

Dhs Releases National Emergency Communications Plan
The Dhs Have Come Up With The One Of The Most Comprehensive Plans Designed To Drive Measurable And Sustainable Improvements To Operable And Interoperable Emergency Communications Nationwide Over The Next Three Years-The National Emergency Communications Plan (Necp). The Necp Is The Nation's First Strategic Plan To Improve Emergency Response Communications, And Complements Overarching Homeland Security And Emergency Communications Legislation, Strategies And Initiatives. The Necp Emphasizes The Human Element And Cross-Jurisdictional Cooperation.

10 Tips To Succeed In The Uscis Marriage Interview
Many People Become Extremely Overwrought When It Comes To Facing An Interview With The Us Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) For Their Marriage-Based Green Card, So Was The Case With Jennie And Robbie. The "Marriage Interview," Which Both Of The Partners Are Required To Attend As Part Of The Green Card Application, Should Not Be Presumed As A Simple Process; It Has The Possibility Of Being A Very Grueling And Painful Event. You Can Take The Stress And Anxiety Out Of The Situation Through Thorough Preparation. It Is For This Reason That This Article Has Been Designed To Make Your Voyage Of Obtaining A Marriage Based Green Card Either For Yourself Or For Your Spouse, An Easy And Pleasant Experience. The 10 Simple Yet Amazing Tips Revealed In This Article Helps You To Be Successful At Your Marriage Based Immigrant Visa Interview.

Raj Becomes A Successful Consultant In The Usa
Raj Is A Database Architect Whose Services Are In Great Demand. Raj Is Currently Employed By A Small Consulting Firm In The United States Where He Works Under A Work Visa On Projects That Client Companies All Over The Us Outsource To His Employer. Raj's Work Is So Well Respected By The Project Managers At Client Companies That Many Of Them Specifically Ask That The Consulting Firm Assign Raj To Work On Their Projects.

Joint Announcement From The Dos And Dhs On Passport Card Production
The U.S. Department Of State (Dos) And The U.S. Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Announced Today That The New U.S. Passport Card Is In Full Production And Is Now Being Distributed. The Passport Card Is A Convenient, Walletsized Document For Land And Sea Travel Between The United States And Mexico, Canada, The Caribbean, And Bermuda. It Is Not Valid For International Travel By Air.

Ice Arrests 42 Illegal Aliens Working At Dulles International Airport
U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement (Ice) Arrested 42 Men Illegally Present In The Country At Dulles International Airport As Part Of A Critical Infrastructure Protection (Cip) Operation. Ice Agents, With Support Of Airport Security Agencies, Arrested The Illegal Aliens Just Inside The Airport Grounds At A Checkpoint Established To Verify The Identity And Immigration Status Of Workers Entering A Service Gate.

Uscis Continues Suspension Of Premium Processing Service For Religious Workers
The U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Announced Today That The Suspension Of Premium Processing Service For Religious Worker (R1) Nonimmigrant Visa Petitions Will Continue At Least Until January 7, 2009. A Previous Sixmonth Suspension Was Announced On January 4, 2008.

Uscis Revises Instructions On Where To Submit Applications Previously Processed By Its Tijuana Field Office
U. S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Today Revised Its Instructions On Where To Submit Applications Previously Processed By Its Tijuana Field Office. The Tijuana Field Office Is Closing On July 3, 2008 And To Prepare, The Agency Stopped Accepting The Following Applications And Transferred Responsibilities As Reflected Below.

Uscis Establishes Genealogy Program
Customers Can Now Turn To U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) For Help In Researching Their Family's Immigration History Through The Agency's New Genealogy Program.

Uscis Interim Rule On Eads
The Uscis Announced An Interim Rule Establishing Ead Validity Periods Based On Certain Criteria. The Rule Also Removes Current Regulatory Language Limiting Ead Validity Periods To Oneyear Increments For Certain Classes Of Aliens Who Are Required To Apply For Employment Authorization.

H1b Stamping - Wife & Husband Have H1b Petition From Same Employer
Hi, My Wife And Myself Have H1bs Approved From Same Employer For The Year 2008. We Are In India Now. Could Someone Clarify The Following Questions I Have: A) Even After Having H1b Petition, Can My Wife Come Along With Me For H4 Stamping ? In That Case, Will Her H1b Petition Be Revoked ? She...

Dhs Announces 12Month Extension Of Tps For Nationals Of Burundi
The Department Of Homeland Security (Dhs) Today Announced A 12Month Extension Of Temporary Protected Status (Tps) For Nationals Of Burundi Until November 2, 2005. Under This Extension, Those Who Have Already Been Granted Tps Are Eligible To Live And Work In The United States For An Additional Year And Continue To Maintain Their Status.

Uscis Biometric Changes For Reentry Permits And Refugee Travel Documents
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis) Have Issued Revised Instructions For Uscis Form I131, Application For Travel Document. The Instructions Include Changes Effective March 5, 2008 That Require Applicants For Reentry Permits And Refugee Travel Documents To Provide Biometrics (E.G., Fingerprints And Photographs) At A Uscis Application Support Center (Asc) For Background And Security Checks And To Meet Requirements For Secure Travel And Entry Documents Containing Biometric Identifiers.

Revised Application For Employment Authorization (Form I765)
U.S. Citizenship And Immigration Services (Uscis} Has Revised The Application For Employment Authorization (Form I765) To Obtain Supplemental Evidence From Alien Physicians With National Interest Waivers (Niw).

Greek Passport Holders Urged To Seek New Passports
Australian Immigration News Greek Passport Holders Urged To Seek New Passports Added: (Sun Mar 11 2007) Minister For Immigration And Multicultural Affairs Amanda Vanstone Has Urged All People Holding Greek Passports Issued Before January 1, 2006, To Contact The Greek Embassy Or Consulate Urgently To Secure New Passports If They Wish To Travel In [...]

New Passport Card Production
The U.S. Department Of State (Dos) Has Begun Production Of The New U.S. Passport Card, A Convenient, Wallet-Sized Document To Be Used For Re-Entry Into The U.S. At Land Border Crossings And Sea Ports Of Entry When Arriving From Mexico, Canada, The Caribbean And Bermuda. As Part Of The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (Whti), Travelers Will Be Required To Present A Single Document Denoting Both Citizenship And Identity When Entering The United States Through Land Or Sea Borders. This Requirement Will Go Into Effect June 1, 2009. However The U.S. Passport Card Cannot Be Used For International Air Travel.

Two Categories Of Special Immigrant Religious Workers To Expire On October 1
It's Like A Reminder From The Uscis For All Its Customers That Authorization For The Non-Minister Special Immigrant Religious Worker Program Will Expire On Oct. 1, 2008. The Uscis Even Said That The Individuals Applying To Serve In The Two Non-Minister Categories Of The Program Must Either Adjust Their Status To Permanent Residence Or Apply For, And Be Admitted With, An Immigrant Visa Before Oct. 1, 2008. The Two Expiring Categories Are Special Immigrant Religious Workers In Professional Or Non-Professional Capacities Within A Religious Vocation Or Occupation. The Expiration Date Also Applies To The Accompanying Spouses And Children Of These Workers. Special Immigrant Religious Workers Entering The United States Solely To Carry On The Vocation Of A Minister Of A Religious Denomination Are Not Impacted By The Expiration Date.

National Preparedness Month; Get Your Emergency Supply Kit, Learn Cpr
The United States Agency For International Development (Usaid) Released A Report On Its Business Transformation Achievements On August 9, 2004 In Parallel To A Government Wide Release Of Similar Reports By Each Cabinet Department

U.S. Labor Department's `Transforming The American Workplace: A 21St Century Vision' Summit Sets Stage For Disability Employment
The U.S. Department Of Labor (Dol) Today Kicked Off Its "Transforming The American Workplace: A 21St Century Vision" Summit, Which Focuses On Including People With Disabilities In The American Workforce And Reduced Barriers To Employment. The Invitationonly Summit Continues Through Tomorrow At Gallaudet University's Kellogg Conference Center In Washington, D.C.

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.