On July 10, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019 (H.R. 1044), which proposes to eliminate the per-country limit for all employment-based immigrants and increase the per-country limit for all family-sponsored immigrants from 7 percent to 15 percent.
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BACKGROUND There exists a long-standing rule in the United States that for an individual to be permitted to immigrate to the U.S., that individual must be able to financially support himself or herself. In other words, individuals who are or would be primarily dependent upon U.S. government assistance would not be eligible for immigration. Legislatively, […]
Dunn Law Firm has always taken great pride in a personalized approach to its clientele. Senior Immigration Partner, Thomas J. Arkell, possesses a deep understanding of the permanent U.S. resident and citizenship processes, having gone through both himself. He also understands the human element of the visa process and knows first-hand the importance of efficiency […]
USCIS adjudicators have recently received more latitude to deny immigration applications, petitions and requests. Last month, a USCIS policy memorandum (PM-601-0163) became effective that affords the USCIS the ability to deny an application without first issuing a Request for Evidence or Notice of Intent to Deny if the application lacks a certain degree of requisite […]
INTRODUCTION Recently, the U.S. government implemented a USCIS Policy Memorandum (PM-602-0050.1) that has increased the number of scenarios in which Notices to Appear will be issued. Generally speaking, a Notice to Appear (“NTA”) is typically the first step in the removal or deportation process. More specifically, an NTA is a document that requires the recipient […]