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Visa Bulletin For January 2011

A. STATUTORY NUMBERS 1.  This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during January. Consular officers are required to report to the Department of State documentarily qualified applicants for numerically limited visas; the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security reports applicants for adjustment of status.  Allocations were made, to [...]

By |2016-11-14T23:35:08+00:00January 3rd, 2011|Immigration Blog|0 Comments

Marriage Based Green Cards, a Guide to Qualify

Marriage based green cards may be obtained in several ways for persons already in the U.S. depending upon marriage either to a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident and depending upon whether he/she entered the U.S. legally or illegally. Marriage to U.S. Citizen There are several options: Get married and immediately apply for a marriage based [...]

By |2016-11-14T23:35:09+00:00August 24th, 2010|Immigration Blog|0 Comments

Visa Bulletin for August 2010

Number 23 Volume IX Washington, D.C. A. STATUTORY NUMBERS 1. This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during August. Consular officers are required to report to the Department of State documentarily qualified applicants for numerically limited visas; the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security reports applicants for adjustment of status. Allocations [...]

By |2016-11-14T23:35:09+00:00August 15th, 2010|Immigration Blog|0 Comments

An Alien’s Motion to Continue Removal Proceedings to Await the Adjudication of a Pending Family-Based Visa Petition

The Board of Immigration Appeals has issued an important decision on the issue of when a continuance should be granted by an Immigration Judge when an alien is in removal proceedings but who has a pending family-based visa petition (an I-130) that makes him or her prima facie eligible to adjust his or her status [...]

By |2010-07-30T20:15:00+00:00July 30th, 2010|Immigration Blog|0 Comments