Just Say No to Immigration Marriage Fraud

Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is highly suspicious of people who try to obtain permanent residence (green card) through marriage. In fact, USCIS has previously stated that in its opinion, over one-third of the marriage-based permanent resident petitions it receives are based on marriage fraud. As a result, the government will scrutinize the application and interview the couple with an…

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Scott Brown and Immigration Reform

This is a great discussion on how Scott Brown’s election in Massachusetts could affect the Obama Administration’s plans for immigration reform in 2010.  Bottom line: coalitions of different ethnicities need to be built in order to strengthen demand for reform.  The US immigrant community has historically been a key player in the labor movement, and reform benefiting immigrants will help…

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