President Obama has announced a series of executive actions on immigration: http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/ExecutiveActions/ExecActionFlier_En_Full.pdf USCIS is NOT yet accepting applications or requests for these initiatives. Visit www.uscis.gov/immigrationaction for information on when to submit a request. Avoid Scams: Beware of anyone who offers to help you submit an application or request at this time based on the President’s announcement—it may be an immigration scam. Visit www.uscis.gov/avoidscams for more details.
Thank you for making this a simple and efficient process. Unlike other types of law, the citizenship application process is something you only do once. So, we both want you to know how much we appreciate your handling of this and for achieving a successful outcome.
The USCIS is cautioning Diversity Visa Program applicants not to interact with anyone other than the U.S. Department of State regarding the application process which is ongoing and ends on November 2, 2013. Be wary of fake emails, letters, text messages, and phone calls from possible scammers. Please visit https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/ for official U.S. government information on the program. To learn more about other types of immigration scams, and how to avoid becoming a victim of a scam, please visit www.uscis.gov/avoidscams.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has introduced a new version of its online tool that allows users to change their address more quickly and easily. The Change of Address tool is at www.uscis.gov. Users will simply complete a single form with questions that guide them through the process. In addition, the updated tool is now compatible with multiple Web browsers and confirms the change by email.
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When I first came to Miss. Hoffman I was very skeptical, because of my past experiences with immigration lawyers. However, since the first interview with her, she made me feel confident because of how knowledgeable she was. My overall experience working with her and her assistant Elena was exceptional. I plan on going back to her with all my family members.
After a long fight, I was granted my Green card. just a couple of months later, Immigration notified me that my green card will be revoked. Aggie Hoffman did battle for me again, convincing immigration that their reason for revoking was wrong. Now I have peace of mind and I am free to live my life.
Aggie Hoffman goes above and beyond the call of duty for an immigration lawyer. My case was especially challenging because it is extremely rare to get approval for a national interest waiver (EB-2) without a request for evidence, but due to Aggie’s stellar expertise, she handled every angle with magical precision and I received my waiver! Her grade is an A+ for my case and I add 10 plusses.
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H-2B: USCIS announced that it has resumed processing all form I-129 H-2B visa petitions. This is in view of the Court Order in Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas et al v. Solis, 2:09-cv-00240-LDD (E.D. Pa) which declared that the four tier wage methodology rule of the U.S. Dept of Labor (DOL) in making a prevailing wage determination was not acceptable. Accordingly, DOL has published an Interim Final Rule, making required changes in line with the court’s opinion. H-1B visas for 2014: On April… [ Continue reading ]
Premium Processing for Cap-Subject H-1B Petitions to Begin April 15, 2013 WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it will begin accepting H-1B petitions subject to the Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 cap on Monday, April 1, 2013. Cases will be considered accepted on the date that USCIS receives a properly filed petition for which the correct fee has been submitted; not the date that the petition is postmarked. The cap (the numerical limitation on H-1B petitions) for FY 2014 is 65,000. In addition, the first… [ Continue reading ]