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USCIS Announces Plan to Streamline Filing of Citizenship Forms
USCIS Announces Plan to Streamline Filing of Citizenship Forms

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a plan to improve the filing and processing of naturalization and citizenship applications . It says that the changes will streamline both the processing of forms through the various local and regional offices ...

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Blog posts in October, 2011

  • Ohio's Proposed Mandatory E-Verify Law - Bad For Ohio's Employers - Bad for Ohio's Economy

    On May 26, 2011 the US Supreme Court ruled that Arizona’s mandatory E-Verify law is constitutional and can go forward thereby requiring all businesses ...

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  • New Bill in Congress Proposes Increasing Immigration of Highly-Skilled Workers

    Immigration law sets a limit on the number of foreign workers with highly specialized job skills that can come to the United States in a particular ...

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  • Ohio Business Investors Offer Help to Immigrants who Create Jobs

    An investment group based in Columbus , Ohio has started a fund offering immigration assistance to international investors who intend to create jobs ...

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  • Dayton, Ohio Proclaims Itself Immigrant-Friendly

    A unanimous City Commission voted on October 5, 2011 to make Dayton, Ohio an “immigrant-friendly city.” The “Welcome Dayton” plan aims to make the ...

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  • Parents of Sick Teenager Get Green Cards

    Sometimes extreme situations can lead to immigration benefits that might not have otherwise been available. Last Friday, October 21, saw just such a ...

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  • Fear of Crackdown on Undocumented Immigrant Hits Ohio Farms

    Farmers in Ohio are expressing concern over a plan to use the “E-Verify” system to screen employment applicants’ immigration status. The system ...

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  • H-1B Visa Cap Predication and Update

    The H-1B visa cap experience in calendar year 2011 has been a remarkable copycat performance of last year and the year before that. Unlike prior years ...

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  • Appeals Court Blocks Portions of Controversial Alabama Immigration Law

    A federal court of appeals blocked some parts of Alabama’s controversial new immigration law last week, but much of the law remains in effect. While ...

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  • The New USCIS Approval Notice Procedure is Unnecessary – If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

    The US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that it will be altering decades’ worth of a well-established procedure which has ...

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