Bill HR 1044, the Proposed Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act – Is it Fair?

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It comes as no surprise to employers and foreign nationals that it can take years and years for an employee to receive their green card depending on their country of origin.  While foreign nationals from certain countries are lucky enough to quickly be at the front of the line, others, like nationals of India and China, are waiting years and …

Georgia Driver’s License Rules Have Changed! – Adjustment of Status and Cancellation of Removal Applicants

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The Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) has changed its position on driver’s licenses for certain immigrants and is now giving driver’s licenses to immigrants who are applying for adjustment of status (a green card) or who have a cancellation of removal case pending with the immigration court. In September of 2015 DDS began denying licenses to immigrants in these …

Six Reasons Why Prosecutorial Discretion Can Be Your Best Friend in Immigration Court!

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Going through the immigration removal process can be daunting and will likely cause many, many sleepless nights.  The same questions are often considered over and over again – what will happen if I am deported?  Will my family stay in the U.S.?  Will they return to my country with me?  If not, how will I support them?  How will they …