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January 2016 Archives

How much do you know about bringing your betrothed to the U.S.? - II

In our last post, we started discussing how no matter how stressful and time-consuming wedding planning can prove to be, it can rapidly become even more so for those who need to bring their foreign national fiancé here to the U.S.

How much do you know about bringing your betrothed to the U.S.?

Virtually anyone who has decided to take a walk down the aisle would tell you that while they wouldn't change anything about their special day, getting everything in order was nothing short of exhausting and nerve-wracking. Indeed, the reality is that most weddings now involve months of painstaking preparation, as the happy couple must do everything from pick a venue and write their vows to finalize a menu and plan their honeymoon.  

SCOTUS to examine Obama's executive action on immigration

The Supreme Court of the United States made headlines yesterday by granting certiorari in U.S. v. Texas, a highly controversial and extremely important case that will examine the constitutionality of President Obama's recent executive actions on immigration.

Efforts to reform EB-5 program fail to gain traction

During the week before Christmas, most people are understandably consumed with finalizing travel arrangements, making last minute purchases and ensuring that holiday plans are in place. As such, it means that they are likely paying slightly less attention than usual to events on Capitol Hill.  

Why are more Cuban immigrants heading to the U.S.?

There is no question that those immigrants who come to the U.S. seeking protection from persecution in their home country do not have an easy road ahead. Indeed, there are forms to fill out, hearings to attend and no real promise of ultimately being granted asylum.