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Archive for June, 2009

Department Of Homeland Security Immigration Fact Sheet Changes

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:54 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Trbrian Jenkins

In August 2007, the White House released a fact sheet dealing with the Department of Homeland Security and immigration issues. The fact sheet detailed responses and activities by the Department of Homeland Security in the area improving border security and immigration within existing law. The report, titled “Improving Border Security and Immigration Within Existing Law”, detailed reforms and steps that Homeland Security would take to improve the security of the United States in the areas of Border Security, Interior Enforcement, Worksite Enforcement, the Guest Worker Program, improving immigration security, and Assimilation. Among the various tasks and improvements were a number of things that are important for employers and local emergency response agencies to know.

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Immigrant Health Insurance

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:51 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

Loads of people travel to US in search of jobs and many a lucky to find one and stay here. If you are also planning for the same, make sure that you have a proper health insurance policy. To get help in this context, you can make use of the World Wide Web where lots of information is available for each and everyone in terms of health insurance. When you ponder over different health coverage options, you will find a plan available for an immigrants which is known as “Immigrant Health Insurance”, which is most likely the best solution.

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It’s Simple Find An Immigration Translator

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:42 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By 10x Marketing

When immigrating, the last thing you need is finding out that an error was made in paperwork, delaying you several weeks or more. Finding a translator to help with the process of immigration may be an important investment, even if your English is excellent. All too often, the government paperwork requires specialized knowledge of English. You want your transition to America to be smooth.

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USA Labor Laws For Immigrants and Employers

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:40 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Gary Wells

Hiring non-citizens at your place of business can be tricky. Some employers look for alien or immigrant employees to hire, thinking these workers will work more cheaply than U.S. citizens. Other bosses employ migrants in positions that are dangerous, without providing adequate protection or training. There are even some companies that overwork immigrant employees, especially those that don’t speak English very well, taking advantage of the people who depend on these companies to survive.

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K3 Spouse Visa, Spouse-Based Immigrant Visa, And K1 Fiance Visa

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:35 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By David Davies

Should I apply for the K1 fiance visa or the spouse visa?

This depends on many factors. If time is your foremost consideration, the K1 visa is usually quicker – often taking 9 months or less for visa issuance. If time is not the foremost factor then the spouse visa is usually the preferred option. The spouse visa is an immigrant visa that allows the foreign national spouse to enter the U.S. as a newly arriving lawful permanent resident. This is noteworthy, because the K1 fiance visa does not provide for immediate permanent residency upon admission to the U.S.

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Help! I Was On An H1b And I Got Laid Off!!!

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:29 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Justin G. Randolph, Esq.

It’s pretty clear that the economy is bad with only a few holdouts are denying it at this point. So what to do when you are on an H1B visa and you get laid off? Well first of all don’t panic. You likely have a visa that lasts for years at this point so you are NOT accruing unlawful presence even though you ARE out of status. What in the world does that mean? Well, simply put too much unlawful presence means that you will not be allowed back into the US for many years. Specifically, 180 days to 365 days of unlawful presence means that you will be barred from the US for three years should you leave and attempt to return. Anything over a year results in a 10 year bar to reentry should you leave the United States.

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Thinking About Naturalizing? Don’t Delay

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:25 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Justin G. Randolph, Esq.

The importance of seeking US citizenship…

If there is one thing I stress to my clients who have recently become lawful permanent residents it’s the importance of becoming a US Citizen if he or she intends to stay in the United States. I have received many calls from prospective clients who are long-time permanent residents that have gotten themselves into a bit of trouble and are at risk of being deported from the only home they have known for decades and separated from their children and spouses.

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Sponsor Your Elderly Parents

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 9:11 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Lindsay Wagner

Should I consider finding a house nurse? Should I send my parent/parents to an old age home? What will make them happy?

It’s been documented that because millions of people are deciding to migrate, millions of frail elderly people are left behind to fend for themselves. While the young leave their home countries for a better life, their parents are often left in the lurch. It’s estimated that more than 1 000 people a week migrate to Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. As a result, Hong Kong has seen a growing number of “elderly orphans”.

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Immigrant Parents

posted by DNA Identifiers @ 8:23 PM
Monday, June 22, 2009

By Alvaro Castillo

“Parents are trying to hold on to their value system and traditions and raise their children that way, but when the children get out of the home, they’re taught to be assertive and parents misinterpret this as disobedience,” said Bella Cenezero of the Parent Support Services Society of B.C. “At the center, they can express their concerns without being blamed or judged.”

But in the GTA, there aren’t enough services to help immigrant families adjust to raising children in a society with different values. “There are very few services dealing with parenting issues here,” said lawyer and activist Avvy Go. “There is always a generational gap between parents and kids. Now add to that culture tensions.”

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