By Emily Bazar – Immigrants are rushing to apply for citizenship, green cards and other benefits before hefty fee increases kick in at the end of the month.
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PhilippineNews – THE FILIPINO AMERICAN community greeted with disappointment and relief news that the U.S. Senate had voted 53-46 to repudiate the comprehensive immigration reform bill June 28 Thursday. â€œI think the bill was killed because it amounted to amnesty,â€ said Wilfrida Pesigan of Jersey City. Community leaders were Read more »
by Michael J. Gurfinkel — In mid June 2007, the U.S. State Department announced that the priority dates for all workers (except unskilled workers) would be â€œcurrentâ€. That meant that visas (or green cards) were to be available, enabling those workers in the US who had approved Labor Certifications and\or Read more »