Immigration

Nov. 19, 2010

 

IMMIGRATION CORNER


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By MICHAEL J. GURFINKEL, ESQ.

 

In recent months, it was unbelievable and almost “miraculous” how the priority dates in some family based categories moved forward by several years.

In fact, the priority date in the F-2B category was practically moving forward 1 year per month!


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By MICHAEL J. GURFINKEL, ESQ.

Dear Atty. Gurfinkel:

I was petitioned by my parent as “single,” but while waiting for my petition, I got secretly married.  After getting my green card as “single” I returned to the Philippines, and married my spouse a second time, so as to cover up the first marriage.

Kapamilyas in Houston, Texas and in the neighboring areas will soon have the chance to get answers to their Immigration questions — live — when "Citizen Pinoy" travels to the Space City for the first time this December.

IMMIGRATION NEWSWEEK

In previous articles we discussed how the Federal Immigration Department introduced (for the first time in Canada) quotas on the number of applications it would process per occupation in demand.

In a previous article, I discussed common immigration misconceptions.  Here are more common misconceptions:

5. It is legal to work in the U.S. on a visitor's visa. —  False!

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