Immigration Brain Drain>/h2> The world’s brightest minds are leaving the US, taking their highly technical skills and knowledge to Chile, [...]Read more U.S. Suffering from Immigration Brain Drain: Take Your Graduate Degree and GTFO!
On May 1, 2012, USCIS announced a re-designation of Somalia for temporary protected status (TPS) and an extension for existing TPS designations, [...]Read more USCIS Announced Re-Designation of Somalia for TPS
The US Supreme Court recently announced its decision granting certiorari (review) of Chaidez v. US. The Court will consider whether Padilla v. [...]Read more SCOTUS Grants Certiorari in Padilla Retroactivity Case
K-Visas: Fiancé(e)s, Spouses and Children of U.S. Citizens The K-1 nonimmigrant visa allows a US citizen to petition for a fiancé to enter the US [...]Read more K-Visas: Fiancé(e)s, Spouses and Children of U.S. Citizens
Carson & Kyung Immigration Attorneys On April 10, 2012, the Office of Citizenship released three new practice tests for the naturalization [...]Read more New Practice Tests for Naturalization Interview
USCIS Now Accepting TPS Applications for Syrians USCIS is accepting Temporary Protected Status (TPS) applications for Syrians in the US as of [...]Read more USCIS Now Accepting TPS Applications for Syrians
Waivers of Inadmissibility Process Change Proposed by USCIS The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) posted a proposal in the Federal [...]Read more Waivers of Inadmissibility Process Change Proposed by USCIS
Syria was recently a designated country for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) by USCIS due to the political instability in Syria. Under TPS, [...]Read more Applications for Syrians Seeking Temporary Protected Status