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Get Started: Why Delaying the Immigration Process Can Cost You

By Emily Neumann “The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes.”  ~Benjamin Disraeli  HOUSTON: Sometimes in Immigration, timing is everything. But if you are not prepared when the time is right, you could miss a once-in-a-career opportunity. July 1, 2007 is a perfect example. […]

Immigration Reform Bill Moves to Full Senate

Immigration Reform Bill Moves to Full Senate

The bipartisan Senate “Gang of Eight” held together despite an onslaught of amendments and some efforts to kill its comprehensive immigration reform bill. Tonight, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the bill 13-5, largely intact, to the full Senate for a vote. It is the first step in a series of hurdles for immigration reform that […]

U.S. Immigration Reform Proposal Would Make Sweeping Changes

By Emily Neumann Senate Bill 744 sponsored by Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) would provide sweeping changes to the current complex immigration landscape. Much of the proposal seeks to clear the current backlog of applicants over the next ten years so that a new system can begin. Here is what you need to know: IMMIGRANT VISAS […]