Recent U.S. Supreme Court decision is a major setback to principles of family reunification

In , a divided Supreme Court ruled last week that young immigrants who were included in their parents’ visa petition, but “aged out” – that is, turned 21 – before their visas became current, would not be able to retain the original priority date of their parents’ petition.  This is a tremendous setback for immigrant fami...

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The Latest News on E-Verify

What is E-Verify? is a free service provided by the U.S government for designated agents and employers to access U.S. employment-eligibility records via the Internet. E-Verify evolved in 2006 from the Basic Pilot Program established by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the former Immigration and Naturalization Ser...

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