• Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

    published: 15 Sep 2011
  • Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • Suspension of deportation. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2

    Suspension of deportation. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2 http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Deportation-Defense/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx Cancellation of removal requirements. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2 http://whoisyourlawyer.net/how-should-you-prepare-for-your-cancellation-hearing/ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLO_a9qnNcp3BDZNtIgm9N7pV2NiaV142q Illegal immigrants that are placed in deportation proceedings may seek relief or protection through a number of forms, including but to limited to: Asylum Adjustment of Status, Voluntary Departure, Cancellation of Removal, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Suspension of Deportation, and Cancellation of Removal. The U.S. Department of Justice establishes that long-term non-lawful permane...

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • LPR of the USA

    I am now a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States of America...officially as of today :)

    published: 11 Apr 2008
  • What Is A Permanent Resident In Commuter Status?

    Administrative practice dating back to at an alien commuter engaged in seasonal work will be presumed have taken upon loss of status, the alien's permanent resident card becomes invalid and b) (commuter) i would think this is my status? ? I came us from india with a status 3 jun 2012 q am about apply for by filing 90. Green card renewal permanent commuter status freeadvice legal regular resident vspermanent in immihelp. Can affect maintaining permanent resident status as a commuter lpr can i maintian us greencard and the canadian pr card at same green international travel. With maintaining your commuter permanent resident status dear all i would like to further understand what in entail, this entitle the holder possess a was looking at 90 form 'application replace card' and instructions. P...

    published: 06 Sep 2017
  • Permanent residence (United States)

    United States lawful permanent residency is the immigration status of a person authorized to live and work in the United States of America permanently. A United States Permanent Resident Card (USCIS Form I-551), formerly Alien Registration Card or Alien Registration Receipt Card (INS Form I-151), is an identification card attesting to the permanent resident status of an alien in the United States. It is known informally as a green card because it was green from 1946 until 1964, and it reverted to that color on May 11, 2010. Green card also refers to an immigration process of becoming a permanent resident. The green card serves as proof that its holder, a lawful permanent resident (LPR), has been officially granted immigration benefits, which include permission to reside and take employment...

    published: 25 Jul 2014
  • hikvision lpr

    hikvision para leer las placas de los vehiculos.

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • I came to the U.S. on ESTA - can I adjust status?

    So you entered the United States on the Visa Waiver Program, also called ESTA. And now you've either married a U.S. citizen or you're thinking about marrying a U.S. citizen. And you want to know, can you apply for adjustment of status - also called a green card application - based on that marriage. The answer is maybe, but the details are important.

    published: 20 Apr 2016
  • OSCE refuses to record Ukrainian bombardment of LPR due to mandate

    The Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) OSCE refuses to record Ukrainian bombardment of the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR) referring to the mandate. "Good day. I'm afraid, we are forbidden to go further," said OSCE Representative. "But this is a surfaced road!," pointed out Andrei Marochko, the LPR People's Militia Official Representative, Lieutenant-colonel. "She is now trying to..." the OSCE Representative. "But the road is all paved, can't you see it!" Marochko. "So far, we haven't received a permission, just trying to get the one to drive forward to the place." the OSCE Representative. "Well, look over there. It is clearly visible that the road is paved." Marochko. "I managed to drive here owing to this." the OSCE Representative. "But the state of the road is the same tha...

    published: 27 Jun 2017
  • Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Resident Status

    Ramesh khurana attorney, khurana law firm, immigration lawyer in Maryland, Virginia and DC, Indian immigration attorney, abandonment of green cards, long absence from the United States, staying in the home country for longer period, intent to live in the United States

    published: 20 Sep 2015
  • (ENG SUBS) Ukraine Army attack & attempt to take control of LPR positions

    (ENG SUBS) A CLEAR ESCALATION IN THE UKRAINE WAR Ukraine forces have attacked and attempted to take control of new territory near Debaltseve. LPR reports 10 Ukraine soldiers were killed, and saying both sides took casualties in the attack. This is a clear escalation in the war. I have spent the last 24 hours on the LPR positions that were attackedto bring you the facts from the source. The commander of the LNR Army walked us through what happened as we witnessed Ukraine artillery hitting in the area of LPR positions. Night filming 0000-0100 19Dec16. Day filiming is allso on th 19th Help us get an eye in the sky over Donetsk to increase the quality of reports. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/drone-for-journalism-covering-the-ukraine-war-russia/x/10747073#/

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • GRAPHIC 18+ My Report on status of Donetsk airport today 01/23/15

    Please watch: "Ukraine War: DPR & LPR Tank Battle Competition Day 1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tie0wVYI9M0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 22 Jan 2015
  • Cruz In 2013 On Providing Legal Status To Illegal Immigrants

    U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Hearing, 5/21/13: “And I'd like to make a final point to those advocacy groups that are very engaged in this issue and rightly concerned about addressing our immigration system and, in particular, about addressing the situation for the 11 million who are currently in the shadows. If this amendment is adopted to the current bill, the effect would be that those 11 million under this current bill would still be eligible for RPI status. They would still be eligible for legal status and indeed, under the terms of the bill, they would be eligible for LPR status as well so that they are out of the shadows, which the proponents of this bill repeatedly point to as their principal objective to provide a legal status for those who are here illegally to be out of the s...

    published: 12 Nov 2015
  • F2A Family Category Current: Green Card Holders Can file Adjustment of Status for Spouses

    Follow us on Facebook for daily updates http://www.facebook.com/myimmigrationlawyer Update: The F2A Category will retrogress in October. Filing for Adjustment of Status will end September 30, 2013. As many of our readers know, Green Card holders can not confer immediate benefits on Spouses and Children under 21. There is a waiting period determined by the Visa Bulletin. But according to the August 2013 Bulletin, the F2A category (Spouses and Children of Permanent Residents), will become current. What does that mean? If you are a Permanent Resident (Green Card holder), and your spouse is currently legal in the United States, as of August 1, 2013 you could file for Adjustment of Status (I-485 Benefits). That will include an application for a Green Card, Work Authorization, as well as a t...

    published: 25 Sep 2013
  • I-601 - Immigration Visa Waiver

    Immigration Attorney Moses Apsan (http://www.apsanlaw.com) explains the final Rule for the Provisional Waiver for undocumented immigrants. This Provisional Waiver is a God sent to the Spouse or Children of a US citizen that are unable to adjust their status to a legal resident while in the U.S., because they either entered illegally or have remained out of status for more than six months. The rule covers the process of filing the Provisional Waiver on new form I-601A . Filing commenced on March 4, 2013. In the U.S. there are spouses and children of U.S. citizens (immediate relatives) who are in the United States are not eligible to apply for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status while in the United States. Instead, these immediate relatives must travel abroad to obtain an immigrant vis...

    published: 13 Feb 2014
  • What is a Conditional Green Card?

    Some people who obtain lawful permanent resident status ("green cards") in the U.S. automatically receive a "permanent" permanent green card. These include parents or children of U.S. citizens or people who obtain green cards through employment. The "permanent" permanent green card is renewed every ten years. A "conditional" or "non-permanent" green card is given to foreigners who obtain lawful status through marriage. If the marriage that serves as the bases of LPR status is less than two years old, USCIS issues a conditional green card. At the end of the two years, the couple must demonstrate that they remain married and that they still share a life together. In this video, St. Louis immigration attorney Jim Hacking discusses the conditional green card and what you need to do to ge...

    published: 07 Jan 2014
  • Naturalization and U.S. Citizenship - Why It Is Worth the Hassle

    Visit our Website: http://www.qcilaw.com One of the more frequently recurring questions and conversations about immigration revolves around the benefits of naturalization and becoming a United States citizen. After all, both citizens and LPRs are allowed to live permanently in the United States, can take up lawful employment with any employer, and can travel in and out of the country. Why then might a person who is a lawful permanent resident (“LPR”) want to go through the naturalization process to obtain American citizenship? This topic has been even more intensively debated following the recent issuance of an Executive Order (“EO”) entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” by President Donald Trump on January 27. One of the provisions of the E...

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • How we help with adjustment of status cases

    This video gives an overview of the marriage-based adjustment of status (I-485) process, and describes how we work with clients on those cases.

    published: 17 Feb 2017
  • 3 Yr LPR File for Citizenship

    When can the lawful permanent resident spouse of a US citizen file for naturalisation themselves?

    published: 01 Sep 2016
  • How to Bringing a Spouse of a Lawful Permanent Resident to Live in the US as Resident

    Eligibility to bring your spouse to live in the U.S. as a lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card holder) In order to bring your spouse (husband or wife) to live in the United States as a permanent resident (green card holder), you must be either a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Spouse of a Permanent Resident Inside The United States - Possible Adjustment of Status The spouse of a Lawful Permanent Resident can qualify for "adjustment of Status " while in the United States as an "2nd Preference" immigrant. This can be done only if the spouse (1) entered with a visa and is still legally in the United States or (2) if they entered illegally or is out of status but an application for immigrant status with the USCIS was filed before 4/30/01 or with the department of labor for Labor C...

    published: 13 Jan 2014
  • Attorney Brian D Lerner : How to Petition your spouse NOW - even through your only an LPR.

    www.californiaimmigration.us The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC, presents weekly videos on Immigration and Nationality Law and all facets of Immigration Law. This includes all areas of immigration including deportation and removal representation, immigrant and non-immigrant visas, waivers, criminal relief, investment visas, adjustment and consulate processing cases and all other immigration issues. Brian D. Lerner is a certified specialist in immigration and nationality law and has practiced for more than 20 years. He has several offices of which one is an international office outside the U.S. In this video, get more information on the preference system and how the F-2A preference system is current and how an LPR spouse can petition spouse to adjust status right now..

    published: 05 Aug 2013
  • Heated Immigration: Michael Cutler & Dr Tore Lindeman

    Monday July 24, 2017 Tonight on the Hagmann Report... 7:00pm EDT  Join premiere father/son investigative team, Douglas J Hagmann and Joe Hagmann for news, analysis and commentary live from the Hagmann Studio. 8:00pm EDT  Welcome return guest Michael Cutler. 9:00pm EST  We are excited to welcome return guest, retired Immigration and Naturalization Service AgentMr Michael Cutler. Here is some background on Michael Cutler in his own words: I began my career with the agency that had been known as the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) in October, 1971 as an immigration inspector assigned to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. From 1973 until 1974 I was assigned as an examiner to the unit which was responsible for adjudicating petitions filed by United States Ci...

    published: 25 Jul 2017
  • Can H1B visa holder’s dependent, who has H-4 visa status, get a Work Permit?

    Can H1B visa holder’s dependent, who has H-4 visa status, get a Work Permit? As of May 26, 2015, it is possible for the spouses of H-1B holder to apply for the work authorization. Certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants can file for Work Authorization now if the H-1B nonimmigrant is the principal beneficiary of an approved I-140 Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker or has been granted H-1B status. This final rule, seeks to support the goals of attracting and retaining highly skilled foreign workers and minimizing the disruption to U.S. businesses resulting from H-1B nonimmigrants who choose not to remain in the United States and pursue LPR status. If you have any questions regarding H Visas, feel free to reach Ogmen Law Firm at +1 (212) 245-70 70 or info@ogmenlaw.com email addr...

    published: 05 Dec 2016
  • (ENG SUBS)Status of the Ukraine War from head of the DPR peoples militia press office

    Status of the Ukraine War from head of the DPR peoples militia press office Daniel Bezsonov PLEASE READ & SHARE This week there has been a huge increase in the fighting and shelling of civilian areas in Donetsk, With this increase in activity come a huge increase in my reporting, and intern a huge increase in my expenses both on the job and the cost of living. I pledge to bring you breaking news as it happens, uncensored near daily throughout this escalation and beyond . Please help me make my goal. This will help me with day to day expenses, updating my equipment and my family and I staying safe. Indiegogo no longer takes Paypal so to Donate via paypal please send to Chomane1982@gmail.com Together we will show the world the truth of what is happening in Donbass https://www.indiegogo.c...

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

    published: 15 Sep 2011
  • Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

    published: 19 Jun 2013
  • Can a Green Card be Revoked?

    Can a Green Card be Revoked? http://www.lawcourts.ca/can-federal-immigration-court-revoke-green-card-status/ Cancellation of adjustment of status to Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status is called rescission. The rescission of a green card (lawful permanent resident status) returns a foreign national to the visa status (e.g., nonimmigrant or temporary) held before the green card was obtained; if the foreign national is no longer eligible for that temporary status, he or she becomes subject to removal from the United States.

    published: 20 Mar 2016
  • Webinar: Foreign Businesses Opening a US Office, and the L1 visa

    The differences in types of business visas; including H, E, EB, and L. What documents are needed to prove your business has been operational prior to entering the United States market. Investment visas, and what is involved in EB5 and E2 investments. Pending legislation aimed at making L visas harder to acquire. Starting an office in the US – the paperwork and how to get setup. Proving viability – how to show you have sufficient funds to operate in the American market place. Whether to seek a green card (LPR status) or non-immigrant business status. How to bring your employee families over to the United States.

    published: 15 Jan 2017
  • Former INS Agent Michael Cutler

    We are excited to welcome return guest, retired Immigration and Naturalization Service Agent, Mr Michael Cutler. Cutler talks about all of the media lies covering up the extent of undercover immigration conspiring against the president on this issue. We get into MS-13 and their relationship with ISIS, this and much more. The following is a glimpse at the background on Michael Cutler, in his own words: I began my career with the agency that had been known as the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) in October, 1971 as an immigration inspector assigned to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. From 1973 until 1974 I was assigned as an examiner to the unit which was responsible for adjudicating petitions filed by United States Citizens and Lawfully Admitted Permanent...

    published: 06 Aug 2017
Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

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Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

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Suspension of deportation. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2

Suspension of deportation. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2

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Suspension of deportation. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2 http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Deportation-Defense/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx Cancellation of removal requirements. Cancellation of removal lpr | ina 237 - ina 212 a 2 http://whoisyourlawyer.net/how-should-you-prepare-for-your-cancellation-hearing/ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLO_a9qnNcp3BDZNtIgm9N7pV2NiaV142q Illegal immigrants that are placed in deportation proceedings may seek relief or protection through a number of forms, including but to limited to: Asylum Adjustment of Status, Voluntary Departure, Cancellation of Removal, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Suspension of Deportation, and Cancellation of Removal. The U.S. Department of Justice establishes that long-term non-lawful permanent residents (NPR) may be eligible for cancellation of removal under section 240A(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). To be eligible for cancellation of removal and an adjustment of status to LPR, a NPR must demonstrate: To have been physically present in the United States for a continuous period of 10 years prior to receiving the Notice to Appear; To have been a person of good moral character during the 10 year period; To have not been convicted of a criminal offense under ina 212 a 2 , § 237(a)(2) or § 237(a)(3) of the INA, and http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Criminal-Defense/Prostitution.aspx His/her U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family members would suffer an exceptional and extremely unusual hardship if the alien is removed. Get more information here: https://www.academia.edu/17251491/Abogado_Criminalista_en_New_Jersey_Abogado_Penalista_y_de_Inmigracion_en_NJ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsRqslCYCsgEfieG3SrvlhivlpbKJFH8h&nohtml5=False - Suspension of deportation https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsRqslCYCsgGAh34hHBtHx1B3Opi6d82d - Criminal deportation. At law, criminal deportation is where a person is ordered or transported out of a state by reason of their criminal conduct during the time of their period of residence in that state. In 1996, following the first World Trade Center attack and Oklahoma City bombing, President Clinton signed the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, which made deportation mandatory for all legal permanent residents sentenced to a year or more for “aggravated felonies,” “moral turpitude” or controlled substances. This act, along with the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, made deportation of legal non-residents much faster and more frequent by considering increasingly minor criminal offenses automatically deportable. Critics of the 1996 Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act point out that definitions of what constitutes crimes of “moral turpitude” or “aggravated felony” are intentionally vague and frequently changed to increase the number of deportable individuals. As a result, non-citizens are subject to laws that apply no matter how long ago their crime was committed, regardless of time-served, without recourse to judicial review or appeal and without the chance to challenge their deportation based on ties to family or length of time in the U.S. In 2003, jurisdiction over immigration laws changed hands, moving from the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to the Department of Homeland Security, signaling a clear connection between fears about terrorism within U.S. borders and immigration law. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_deportation Deportation criminal offense. - Prostitution Offenses http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Criminal-Defense/Prostitution.aspx - Theft offenses http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Criminal-Defense/Theft-Offenses.aspx EOIR-42B, Non-Legal Permanent Resident Cancellation of Removal lpr https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3shB_VWVmepsYrVVYJR7G32HobjOcJsM
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LPR of the USA

LPR of the USA

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I am now a Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States of America...officially as of today :)
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What Is A Permanent Resident In Commuter Status?

What Is A Permanent Resident In Commuter Status?

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Administrative practice dating back to at an alien commuter engaged in seasonal work will be presumed have taken upon loss of status, the alien's permanent resident card becomes invalid and b) (commuter) i would think this is my status? ? I came us from india with a status 3 jun 2012 q am about apply for by filing 90. Green card renewal permanent commuter status freeadvice legal regular resident vspermanent in immihelp. Can affect maintaining permanent resident status as a commuter lpr can i maintian us greencard and the canadian pr card at same green international travel. With maintaining your commuter permanent resident status dear all i would like to further understand what in entail, this entitle the holder possess a was looking at 90 form 'application replace card' and instructions. Permanent resident status can live in canada or alien commuter stems from a u. Who have been granted u. Though they have no actual residence in the united states, without losing permanent resident. Status or a green card if they commute regularly to employment in the united states who have been granted u. Googleusercontent search. As a green card holder. The elusive commuter' green card when can commuter holder apply for naturalization commuting to the u. What is a commuter status for gc holder? . Permanent resident status can live in canada or mexico, even. Berardi immigration commuter status how travels into and out of the u. Commuting to the united states as a permanent resident 'alien. The instructions says if you are a anyway, my main concern is whether hubby should be thinking about changing his pr status to 'commuter status' for the time being 1 nov 2012 those individuals who have already been granted permanent resident may change their commuter when can green card holder apply naturalization? I'm lawful has living in mexico and working period of six or more months, lose your altogether qualify status, foreign national must first obtain residency either through an employment family based petition. Ssr 86 11c social security. Permanent resident in commuter status? Q&a avvo permanent status citizenpath url? Q webcache. If a person's i 485 was approved, then they are permanent resident 28 may 2014 however, persons. They must have 27 jan 2014 by andrew desposito, esq for many individuals, becoming a united states permanent resident and maintaining that status is pretty simple commuter lawful residents residing in canada mexico may be classifiable as special immigrant returning if they commute to work 14 jul 2015 so i just question get my canadian pr card would it the time spent does not count towards residency sep allows those persons who been granted u. Permanent resident in commuter status? Q&a avvo. Consequently, the court of appeals found that. Us immigration forums permanent resident commuter status immigrate2us. What is permanent resident in commuter status? Q&a avvo. Permanent resident in commuter status citizenpath. 30 oct 2014 permanent resident in
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Permanent residence (United States)

Permanent residence (United States)

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United States lawful permanent residency is the immigration status of a person authorized to live and work in the United States of America permanently. A United States Permanent Resident Card (USCIS Form I-551), formerly Alien Registration Card or Alien Registration Receipt Card (INS Form I-151), is an identification card attesting to the permanent resident status of an alien in the United States. It is known informally as a green card because it was green from 1946 until 1964, and it reverted to that color on May 11, 2010. Green card also refers to an immigration process of becoming a permanent resident. The green card serves as proof that its holder, a lawful permanent resident (LPR), has been officially granted immigration benefits, which include permission to reside and take employment in the United States. The holder must maintain permanent resident status, and can be removed from the United States if certain conditions of this status are not met. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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hikvision lpr

hikvision lpr

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hikvision para leer las placas de los vehiculos.
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I came to the U.S. on ESTA - can I adjust status?

I came to the U.S. on ESTA - can I adjust status?

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So you entered the United States on the Visa Waiver Program, also called ESTA. And now you've either married a U.S. citizen or you're thinking about marrying a U.S. citizen. And you want to know, can you apply for adjustment of status - also called a green card application - based on that marriage. The answer is maybe, but the details are important.
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OSCE refuses to record Ukrainian bombardment of LPR due to mandate

OSCE refuses to record Ukrainian bombardment of LPR due to mandate

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The Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) OSCE refuses to record Ukrainian bombardment of the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR) referring to the mandate. "Good day. I'm afraid, we are forbidden to go further," said OSCE Representative. "But this is a surfaced road!," pointed out Andrei Marochko, the LPR People's Militia Official Representative, Lieutenant-colonel. "She is now trying to..." the OSCE Representative. "But the road is all paved, can't you see it!" Marochko. "So far, we haven't received a permission, just trying to get the one to drive forward to the place." the OSCE Representative. "Well, look over there. It is clearly visible that the road is paved." Marochko. "I managed to drive here owing to this." the OSCE Representative. "But the state of the road is the same that way, just have a look." Marochko. "It is out of question." the OSCE Representative. "Moreover, we have safely passed this route with two vehicles." Marochko. "Our authorities are the ones to decide." the OSCE Representative. "Hello! - How do you do?" another OSCE Representative. "I'm alright." Marochko. "I'm sorry but I've just talked to our staff. We are not allowed to..." the OSCE Representative. "And what is we go on foot?" Marochko. "Neither on foot nor by car if there is no asphalt. We are not allowed. " the OSCE Representative. DONi News Agency Video: LPR People's Militia
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Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Resident Status

Abandonment of Lawful Permanent Resident Status

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Ramesh khurana attorney, khurana law firm, immigration lawyer in Maryland, Virginia and DC, Indian immigration attorney, abandonment of green cards, long absence from the United States, staying in the home country for longer period, intent to live in the United States
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(ENG SUBS) Ukraine Army attack & attempt to take control of LPR positions

(ENG SUBS) Ukraine Army attack & attempt to take control of LPR positions

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(ENG SUBS) A CLEAR ESCALATION IN THE UKRAINE WAR Ukraine forces have attacked and attempted to take control of new territory near Debaltseve. LPR reports 10 Ukraine soldiers were killed, and saying both sides took casualties in the attack. This is a clear escalation in the war. I have spent the last 24 hours on the LPR positions that were attackedto bring you the facts from the source. The commander of the LNR Army walked us through what happened as we witnessed Ukraine artillery hitting in the area of LPR positions. Night filming 0000-0100 19Dec16. Day filiming is allso on th 19th Help us get an eye in the sky over Donetsk to increase the quality of reports. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/drone-for-journalism-covering-the-ukraine-war-russia/x/10747073#/
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GRAPHIC 18+ My Report on status of Donetsk airport today 01/23/15

GRAPHIC 18+ My Report on status of Donetsk airport today 01/23/15

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Please watch: "Ukraine War: DPR & LPR Tank Battle Competition Day 1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tie0wVYI9M0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Cruz In 2013 On Providing Legal Status To Illegal Immigrants

Cruz In 2013 On Providing Legal Status To Illegal Immigrants

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U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, Hearing, 5/21/13: “And I'd like to make a final point to those advocacy groups that are very engaged in this issue and rightly concerned about addressing our immigration system and, in particular, about addressing the situation for the 11 million who are currently in the shadows. If this amendment is adopted to the current bill, the effect would be that those 11 million under this current bill would still be eligible for RPI status. They would still be eligible for legal status and indeed, under the terms of the bill, they would be eligible for LPR status as well so that they are out of the shadows, which the proponents of this bill repeatedly point to as their principal objective to provide a legal status for those who are here illegally to be out of the shadows. This amendment would allow that happen, but what it would do is remove the pathway to citizenship so that there are real consequences that respect the rule of law and that treat legal immigrants with the fairness and respect they deserve. And a second point to those advocacy groups that are so passionately engaged. In my view, if this committee rejects this amendment, and I think everyone here views it as quite likely this committee will choose to reject this amendment, in my view, that decision will make it much, much more likely that this entire bill will fail in the House of Representatives. I don't want immigration reform to fail. I want immigration reform to pass. And so I would urge people of good faith on both sides of the aisle, if the objective is to pass common sense immigration reform that secures the borders, that improves legal immigration, and that allows those who are here illegally to come in out of the shadows. Then we should look for areas of bipartisan agreement and compromised to come together. And this amendment, I believe, if this amendment were to pass, the chances of this bill passing into law would increase dramatically.”
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F2A Family Category Current: Green Card Holders Can file Adjustment of Status for Spouses

F2A Family Category Current: Green Card Holders Can file Adjustment of Status for Spouses

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Follow us on Facebook for daily updates http://www.facebook.com/myimmigrationlawyer Update: The F2A Category will retrogress in October. Filing for Adjustment of Status will end September 30, 2013. As many of our readers know, Green Card holders can not confer immediate benefits on Spouses and Children under 21. There is a waiting period determined by the Visa Bulletin. But according to the August 2013 Bulletin, the F2A category (Spouses and Children of Permanent Residents), will become current. What does that mean? If you are a Permanent Resident (Green Card holder), and your spouse is currently legal in the United States, as of August 1, 2013 you could file for Adjustment of Status (I-485 Benefits). That will include an application for a Green Card, Work Authorization, as well as a travel permit. The work card will be issued in 60-90 days in most jurisdictions. What if I have a pending I-130 from few years back? On August 1 and afterwards you could file for form I-485 as well as the work and travel authorization. If no applications were filed, now is the time to prepare your I-130/485 packages. I heard that as a Green Card holder it is better to become a US Citizen before filing for my Spouse, is that correct? It was correct before August 1, 2013, but now that the Visa bulletin is current there is no need to wait any longer. Green Card holders can file for spouses and Adjust their status, just like US Citizens. What if the Visa Bulletin will retrogress back in September, what will happen to our cases? If the Visa Bulletin will retrogress, your spouse will remain in the US legally and continue to benefit from the work and travel benefits. Once the Visa Bulletin becomes current again in the future, the Green Card will be approved. But there will be no need to leave the US.
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I-601 - Immigration Visa Waiver

I-601 - Immigration Visa Waiver

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Immigration Attorney Moses Apsan (http://www.apsanlaw.com) explains the final Rule for the Provisional Waiver for undocumented immigrants. This Provisional Waiver is a God sent to the Spouse or Children of a US citizen that are unable to adjust their status to a legal resident while in the U.S., because they either entered illegally or have remained out of status for more than six months. The rule covers the process of filing the Provisional Waiver on new form I-601A . Filing commenced on March 4, 2013. In the U.S. there are spouses and children of U.S. citizens (immediate relatives) who are in the United States are not eligible to apply for lawful permanent resident (LPR) status while in the United States. Instead, these immediate relatives must travel abroad to obtain an immigrant visa from the Department of State (DOS) to return to the United States to request admission as an LPR, and, in many cases, also must request from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) a waiver of inadmissibility as a result of their unlawful presence in the United States. Currently, these immediate relatives cannot apply for the waiver until after their immigrant visa interviews abroad. As a result, these immediate relatives must remain outside of the United States, separated from their U.S. citizen spouses, parents, or children, while USCIS adjudicates their waiver applications. In some cases, waiver application processing can take well over one year, prolonging the separation of these immediate relatives from their U.S. citizen spouses, parents, and children. In addition, the action required for these immediate relatives to obtain LPR status in the United States—departure from the United States to apply for an immigrant visa at a DOS consulate abroad—is the very action that triggers the unlawful presence inadmissibility grounds under section 212(a)(9)(B)(i) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(9)(B)(i). As a result of the often lengthy processing times and uncertainty about whether they qualify for a waiver of the unlawful presence inadmissibility grounds, many immediate relatives who may qualify for an immigrant visa are reluctant to proceed abroad to seek an immigrant visa. The goal of the provisional unlawful presence waiver process is to facilitate immigrant visa issuance for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens who are otherwise admissible to the United States except for the 3-year and 10-year unlawful presence bars, which are triggered upon departure from the United States. The new waiver process allows eligible immediate relatives to apply for a provisional unlawful presence waiver while they are still in the United States and before they leave to attend their immigrant visa interview abroad. DHS anticipates that this new provisional unlawful presence waiver process will significantly reduce the time that U.S. citizens are separated from their immediate relatives. USCIS's approval of an applicant's provisional unlawful presence waiver prior to departure also will allow the DOS consular officer to issue the immigrant visa without further delay, if there are no other grounds of inadmissibility and if the immediate relative is otherwise eligible to be issued an immigrant visa. Who is eligible for the Provisional Waiver? At this time, the provisional unlawful presence waiver process will remain available only to individuals who are residing in the U.S., are immediate relatives of U.S. citizens (i.e., spouses and children). Individuals who are already outside of the United States must pursue a waiver of inadmissibility through the current Form I-601 process. The provisional unlawful presence waiver process will remain available only to those individuals who are currently in the United States and will be departing for consular processing abroad. What has to be established for the granting of the waiver? Extreme Hardship to the United States citizen must be established in order for the waiver to be approved. Extreme hardship is a statutory requirement that an applicant must meet to qualify for an unlawful presence waiver under INA section 212(a)(9)(B)(v), 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(9)(B)(v). The INA does not define the term, and federal courts have not specifically defined extreme hardship through case law. The BIA has stated that extreme hardship is not a definable term of fixed and inflexible meaning, but that the elements to establish extreme hardship are dependent upon the facts and circumstances of each case.
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What is a Conditional Green Card?

What is a Conditional Green Card?

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Some people who obtain lawful permanent resident status ("green cards") in the U.S. automatically receive a "permanent" permanent green card. These include parents or children of U.S. citizens or people who obtain green cards through employment. The "permanent" permanent green card is renewed every ten years. A "conditional" or "non-permanent" green card is given to foreigners who obtain lawful status through marriage. If the marriage that serves as the bases of LPR status is less than two years old, USCIS issues a conditional green card. At the end of the two years, the couple must demonstrate that they remain married and that they still share a life together. In this video, St. Louis immigration attorney Jim Hacking discusses the conditional green card and what you need to do to get the conditions removed.
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Naturalization and U.S. Citizenship - Why It Is Worth the Hassle

Naturalization and U.S. Citizenship - Why It Is Worth the Hassle

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Visit our Website: http://www.qcilaw.com One of the more frequently recurring questions and conversations about immigration revolves around the benefits of naturalization and becoming a United States citizen. After all, both citizens and LPRs are allowed to live permanently in the United States, can take up lawful employment with any employer, and can travel in and out of the country. Why then might a person who is a lawful permanent resident (“LPR”) want to go through the naturalization process to obtain American citizenship? This topic has been even more intensively debated following the recent issuance of an Executive Order (“EO”) entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” by President Donald Trump on January 27. One of the provisions of the EO immediately established a temporary “travel ban” on people from six Muslim countries including Syria, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen (“SISSILY”). Any person who was a citizen of one of the six countries was prevented from coming to the United States. The issuance of the EO stirred up plenty of unrest and nervousness among immigrant communities nationwide. In the first 48 hours following the signing of the EO there was a lot of uncertainty as to whether LPRs who were nationals of the six countries, or even from other countries, were also affected. For example, what would happen to a person who has a green card and holds a Syrian passport returning to her home in the United States from a business conference in Switzerland? Would she be able to come back to her husband and children, and the place she has called her home for several years? Eventually, the White House and the Department of Homeland Security clarified that the EO does not apply to LPRs. Any person who is a green card-holder, even from the SISSILY countries, would be allowed into the United States the same way he would have had before the “travel ban” was instituted. Despite this reassurance, there still remains a lot of anxiety that at any moment the President could change his policy towards LPRs and decide to ban them from entering. The best way for an LPR to ensure that he or she continues to be able to travel in and out of the United States, regardless of what the President does, is to naturalize and become a United States citizen. An LPR who has held that status for five years, or three years if married to a U.S. citizen, may be eligible to apply for naturalization. Becoming an American citizen also carries other benefits, but also has some minor drawbacks. The numerous benefits of U.S. citizenship over the LPR status include, among others, being eligible for employment in the Federal government, right to vote for the President and members of Congress, eligibility to hold elected office, easier access to certain public benefits, and ability to petition for a broader category of relatives with less wait time. For example, only U.S. citizens can petition for a green card on behalf of their parents or siblings. Additionally, a green card-holder may lose the LPR status and be removed from the United States. This can happen if he or she commits and is convicted of a serious crime. LPRs can also lose their green cards if they remain outside of the United States for too long. An absence from the United States of more than 180 days raises a presumption of abandonment of the LPR status. On the other hand, a U.S. citizen can move abroad for a decade or more and still be able to return to the United States at any time. Citizens also may not be removed to another country even if they get convicted of serious crimes. However, becoming a U.S. citizen has some disadvantages as well. First, non-citizens are not allowed to sit on a jury, but U.S. citizens have a duty to perform jury duty if selected. Second, some countries do not permit their citizens to hold dual citizenship or swear allegiance to another country. For people from certain countries, becoming a U.S. citizen means losing their old citizenship or losing the right to own real property in their country of origin. Despite the downsides, for many people who come to the United States, the ultimate goal is obtaining citizenship. The numerous positives more often than not outweigh the negatives. Recent developments have further tipped the scales of U.S. citizenship versus permanent resident status in favor of the former.
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How we help with adjustment of status cases

How we help with adjustment of status cases

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This video gives an overview of the marriage-based adjustment of status (I-485) process, and describes how we work with clients on those cases.
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3 Yr LPR File for Citizenship

3 Yr LPR File for Citizenship

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When can the lawful permanent resident spouse of a US citizen file for naturalisation themselves?
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How to Bringing a Spouse of a Lawful Permanent Resident to Live in the US as Resident

How to Bringing a Spouse of a Lawful Permanent Resident to Live in the US as Resident

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Eligibility to bring your spouse to live in the U.S. as a lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card holder) In order to bring your spouse (husband or wife) to live in the United States as a permanent resident (green card holder), you must be either a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Spouse of a Permanent Resident Inside The United States - Possible Adjustment of Status The spouse of a Lawful Permanent Resident can qualify for "adjustment of Status " while in the United States as an "2nd Preference" immigrant. This can be done only if the spouse (1) entered with a visa and is still legally in the United States or (2) if they entered illegally or is out of status but an application for immigrant status with the USCIS was filed before 4/30/01 or with the department of labor for Labor Certification before 4/30/01 or they were derivative beneficiary of a parents petition. All other spouse of Lawful Permanent residents that either entered illegally in the United or is out of status will have to apply for a waiver of the 3/10-year bar. The adjustment of Status application is filed with the local USCIS office having jurisdiction over the Petitioner's residence. The packet is generally filed with an application for Employment Authorization and if desired with a permission to travel during the process (Advance Parole) (if they have not been out of status for a period of over 6 months on the date of filing.) A few months later a notice is sent directing the applicant to (1) appear for processing of the employment authorization (EAD) (2) take fingerprints (3) appear for the adjustment interview. On the date of the adjustment interview you should be granted a permanent Immigrant Visa (Green Card). The spouse may file for U.S. citizenship 5 years after the approval of the Permanent Visa (Green Card). Spouse Of A Permanent Legal Resident Living Outside The United States (visa processing) The first step in establishing your eligibility to immigrate to the United States is to have your Lawful Permanent Resident spouse file an Immigrant Visa Petition with the office of the U.S. Immigration & Citizenship Service (USCIS) having jurisdiction over his/her place of residence. Petitions Required to be Filed in the U.S. -- File the I-130 petitions at the USCIS Service Center having jurisdiction over their place of U.S. residence. Filing Petitions Abroad - Petitions, Form I-130, which can be filed abroad, are limited. Petitions for immediate relative immigrant or 1st preference petition classifications can be filed abroad by Lawful Permanent Resident petitioners who have been authorized to be continuously resident in their consular districts for at least the preceding six months, including members of the U.S. armed forces, emergency cases involving life and death or health and safety, and others determined to be in the national interest. Petitions are filed with USCIS abroad or at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate (when there is no USCIS presence). If the petitioner presently resides abroad, s/he can file petition by post to the USCIS office at the Embassy. Proof of residence in the country is required If the petition is approved, the petition will be forwarded to the National Visa Center and will eventually send the approved petition to the Immigrant Visa Branch at this Embassy for further processing of the visa. If your Lawful Permanent resident spouse resides in the U.S. s/he should file with the USCIS office having jurisdiction over his/her place of residence in the United States. The processing can take several months. USCIS will send the approved petition to the National Visa Center (NVC) for further processing NVC plays an important role in the U.S. immigration process. NVC provides instructions to petitioners and sponsors, and receives from sponsors, the required Affidavit of Support forms, fees, other required documents, and much more. For numerically limited family preference petitions, NVC contacts the petitioner once the petition's immigration wait nears end, and the priority date is about to come current. Once the priority date is current the NVC will send you a package to prepare. This package contains all the vital information needed to approve the Permanent Visa (Green Card). You will send the completed package to the U.S. consulate were the parent resides The U.S. Consulate will notify you of the interview date and the address for the medical exam and fingerprints once the priority date become current. Accompanying Children All unmarried children under the age of 21 can be included in the petition. If they are over twenty on the CSPA (Child Status Protection Act) may be able to give them additional after the age of 21.
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Attorney Brian D Lerner : How to Petition your spouse NOW - even through your only an LPR.

Attorney Brian D Lerner : How to Petition your spouse NOW - even through your only an LPR.

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www.californiaimmigration.us The Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, APC, presents weekly videos on Immigration and Nationality Law and all facets of Immigration Law. This includes all areas of immigration including deportation and removal representation, immigrant and non-immigrant visas, waivers, criminal relief, investment visas, adjustment and consulate processing cases and all other immigration issues. Brian D. Lerner is a certified specialist in immigration and nationality law and has practiced for more than 20 years. He has several offices of which one is an international office outside the U.S. In this video, get more information on the preference system and how the F-2A preference system is current and how an LPR spouse can petition spouse to adjust status right now..
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Heated Immigration:  Michael Cutler & Dr Tore Lindeman

Heated Immigration: Michael Cutler & Dr Tore Lindeman

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Monday July 24, 2017 Tonight on the Hagmann Report... 7:00pm EDT  Join premiere father/son investigative team, Douglas J Hagmann and Joe Hagmann for news, analysis and commentary live from the Hagmann Studio. 8:00pm EDT  Welcome return guest Michael Cutler. 9:00pm EST  We are excited to welcome return guest, retired Immigration and Naturalization Service AgentMr Michael Cutler. Here is some background on Michael Cutler in his own words: I began my career with the agency that had been known as the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) in October, 1971 as an immigration inspector assigned to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. From 1973 until 1974 I was assigned as an examiner to the unit which was responsible for adjudicating petitions filed by United States Citizens and Lawfully Admitted Permanent Resident Aliens (LPRs) on behalf of their alien spouses to accord them LPR status. My goal in this assignment was to attempt to uncover fraud marriages and fraud marriage rings.  In August 1975 I became a Criminal Investigator (Special Agent) for the INS at NYC. I rotated through virtually every squad in the Investigations Branch. As a special agent I conducted investigations and arrests of individuals involved in a wide variety of immigration-related violations of law including a number of international terrorists. 10:00pm EDT Welcome return debut guest, Dr Tore Lindeman. Dr Lindeman is a guest that we are so excited to welcome to her debut on the Hagmann Report.  Dr Lindeman is Harvard educated with various certifications.  She was an O-4 Naval Officer with The Office of Naval Intelligence, having served as a Cultural Intelligence and Linguistics Officer.  She was also educated at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Dr Lindeman is a Health Care and Medical professional and can speak authoritatively on numerous subjects. . Show Website: http://www.HagmannAndHagmann.com News./Information: http://www.HagmannReport.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HagmannReport Twitter: https://twitter.com/HagmannReport Doug’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/douglas.hagmann
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Can H1B visa holder’s dependent, who has H-4 visa status, get a Work Permit?

Can H1B visa holder’s dependent, who has H-4 visa status, get a Work Permit?

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Can H1B visa holder’s dependent, who has H-4 visa status, get a Work Permit? As of May 26, 2015, it is possible for the spouses of H-1B holder to apply for the work authorization. Certain H-4 dependent spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants can file for Work Authorization now if the H-1B nonimmigrant is the principal beneficiary of an approved I-140 Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker or has been granted H-1B status. This final rule, seeks to support the goals of attracting and retaining highly skilled foreign workers and minimizing the disruption to U.S. businesses resulting from H-1B nonimmigrants who choose not to remain in the United States and pursue LPR status. If you have any questions regarding H Visas, feel free to reach Ogmen Law Firm at +1 (212) 245-70 70 or info@ogmenlaw.com email address. Thank you. OGMEN LAW FIRM CONTACTS: ADDRESS: 26 Broadway, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10004, USA Tel: +1 (212) 245-7070 Fax: +1 (877) 513-8339 E-mail: info@ogmenlaw.com LINKS: https://ogmenlaw.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ayhan.ogmen.9 https://www.facebook.com/attorneyayhanogmen https://www.facebook.com/pages/Avukat-Ayhan-Ogmen/923874061006633 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Abogado-Ayhan-Ogmen/1467463383569608 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCaDBQ9O77OZ1CVmTnHD74w Twitter: https://twitter.com/Av_Ayhan_Ogmen Twitter: https://twitter.com/OgmenLaw Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user42035567 Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/user42029975 Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ayhanogmen Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/aogmen1 ‪http://www.senate.gov‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‪http://www.house.gov‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‪http://www.usa.gov‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬ ‪http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
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(ENG SUBS)Status of the Ukraine War from head of the DPR peoples militia press office

(ENG SUBS)Status of the Ukraine War from head of the DPR peoples militia press office

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Status of the Ukraine War from head of the DPR peoples militia press office Daniel Bezsonov PLEASE READ & SHARE This week there has been a huge increase in the fighting and shelling of civilian areas in Donetsk, With this increase in activity come a huge increase in my reporting, and intern a huge increase in my expenses both on the job and the cost of living. I pledge to bring you breaking news as it happens, uncensored near daily throughout this escalation and beyond . Please help me make my goal. This will help me with day to day expenses, updating my equipment and my family and I staying safe. Indiegogo no longer takes Paypal so to Donate via paypal please send to Chomane1982@gmail.com Together we will show the world the truth of what is happening in Donbass https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/journalism-on-the-escalation-of-the-ukraine-war-youtube-news/x/10747073#/
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Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors

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Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

Legal Permanent Resident LPR) Status Abandonment for Minors (09/14/11)

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Can a Green Card be Revoked?

Can a Green Card be Revoked?

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Can a Green Card be Revoked? http://www.lawcourts.ca/can-federal-immigration-court-revoke-green-card-status/ Cancellation of adjustment of status to Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) status is called rescission. The rescission of a green card (lawful permanent resident status) returns a foreign national to the visa status (e.g., nonimmigrant or temporary) held before the green card was obtained; if the foreign national is no longer eligible for that temporary status, he or she becomes subject to removal from the United States.
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Webinar: Foreign Businesses Opening a US Office, and the L1 visa

Webinar: Foreign Businesses Opening a US Office, and the L1 visa

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The differences in types of business visas; including H, E, EB, and L. What documents are needed to prove your business has been operational prior to entering the United States market. Investment visas, and what is involved in EB5 and E2 investments. Pending legislation aimed at making L visas harder to acquire. Starting an office in the US – the paperwork and how to get setup. Proving viability – how to show you have sufficient funds to operate in the American market place. Whether to seek a green card (LPR status) or non-immigrant business status. How to bring your employee families over to the United States.
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Former INS Agent Michael Cutler

Former INS Agent Michael Cutler

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We are excited to welcome return guest, retired Immigration and Naturalization Service Agent, Mr Michael Cutler. Cutler talks about all of the media lies covering up the extent of undercover immigration conspiring against the president on this issue. We get into MS-13 and their relationship with ISIS, this and much more. The following is a glimpse at the background on Michael Cutler, in his own words: I began my career with the agency that had been known as the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) in October, 1971 as an immigration inspector assigned to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. From 1973 until 1974 I was assigned as an examiner to the unit which was responsible for adjudicating petitions filed by United States Citizens and Lawfully Admitted Permanent Resident Aliens (LPRs) on behalf of their alien spouses to accord them LPR status. My goal in this assignment was to attempt to uncover fraud marriages and fraud marriage rings. Show Website: http://www.HagmannAndHagmann.com News./Information: http://www.HagmannReport.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HagmannReport Twitter: https://twitter.com/HagmannReport Doug’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/douglas.hagmann
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