• 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
  • 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
  • Valeriy Bolotov, the head of LPR, tells about the situation

    29.05.2014, Lugansk, Lugansk People's Republic, former Ukraine Valeriy Bolotov, the head of LPR, tells about the situation Captions: English Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dg3tOVr4h7w The official LPR site: http://lugansk-online.info/ Videos from battles in LPR: 22.05, Lisichansk-Rubezhnoe, the survey: http://rusvesna.su/news/1400738968 28.05, Lugansk, the assault of garrison: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PhQwizKigs 29.05, Alexandrovsk, the assault of garrison: http://rusvesna.su/news/1401396253 In 1980-th Valeriy Bolotov was the officer of Soviet Army. He fought in Afghanistan, then - in local conflicts in USSR. When Soviet Union was broken he became the head of Ukrainian organization of veterans. He has a small business. He has economic and engineering educations....

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • 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
  • (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
  • (ENG Subs) DPR head addresses Ukraine's block on coal from LPR & DPR

    (ENG Subs) DPR head addresses Ukraine's block on coal from LPR & DPR 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 comes 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/journalis...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • Family Based Immigrant Visa | Sponsoring Married Son or Daughter of a U.S. Citizen Parents

    FAMILY BASED IMMIGRANT VISA - SPONSORING MARRIED SON OR DAUGHTER OF A U.S. CITIZEN PARENTS. DOES MARRIAGE CHANGE A CASE? Two groups of family based immigrant visa categories, including immediate relatives and family preference categories, are provided under the provisions of United States immigration law, specifically the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas (Unlimited): These visa types are based on a close family relationship with a United States (U.S.) citizen described as an Immediate Relative (IR). The number of immigrants in these categories is not limited each fiscal year. Immediate relative visa types include: IR-1: Spouse of a U.S. Citizen - Learn More IR-2: Unmarried Child Under 21 Years of Age of a U.S. Citizen IR-3: Orphan adopted abroad ...

    published: 08 Feb 2016
  • 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
  • "19" from Changing Same_Numinous @ LPR

    1st movement of Changing Same from Numinous CD release 9.21.15 @ Le Poisson Rouge, NYC ©2015 Numen Music/BMI All Rights Reserved Katie Cox (Flute/Piccolo); Robert Walker (Bb Clarinet/Bass Clarinet); Stephanie Richards (Trumpet/Flügelhorn); JC Sanford (Trombone); Carmen Staaf (Keyboard); Maeve Gilchrist (Celtic Harp); Tom Beckham (Vibraphone); Amanda Monaco (Guitar); Mike Baggetta (Guitar: SOLO); Aubrey Johnson (Voice); Tammy Scheffer (Voice); Jean Rohe (Voice); Emilie Weibel (Voice); Ana Milosavljevic (Violin/Viper); Josh Henderson (Violin); Hannah Levinson (Viola); Adam Matthes (Viola); Leigh Stuart (Cello); Amanda Gookin (Cello); Matt Aronoff (Electric Bass); Joseph C. Phillips Jr. (Composer/Conductor) “[W]e must fight for your life as though it were our own—which it is—and render i...

    published: 12 Oct 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
  • 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
  • LPR Colonel of Militia Oleg Anaschenko, has killed by a bomb planted in he car.

    #LPR Colonel of Militia Oleg Anaschenko, has just been killed by a bomb planted in he car.

    published: 04 Feb 2017
  • How to apply for cancelation of removal with an immigration court?

    How to apply for cancelation of removal with an immigration court? http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Deportation-Defense/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx http://www.simonebertollini1.com/Immigration/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx An individual can face charges for removal from the United States for a variety of reasons, such as criminal activity or overstay of a visa. You may be entitled to cancellation of removal if you are facing deportation from the United States. Cancellation of removal is a form of relief that can effectively prevent a removal order from taking place. An immigration judge can grant cancellation of removal, but it is not available for all aliens. Cancellation of removal results in a grant of a green card to an eligible non-permanent resident, and in retention of gre...

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • USCIS Policy Memo: Extension of Status for T and U Nonimmigrants

    http://peerallylaw.com- Read the memo http://bit.ly/uscismemouvisa info@peerallylaw.com Phone (510) 7425887 USCIS Policy Memo: Extension of Status for T and U Nonimmigrants (Corrected and Reissued) Purpose This policy memorandum (PM) provides guidance about extensions of status for T and U nonimmigrants, including any related Forms I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. This PM rescinds and replaces PM 602-0032.1, as discussed below. This PM revises chapters 39.1 and 39.2 of the Adjudicator’s Field Manual (AFM). PM 602-0032.1 contained information relating to a derivative T nonimmigrant’s ability to adjust status to a lawful permanent resident (LPR). Under the superseded PM, a derivative T nonimmigrant could not adjust status after the principal had adjusted ...

    published: 07 Nov 2016
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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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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  • Updated: 13 Feb 2014
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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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Valeriy Bolotov, the head of LPR, tells about the situation

Valeriy Bolotov, the head of LPR, tells about the situation

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  • Updated: 02 Jun 2014
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29.05.2014, Lugansk, Lugansk People's Republic, former Ukraine Valeriy Bolotov, the head of LPR, tells about the situation Captions: English Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dg3tOVr4h7w The official LPR site: http://lugansk-online.info/ Videos from battles in LPR: 22.05, Lisichansk-Rubezhnoe, the survey: http://rusvesna.su/news/1400738968 28.05, Lugansk, the assault of garrison: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PhQwizKigs 29.05, Alexandrovsk, the assault of garrison: http://rusvesna.su/news/1401396253 In 1980-th Valeriy Bolotov was the officer of Soviet Army. He fought in Afghanistan, then - in local conflicts in USSR. When Soviet Union was broken he became the head of Ukrainian organization of veterans. He has a small business. He has economic and engineering educations. After Ukrainian coup 21-22.02.2014 the veteran organization starts to prepare the riot. The new power started persecutions of soldiers who obeyed orders of previous government. Veterans were indignant. The riot in Lugansk began 06.04. Demands were: to drop all charges against soldiers of previous government, to carry out the referendum on the status of region. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaqlOpztZm8 The junta did not want to talk. So, situation developed by the way of escalation. Actually, veterans had to head the people's protest against junta. The LPR was finally established at the referendum 11.05 [Simultaneously the Donetsk People's Republic was established]. Valeriy Bolotov became the head of LPR. 22.05 the first significant fights took place in LPR between the Home Guard and Kiev forces. All large towns in Lugansk region are under LPR control. Groups of the Home Guard disarm isolated garrisons of Ukrainian Army. Now one can speak of about few tens murdered in LPR. History continues. Remarks: LPR=Lugansk People's Republic. Home Guard - the armed forces of LPR. "we have people to exchange" - time by time antagonists exchange captives. "actions to liberate garrisons" - the Home Guard captures isolated bases of Kiev forces. Conscripts are released, officers are captured to exchange. Kiev junta - protesters often use these words to denote the Kiev government. Indeed, they get the power by the coup. "Unlike Kiev junta we do not shoot someone in the back..." - soldiers of Kiev forces often refuse to shoot. There are many information about shootings such soldiers. "Now explosions are in Alexandrovsk" - when the Home Guard assaulted the one of garrisons the ammunition storage explosed. Timur Yuldashev - the Kiev junta tried to form the volunteer detachment in Lugansk against rebels. He was its commander. The detachment was disarmed by locals, they passed Timur to rebels.
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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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(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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  • Updated: 07 Feb 2017
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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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(ENG Subs) DPR head addresses Ukraine's block on coal from LPR & DPR

(ENG Subs) DPR head addresses Ukraine's block on coal from LPR & DPR

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  • Updated: 16 Feb 2017
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(ENG Subs) DPR head addresses Ukraine's block on coal from LPR & DPR 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 comes 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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Family Based Immigrant Visa | Sponsoring Married Son or Daughter of a U.S. Citizen Parents

Family Based Immigrant Visa | Sponsoring Married Son or Daughter of a U.S. Citizen Parents

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FAMILY BASED IMMIGRANT VISA - SPONSORING MARRIED SON OR DAUGHTER OF A U.S. CITIZEN PARENTS. DOES MARRIAGE CHANGE A CASE? Two groups of family based immigrant visa categories, including immediate relatives and family preference categories, are provided under the provisions of United States immigration law, specifically the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Immediate Relative Immigrant Visas (Unlimited): These visa types are based on a close family relationship with a United States (U.S.) citizen described as an Immediate Relative (IR). The number of immigrants in these categories is not limited each fiscal year. Immediate relative visa types include: IR-1: Spouse of a U.S. Citizen - Learn More IR-2: Unmarried Child Under 21 Years of Age of a U.S. Citizen IR-3: Orphan adopted abroad by a U.S. Citizen - Learn More IR-4: Orphan to be adopted in the U.S. by a U.S. citizen - Learn More IR-5: Parent of a U.S. Citizen who is at least 21 years old Family Preference Immigrant Visas (Limited): These visa types are for specific, more distant, family relationships with a U.S. citizen and some specified relationships with a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR). There are fiscal year numerical limitations on family preference immigrants, shown at the end of each category. The family preference categories are: Family First Preference (F1): Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their minor children, if any. (23,400) Family Second Preference (F2): Spouses, minor children, and unmarried sons and daughters (age 21 and over) of LPRs. At least seventy-seven percent of all visas available for this category will go to the spouses and children; the remainder is allocated to unmarried sons and daughters. (114,200) Family Third Preference (F3): Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children. (23,400) Family Fourth Preference (F4): Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children, provided the U.S. citizens are at least 21 years of age. (65,000) Note: Grandparents, aunts, uncles, in-laws, and cousins cannot sponsor a relative for immigration. For more information on this subject, visit our website http://visaserve.com/lawyer/Family-Based-Immigration_cp17956.htm
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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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  • Updated: 08 Mar 2016
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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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"19" from Changing Same_Numinous @ LPR

"19" from Changing Same_Numinous @ LPR

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1st movement of Changing Same from Numinous CD release 9.21.15 @ Le Poisson Rouge, NYC ©2015 Numen Music/BMI All Rights Reserved Katie Cox (Flute/Piccolo); Robert Walker (Bb Clarinet/Bass Clarinet); Stephanie Richards (Trumpet/Flügelhorn); JC Sanford (Trombone); Carmen Staaf (Keyboard); Maeve Gilchrist (Celtic Harp); Tom Beckham (Vibraphone); Amanda Monaco (Guitar); Mike Baggetta (Guitar: SOLO); Aubrey Johnson (Voice); Tammy Scheffer (Voice); Jean Rohe (Voice); Emilie Weibel (Voice); Ana Milosavljevic (Violin/Viper); Josh Henderson (Violin); Hannah Levinson (Viola); Adam Matthes (Viola); Leigh Stuart (Cello); Amanda Gookin (Cello); Matt Aronoff (Electric Bass); Joseph C. Phillips Jr. (Composer/Conductor) “[W]e must fight for your life as though it were our own—which it is—and render impassable with our bodies the corridor to the gas chamber. For, if they take you in the morning, they will be coming for us that night.”-James Baldwin The emotional timbre of “19” is inspired by the activist Angela Davis and her iconic status in the black culture of my youth. James Baldwin's November 19, 1970 “An Open Letter to My Sister, Miss Angela Davis” is stirring in its description of Davis as a soldier in the on-going struggle for racial and social equality and a martyr in the “enormous revolution in black consciousness…[that] means the beginning or the end of America.” The letter, while condemning the false arrest of Angela Davis that summer, goes on to describe the contemporary state of racial dynamics in the United States in biting and incisive commentary. www.numinousmusic.com www.newamrecords.com
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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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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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LPR Colonel of Militia Oleg Anaschenko, has killed by a bomb planted in he car.

LPR Colonel of Militia Oleg Anaschenko, has killed by a bomb planted in he car.

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#LPR Colonel of Militia Oleg Anaschenko, has just been killed by a bomb planted in he car.
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How to apply for cancelation of removal with an immigration court?

How to apply for cancelation of removal with an immigration court?

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How to apply for cancelation of removal with an immigration court? http://www.criminalimmigrationlawyer.com/Deportation-Defense/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx http://www.simonebertollini1.com/Immigration/Cancellation-of-Removal.aspx An individual can face charges for removal from the United States for a variety of reasons, such as criminal activity or overstay of a visa. You may be entitled to cancellation of removal if you are facing deportation from the United States. Cancellation of removal is a form of relief that can effectively prevent a removal order from taking place. An immigration judge can grant cancellation of removal, but it is not available for all aliens. Cancellation of removal results in a grant of a green card to an eligible non-permanent resident, and in retention of green card status for lawful permanent residents that are subject to grounds of removability . - CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL NON LPR 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 § 212(a)(2), § 237(a)(2) or § 237(a)(3) of the INA, and His/her U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family members would suffer an exceptional and extremely unusual hardship if the alien is removed. - CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL LPR Cancellation of removal is also available to certain lawful permanent residents (LPR) that are convicted of one of more crimes involving moral turpitude. To qualify for cancellation of removal, an LPR must demonstrate: To have been a LPR for at least 5 years at the time the application is filed; Prior to service of the Notice to Appear, or prior to committing a criminal or related offense referred to in sections 212(a)(2) and 237(a)(2) of the INA, or prior to committing a security or related offense referred to in section 237(a)(4) of the INA, to have had at least 7 years continuous residence in the United States after having been lawfully admitted in any status; and To have not been convicted of an aggravated felony. - HOW TO APPLY FOR CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL WITH AN IMMIGRATION COURT. An NPR must file Form EOIR-42B while LPR must file Form EOIR-42A, fully and accurately. The form must be filed with the immigration Court where the alien's case is pending. Aliens must pay the filing and biometrics fees and comply with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) instructions for providing biometric and biographic information to U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). It’s essential to serve a copy of your application on the Assistant Chief Counsel for the DHS, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and you must file your application with the appropriate Immigration Court.
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USCIS Policy Memo: Extension of Status for T and U Nonimmigrants

USCIS Policy Memo: Extension of Status for T and U Nonimmigrants

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http://peerallylaw.com- Read the memo http://bit.ly/uscismemouvisa info@peerallylaw.com Phone (510) 7425887 USCIS Policy Memo: Extension of Status for T and U Nonimmigrants (Corrected and Reissued) Purpose This policy memorandum (PM) provides guidance about extensions of status for T and U nonimmigrants, including any related Forms I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. This PM rescinds and replaces PM 602-0032.1, as discussed below. This PM revises chapters 39.1 and 39.2 of the Adjudicator’s Field Manual (AFM). PM 602-0032.1 contained information relating to a derivative T nonimmigrant’s ability to adjust status to a lawful permanent resident (LPR). Under the superseded PM, a derivative T nonimmigrant could not adjust status after the principal had adjusted status and had become an LPR. USCIS reasoned that because the derivative family member’s nonimmigrant status was derived from the principal, upon the principal’s adjustment of status, the derivative would no longer maintain derivative T nonimmigrant status and therefore would be ineligible for adjustment of status. This meant that the derivative would have to adjust at the same time as the principal in order to preserve the eligibility to adjust status. USCIS noted statutory differences with the U nonimmigrant program, which requires derivative U nonimmigrants to meet their own physical presence requirement. No similar physical presence requirement applies to adjustment of status for derivative T nonimmigrants. USCIS has reconsidered this interpretation of the T derivative adjustment of status provision and has edited the policy below accordingly. While applicable regulations require that a derivative T nonimmigrant must hold T nonimmigrant status at the time of filing Form I-485, the revised policy states that the derivative will not lose his or her derivative T nonimmigrant status when the principal adjusts status and becomes an LPR. Note that family members who have not previously entered or resided in the United States as derivative T nonimmigrants must be initially admitted in T nonimmigrant status before the T principal adjusts status. A derivative T nonimmigrant is eligible for adjustment of status if: (a) the principal has applied for and meets the eligibility requirements for adjustment of status under 8 CFR 245.23; and (b) the derivative was admitted in T nonimmigrant status and continues to hold such status at the time of the principal’s application for adjustment of status. 8 CFR 245.23(b)(1) and (2). Applicants may file a motion to reopen a derivative T nonimmigrant’s Form I-485 if U.S.C.I.S denied the application solely because the principal had already adjusted status. Applicants should file a Form I-290B, Notice of Appeal or Motion, and include a copy of the previous denial. Scope Unless specifically exempted herein, this PM applies to and is binding on all U.S.C.I.S employees. Authorities • Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (VTVPA), div. A; Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA), div. B; Violence Against Women Act of 2000 (VAWA 2000), Public Law No. 106-386, 114 Stat. 1464 (2000). • Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2003 (TVPRA 2003), Public Law No.108-193, 117 Stat. 2875 (2003). Information provided are for educational purposes only. You should not act or refrain to act, solely on the information provided. No attorney-client relationship is created by this video. Attorney reserves the right to refuse the case. If you have any questions, feel free to call (510) 742 5887
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