Ahmad Yakzan on Non-Immigrant Visas

Good Morning, my name is Ahmad Yakzan with the American Dream™ Law Office, I just wanted to come up today and talk with all of our followers on Facebook. We have a lot of exciting news. I want to discuss non-immigrant visas with you today. We opened an office in Washington D.C. and hopefully, we have…

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South American Immigrants in the United States

South American immigrants in the United States, though small in absolute numbers compared to those from Mexico and Central America, experienced the fastest growth since 1960 among all Latin American immigrant groups. The number of South American immigrants grew from 90,000 in 1960 to around 2.9 million in 2014, representing a 32-fold increase. In 1960,…

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Deferred Action for Unauthorized Immigrant Parents: Analysis of DAPA’s Potential Effects on Families and Children

In November 2014, the Obama administration announced the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program, which would protect from deportation and provide eligibility for work authorization to as many as 3.6 million unauthorized immigrants, according to MPI estimates. Unauthorized immigrants who are parents of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents…

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Asian Immigrants in the United States

Migration from Asia to the United States rose dramatically with passage of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, which removed national-origin quotas established in 1921 barring immigration from Asian and Arab countries and sharply limiting arrivals from Africa and eastern and southern Europe. The number of Asian immigrants grew from 491,000 in 1960 to about…

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Three Things to Know When Applying for an Investor Visa

Coming to the United States using an investor visa could be a great way to start your road to the American dream™. There is no one cookie cutter way to apply for an investment visa. However, there are several things to do to increase your chances of success. Here are three of them: First, hire…

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Hatch Introduces I-Squared Act of 2015 To Help Skilled Workers

Senator Hatch introduced the ‘‘Immigration Innovation Act of 2015’’ or the ‘‘I-Squared Act of 2015’’ on the Senate today. The Act aims to get more skilled immigrants into the United States. It has three components: 1. It raises the amount of H1B visas available for skilled immigrants. The Act raises the number of visas depending on…

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