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Technology Workers May Have New Immigration Benefits in the Near Future

A bi-partisan bill featuring immigration reform for foreigners who work in high-tech sectors has been reintroduced in the Senate today. The bill, which was spearheaded by six Senators, would allow more immigrants who have skills that are in demand in areas like Silicon Valley to get employment visas. The bill is being called the Immigration Innovation Act, and it has…

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The Naturalization Test: What Every Immigrant Should Know

You might have the papers, the years spent stateside, the Green Card, the great moral character and a perfect pile of paperwork ready for your citizenship to be pushed through. However, one last major obstacle stands in your way of becoming a US citizen. This obstacle, of course, is the naturalization test. Your citizenship will depend on whether or not…

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New Laws May Permit Immigrant Children to Stay in the U.S.

The requirements for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program were expanded last year by President Obama to ensure that more children who had immigrated to the United States might avoid deportation. Along with an expanded DACA program, President Obama also announced that many undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and lawful residents may also be able to receive work…

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Proposed Immigration Reform Would Make U.S. Naturalization Easier

There are two ways to become a U.S. citizen: by birth or by naturalization. If you are born in the United States, you are automatically a citizen of the country. If you are born elsewhere but have at least one parent who is a U.S. citizen, you are already a citizen of the United States. You can also go through…

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