Comment: Tracking Your Wait
Visa Bulletin from the State Department and Border Wait Times from CBP are among the various government times you can find from our Processing Times page. Of course, you can also get the latest Priority Dates, and both Service Center and District Office Processing Times. We are pleased to announce that our Processing Times Page has been updated to include the USCIS National Processing Volumes and Trends. In addition to national trends for all forms, trends for the following forms are available: I-90, I-102, I-129 F, I-129, I-130 Imm Rel., I-130 Pref., I-131, I-140, I-360, I-485, I-526, I-539, I-600, I-751, I-765, I-817, I-821, I-824, I-829, I-914, I-918, N-400 Military, N-400 Non-Military, and N-600. Bookmark this useful page and have the information available at your fingertips!
ILW Green Card Survey Tracker provides a unique way to estimate the availability date for green card applications. Unlike other estimation methods, which rely on mechanical or mathematical calculations, this tracker tabulates predictions from immigrants and immigration professionals concerning availability dates for various categories of green card applications. Give it a try and share your thoughts by writing to email@example.com
Every year at about this time, U.S. Employers approach the Immigration and Nationality Lawyers and Immigration Attorneys at the NPZ Law Group often asking us for the reasons why they should consider doing the H-1B visa. Here are the TOP TEN REASONS we give to them. David Letterman, eat your heart out . . .
10. By doing an H-1B visa sooner, rather than, later, the prospective H-1B employer and employee allow themselves time in the event that the H-1B is not approved in the current H-1B cycle. Some employers delay the process and have prospective H-1B employees remain in
Comment: Champion Or Deporter-in-Chief?
The Washington Post reports that President Obama attempted to defend his immigration track record by saying that he is the Champion-in-Chief and not the Deporter-in-Chief, as some immigration advocates, like us, have claimed.
President Obama dismissed criticism Thursday from immigration advocates who called him the "deporter-in-chief" and instead declared himself the "champion-in-chief" of comprehensive immigration reform. At a town hall meeting with Latinos at the Newseum, Obama faced tough questions about his record on deportations of undocumented immigrants, which this month is set to top 2 million since he took office. "Since I ran for president, I've pushed for comprehensive immigration reform, and I will continue to push," Obama said. "I am the champion-in-chief of comprehensive immigration reform. But until Congress passes new laws, I am constrained in what I am able to do."
What do you think of President Obama's claim about being a champion for immigration reform? Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Immediate Release DHS Press Office Contact: 202-282-8010
WASHINGTON—Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson today unveiled the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) fiscal year (FY) 2015 budget request of $38.2 billion in net discretionary funding, building on the progress DHS has made in each of its mission areas while strengthening existing capabilities. The Budget enhances critical security partnerships across all levels of government, with international