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September 18, 2017

A little under a year ago, we set out to provide a solution to the question, “Why is the immigration process so hard?” The answer always came back to information, or lack thereof. “What am I eligible for?” “Which forms… View Article


U.S. Immigrants Who’ve Won Microbiology’s Top Prize

September 16, 2017

The U.K.-based Microbiology Society is one of the world’s top professional associations covering the study of bacteria, viruses, protozoa and other tiny forms of life. Since 1953 the Society’s biennial Marjory Stephenson Prize has been awarded for outstanding contributions to… View Article


The Visa Bulletin: What’s New for October 2017?

September 14, 2017

The U.S. Department of State recently released its Visa Bulletin for October 2017. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward.If you don’t know what… View Article


Immigration Under President Kennedy

September 8, 2017

While campaigning for President, John F. Kennedy stated that “we must remove the distinctions between native born and naturalized citizens to assure full protection of our laws to all … the protections provided by due process, right of appeal, and statutes… View Article


Dreamers on the Cliff’s Edge

September 7, 2017

Imagine you are 16 years old. Your friends are getting ready to apply for college, get a driver’s license, maybe look for a summer job. You’re excited to do the same, but then, for the first time in your life,… View Article



New Hurdles on the Horizon

August 31, 2017

These days, the swirl of immigration headlines can make it difficult to keep track of what’s actually changing versus what’s still just a rumor. Let us break down the past month’s news for you.Immigration policy: reality vs. rumorsCategory 1: Real… View Article


These Two Award-Winning Psychologists Were Both U.S. Immigrants

August 17, 2017

The American Psychological Association’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology is one of the most prestigious prizes in the field of psychology. The inaugural APA prize went to Otto Klineberg, a Canadian-born psychologist who had provided key expert… View Article


Immigration, Then and Now

August 15, 2017

It’s not all that common for a White House press briefing to turn into a national debate over the meaning of a 134-year-old sonnet. Yet so it is these days with “The New Colossus,” the immigrant-welcoming poem that’s engraved at… View Article