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On Sunday, April 22, 2012, the New York County District Attorney’s Office hosted an Immigration Service Fraud Prevention Seminar for the Chinese immigrant community.  The presentation, which was cosponsored by AABANY, was held at St. Patrick’s Youth Center in lower …

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In a February 2012 decision that piqued the interest of many tax and immigration attorneys who defend clients in removal (deportation) proceedings, the Supreme Court ruled that the crime of making a false statement on a tax return constitutes an …

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On Tuesday, April 3rd, the Manhattan DA’s office invited Partner Tsui Yee to a media roundtable for the Chinese press.  The focus of the presentation was the DA’s Office of Immigrant Affairs Program, which investigates and prosecutes fraud committed against …

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NYS Senator Bill Perkins sent us personalized letters, thanking us for volunteering at his event, Forum on Immigration Reform and Empowerment (FIRE). Read the thank you letters here: NYS Senator Bill Perkins’ Thank You Letters.

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We met NYS Senator Bill Perkins volunteering at his event called “Forum on Immigration Reform and Empowerment” that took place on March 9 at the Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building at 163 West 125th Street, New York, NY.  …

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The Human Resources Association of New York (HR/NY) has published partner Rio Guerrero in their March 2012 Newsletter, regarding the H-1B visa cap. Here’s an excerpt, with a link to the full article below: Solutions to H-1B Visa Scarcity The …

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Many applicants for EB-5 Investor Visa Regional Center Designation continue to wait – beyond the reasonably-expected US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) processing times – for adjudication of their Form I-924 applications.  Recently, USCIS confirmed the suspicions of many.  In …

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On January 19, 2012, President Obama signed an executive order aimed at significantly increasing the number of international visitors who travel to the United States each year. Recognizing that the U.S. tourism and travel industry is a major component of …

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Nursing is fast becoming another “profession-in-transition” in U.S. immigration law parlance. It is not unlike the transition that the physical therapy industry experienced this past decade – when a master’s degree officially became the minimum education standard for entry into …

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The genesis of much of the successful work produced by our law firm originates from a company’s human resources (HR) director or department. A company’s HR department may have a prospective employee, or a current employee, for whom an immigration …

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