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Huge Spike in American Applications to Canadian Universities

Immigration News: Students Fleeing U.S. to Canadian Universities Because of Election Just like any election there are people that are unsatisfied with the results. Most recently in the United States 2016 election there has been an extreme increase of upset college students. This is actually not surprising considering if only millennials (ages 18-34) voted in […]

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Immigrating to Miami? There’s a Neighborhood Just For You

Picking the Best Neighborhood Based on Your Lifestyle If you’re looking to immigrate to Miami, Florida on a work visa, you’re not alone. The Miami-Dade County in Florida has experienced a 20 percent growth within the last ten years much because of its recent immigration. Because of the immigration growth the county now has the […]

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Miami Has Become a Hot Spot For Immigrants

Why Immigrants Have Chose Miami     Miami, Florida is a melting pot for foreign workers. The city welcomes thousands of immigrant workers every year but in order for them to work in the United States there is a list of documents needed. There are a few different types of visas for foreign workers depending […]

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The One Rule You May Have Forgot At Customs

Be Prepared to Provide Your Social Media Accounts In June, 2016, the United States Department of Homeland Security devised a new law that foreign travelers may be required to give their social media accounts to the United State Immigration authorities. This rule is exclusive for travelers who are coming into the United State on the […]

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Obama Ends ‘Wet Foot, Dry Foot’ Policy for Cubans

Favored Immigration Policy for Cubans Ends Today On Thursday, January 12, president Barack Obama had announced that he will be ending the longstanding “wet foot, dry foot” policy that allows Cubans who arrive on American soil without a visa to become permanent residents. Obama wrote “By taking this step, we are treating Cuban migrants the […]

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Will the Cloud Help Immigration Wait Times?

If you’ve applied to immigrate to the US, then you’ve probably become skilled at playing the waiting game. It can take months or even years to immigrate. What if technology could make the process faster? The US government has begun to implement cloud technologies that may speed up application times for green cards and work […]

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Beware! These 3 Things Get People Denied Entry to the US Every Day

Hundreds of thousands of people enter the US through any one of the dozens of ports that dot the country’s lengthy borders. Not everyone who tries to enter is actually allowed in, though. In fact, hundreds of people are turned away at the US border every day. Why? Read on to learn the top three […]

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Your Simple Guide to US Green Card Applications

In the 19th century, the US was known as The Land of Opportunity. Immigrants believed the streets were actually paved with gold after hearing tales of how friends and relatives prospered in the new country. The US still attracts people who want access to greater economic opportunities. An important aspect of today’s immigration process is permanent […]

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This Mistake Costs People Permanent Residence in the United States

  It doesn’t seem fair – you’ve put in time, effort, and probably no small amount of money into applying for and maintaining your legal immigration status in the US. But US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is now saying that you’re not eligible for permanent residency any longer. This isn’t uncommon. Many people make the […]

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Chinese Investor Lawsuits Get Thrown Out

As recently reported by The Globe & Mail – A Federal Court judge has ruled against more than 1,000 wealthy Chinese who tried to immigrate to Canada under the newly terminated Immigrant Investor Program. The inventors then later attempted to seek legal compensation for their inconvenience. Immigrant Investor Law Suits Get Dismissed “[T]here is no […]

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