Monthly Archives: March 2015

H&R Block Quits Immigration, Begrudgingly Shuffles Off To Do Taxes

A few months ago, I posted on how H&R Block was starting a new program to help immigrants fill out immigration forms.  Well,H&R Block decided that they didn’t want a piece of the immigration pie after all. Long story short, … Continue reading

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Oh Where, Oh Where, Has My G-28 Gone?

How is this still an issue?  When I re-started into immigration about four (4) years ago, I picked up an apparently straightforward I-751 case.  We completed the paperwork, filed it with a G-28 (on blue paper), and waited to get … Continue reading

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A Little Extra Marriage Never Hurt Anybody, Right?

On February 16, 2015, DHS announced that it would soon be permitting the H-4 spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants who are seeking employment-based lawful permanent resident (LPR) status to apply and receive work authorization.  So far, at least, it appears that … Continue reading

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