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The Ranchod Law Group, San Francisco Immigration Lawyer

Please visit www.Ranchodlaw.com for more information regarding Green Cards for your wife, fiance(e) or relative, Employment based Visas, Student Visas, etc.
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www.visaandgreencard.com 866-489-7612 Hanlon Law Group, PC handles US immigration and nationality law issues including green cards, citizenship and removal defense. Contact the firm in Pasadena, California.
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Experts cite costs, red tape of birthright citizenship plan

Experts cite costs, red tape of birthright citizenship plan
All parents applying for birth certificates would be asked about citizenship or immigration status.
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Gov’t puts temp hold on gay couple visa cases
WASHINGTON (AP) – The government will no longer automatically deny applications for immigration benefits for same-sex couples, opting to put them on hold until it gets some legal advice on the Obama administration’s decision to stop defending the law that prohibits gay marriage
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Immigration Lawyer – Brad Bernstein answers questions on Child Citizenship

www.4immigration.comListen in as Immigration Attorney Brad Bernstein of Spar & Bernstein, PC tackles a wide range of immigration questions relating to everything from green cards, deportation, education visas, work visas, adoption visas, permanent residence, naturalization, entertainment visas, sports visas, and anything else related to immigration law. Top US & New York Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein and his associates give free advice to callers at Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City Metro Area and on our website at www.4immigration.com To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-522.0804 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Immigration Law Link sblawlink.com

www.4immigration.comListen in as Immigration Attorney Brad Bernstein of Spar & Bernstein, PC tackles a wide range of immigration questions relating to everything from green cards, deportation, education visas, work visas, adoption visas, permanent residence, naturalization, entertainment visas, sports visas, and anything else related to immigration law. Top US & New York Immigration Lawyer/Attorney Brad Bernstein and his associates give free advice to callers at Immigration Link Show on Linkup Radio 93.5 FM. Immigration Link Radio Show is aired Monday through Friday, 12:00pm-12:30pm EST, on 93.5 FM in New York City Metro Area and on our website at www.4immigration.com To schedule a consultation with The Law Offices of Spar & Bernstein, please call 1-800-522.0804 (within USA) or 1-212-227-3636 (outside of USA). Also please visit our cool blog, Spar & Bernstein’s Immigration Law Link sblawlink.com
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I would like to file a complain against a university based in California but without involving lawyers.?

Question by Gina: I would like to file a complain against a university based in California but without involving lawyers.?
I was given false information by the representatives based in California and India. I trusted them to guide me in how to apply for Fall 2011 and for visa. Due to their mistake the I-20 arrived late due to which I was unable to take the visa date on time. I was assured that an extension letter would be provided to me that would delay my entry in the USA by a week. Once I got the visa date I was assured that there won’t be a problem but a couple of days later they informed that I would have to differ my admission to Summer 2011. They laugh whenever I try to call them and they fail to take down my complain. When I ask what is the complains procedure they ask to contact an immigration lawyer or a lawyer in CA. They hang up on me whenever I try to contact them. Even if I give a false name to speak to the person incharge they know who is on the line. Their attitude is not professional and it seems that they must pulled this stunt on someone else as well hence they have the “I CARE A DAMN” attitude. All I want is to lodge a complaint at the university with someone other than the person who the complain is against. They refuse to entertain my request and refuse to give any information. Someone please help me because I don’t want some other student to go through what I have gone through. It is insulting and just not right.

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Answer by M. P
Call the BBA
http://www.bbb.org/

Also you could contact their board members and let them know what’s going on. Many people are investing a lot of money in that college. They may help you.

3rd you could contact your local newspapers. This is a good way to get their attention and let them know you are serious.

Last… you may need a lawyer… if nothing else works.

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International Student, married U.S. citizen, lost student status (Out-Of-Status), how to apply for Residency?


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Question by Melissa: International Student, married U.S. citizen, lost student status (Out-Of-Status), how to apply for Residency?
I came to the U.S. as an International Student. I married my husband, a U.S. citizen and then lost my student status (so I am Out-Of-Status), I wish to apply for a Permament Resident Visa, what paperwork must I file? what forms should I file? should I seek legal assistance for being Out-Of-Status? Is there a different procedure, form, fee, fine, for being out of status? if there is, does it matter how long have I been out-of-status? the longer i have been out of status, the greater the fine, fee, etc.? What are some “normal, regular” lawyer fees for this kind of case? Please help if you are an immigration lawyer, and actually know what you are talking about. Or if you just recently wnet through the same situation, and know exactly what to do! thank you!

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Answer by john t
dear email me with you MSN or yahoo mess you need to go to INS website first but i have been thru this with my ex wife which was from brazil and out of status doesnt matter if you are student or not

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What do you think 400,000 babies are born in the United States to mothers who are illegal immigrants.?

Question by Untied States Of Latina: What do you think 400,000 babies are born in the United States to mothers who are illegal immigrants.?
Each year, an estimated 400,000 babies are born in the United States to mothers who are illegal immigrants. More than 25 percent of those babies are born in California.

Although Congress has never passed a law saying so, no president has ever ordered it, and no court has ever ruled on the issue, each of these babies automatically becomes a U.S. citizen when it takes its first breath.

That could change if legislation that Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Gold River, joined in sponsoring in April becomes law.

Lungren, who served as California’s attorney general from 1990 to 1998 and worked on the last successful push for an immigration overhaul when he represented Long Beach in the Congress in the 1980s, said he is trying to stimulate a debate on what he believes is a key factor drawing immigrants illegally across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Critics have another word for it.

“Xenophobia,” said Crystal Williams, deputy director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. “They are afraid of having more Hispanic citizens.”

Contributing to the evolution of U.S. policy is the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. Ratified in 1868, after the Civil War, it was intended to ensure that children of freed slaves were extended U.S. citizenship. The amendment states simply that anyone born in the United States and “subject to the jurisdiction thereof,” is a citizen.

U.S. policy has come to recognize “birthright citizenship” in just about every vital transaction.

http://www.sacbee.com/111/story/370050.html

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Answer by Lori K
I think the illegal alien issue is out of control on more than one front. This is just another reason we HAVE to get control. If for no other reason but for the welfare of these children. Being born into an environment where they are raised among those involved in an illegal subculture just isn’t fair. They need to be back in their own country where their children aren’t put into untenable positions.

Illegal parents aren’t suitable parents. It’s unfortunate, but true.

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