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Blog Posts in February, 2014

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  • New Civil Surgeon Form I-910
    New Civil Surgeon Form I-910

    Starting on March 11, 2014, USCIS will implement a new process to receive and adjudicate applications for civil surgeon designation centrally at the National Benefits Center. This process change ...

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  • Revised Form N-400
    Revised Form N-400

    Revised Form N-400 – As part of its form improvements initiative, USCIS has revised Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. The revisions to Form N-400 provide USCIS with additional tools to make ...

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  • Peak in US Rejection of Israeli Visa Requests
    Peak in US Rejection of Israeli Visa Requests

    US State Department figures from 2013 reveal a sharp 80% rise over the course of the year in Israeli visa requests that were rejected, continuing a trend of Israeli visa rejections over several years. ...

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  • Government Shutdown Hurt More Than 37,000 Immigration Cases
    Government Shutdown Hurt More Than 37,000 Immigration Cases

    The federal government shutdown last year delayed more than 37,000 immigration hearings by months or years for immigrants already waiting in lengthy lines to plead for asylum or green cards. Read more ...

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  • Bob Worsley Proposes $30 Million U.S.-Mexico Border 'Virtual Fence'
    Bob Worsley Proposes $30 Million U.S.-Mexico Border 'Virtual Fence'

    PHOENIX, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Arizona could spend $30 million to construct a "virtual fence" to ensure the federal government is securing the U.S.-Mexico border from drug smugglers and illegal ...

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  • AP: Nebraska City Prepares to Enforce Immigration Rules
    AP: Nebraska City Prepares to Enforce Immigration Rules

    The Associated Press reports that nearly sixty percent of voters in Fremont, Nebraska decided to keep an ordinance that requires renters to get a permit and attest to their legal status. Read more at ...

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