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Blog Posts in March, 2015

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  • A Silent Crisis: Children Experiencing Trauma in Family Detention
    A Silent Crisis: Children Experiencing Trauma in Family Detention

    During my week as a volunteer attorney in San Antonio, I visited with a mother and child at the Karnes family detention center who had been transferred from the Artesia detention center when it ...

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  • Immigration Agency Issues Long-Awaited Guidance on L-1B Visa Petitions
    Immigration Agency Issues Long-Awaited Guidance on L-1B Visa Petitions

    This week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) took another crucial step toward administrative reform of our immigration laws. The agency issued for public comment long-awaited policy ...

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  • Business Group Ranks U.S. Near Last in Welcoming Skilled Immigrants
    Business Group Ranks U.S. Near Last in Welcoming Skilled Immigrants

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States ranks near the bottom among major economies in terms of policies to allow hiring highly skilled immigrant workers, according to a study by a business lobbying ...

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  • Permanent Residency Obtained for Canadian-born Indian
    Permanent Residency Obtained for Canadian-born Indian

    David F. Vedder, P.A. recently secured a green card on behalf of a Canadian-born member of an Indian tribe. Upon consulting our office to develop a strategy for obtaining permanent residence in the ...

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  • Electronic (paperless) I-94 Issues
    Electronic (paperless) I-94 Issues

    Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Tampa Field Office (TFO), issues this Public Information Notice (PIN) to announce that the Area Port of Orlando will begin accepting requests, via email, to review ...

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  • David Vedder, P.A. Case Update
    David Vedder, P.A. Case Update

    Mr. Vedder represented a prominent physician whose application for naturalization was erroneously denied. Mr. Vedder filed suit in Federal District Court, Middle District of Florida seeking judicial ...

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