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Israeli Knesset Nears Approval of E2 Treaty with US

By |Published on December 10th, 2014|Posted in Immigration
After a very long wait, Israeli and American citizens will soon be able to invest money in their respective countries and gain visas because of their investments. President Obama signed the law in 2012 but the treaty had not gone into effect because of the Israeli Knesset's failure to ratify it. On
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How President Obama’s Executive Order Will Help Business and Create Jobs

By |Published on November 25th, 2014|Posted in Immigration
When people debate President Obama’s recent Executive Action on Immigration, they tend to talk about his deportation protection for undocumented immigrants ignoring many of the other aspects of the order. For instance, there is little attention given to the changes that will enable job-creating
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Are You, or Someone You Know, Eligible for Obama’s Deportation Relief?

By |Published on November 24th, 2014|Posted in Immigration
I am amazed by the rumors circulating around the internet about the relief that President Obama gave by executive order last week. Some call it "amnesty for illegals" and others say that it will encourage more undocumented immigrants to come to the United States. But, the truth is that President
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Eric Ludin’s Response to Criticism of President Obama’s Executive Order

By |Published on November 21st, 2014|Posted in Immigration
In the Tampa Bay Times editorial page on November 21, 2014, President Obama is criticized for issuing an Executive Order protecting millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. Pasted below is the letter to the editor that I sent in response. Dear Editor, I was deeply disappointed
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Three Ways to Immigrate to the United States

By |Published on November 11th, 2014|Posted in Immigration
Yesterday we wrote about the 53 main visas that one can apply for to enter the United States. Just because you get a visa does not mean that you can immigrate to the U.S. By immigrate, we mean come here to live permanently as a lawful permanent resident with a green card.  There are only three
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