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Hope after a deportation order

By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Lorena Larios Shah Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids continue to be a serious concern for immigrants in the United States  ICE agents’ main target is individuals with deportation/removal orders who failed to depart or […]

Relief from default in divorce cases

By Atty. Kenneth Reyes There are situations in both divorce and child support cases where the Summons and Petition resulted to a default against one party for failing to respond in time. In certain situations, the defaulted party failed to […]

Federal government pushes EB-5 investor visa program to stimulate economy

By Atty. Daniel Hanlon Recognizing the importance of encouraging foreign investment in the US, the USCIS recently issued a memorandum to provide new instructions to its adjudicators relating to the timing of creating new jobs and explaining the meaning of […]

Protecting against deportation

By Atty. Paul Choi (Paul Choi is an immigration attorney and professor of law located at 16000 Ventura Blvd. Ste 1201, Encino, CA. 91436.  Atty  Choi will answer all questions regarding immigration and naturalization for free. Address questions to pchoi@pchoilaw.com […]

Marriage fraud for immigration purposes

By Atty. James Beirne If you are in a relationship and contemplating marriage with a foreign national, it is important to be aware of the U.S. immigration laws regarding marriage. A solid understanding of the rules involved will ensure that […]

DHS announces H-1B visa cap reached

By Atty. Allison Aquino The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that it has received enough H-1B visa petitions as of January 26, 2011, to reach the visa cap. As such, the DHS will reject any H-1B petitions filed on or […]

The ultimate Pakbet recipe

Estimated cooking time: 35 minutes Pakbet Ingredients: - 1/4 kilo pork with fat, cut into small pieces -2 Amapalya (bitter melons) sliced to bite size pieces -2 eggplants, sliced to bite size pieces -5 pieces of okra, cut in two […]

Babies know that bigger means better

By Stephanie Pappas Babies understand that might makes right by the time they’re 10 months old, according to a new study. The findings suggest infants have a sophisticated understanding of social interactions even before they learn to walk. The study, […]

Bring on the blogs! Mass-Comm Pro Jesse Matubis talks on state of journalism

By Louinn Lota GLENDALE, Calif. – Citizen journalists and the growing blogosphere don’t bother mass communications expert Jesus “Jesse” Matubis Jr., who spoke to members of the Filipino American Press Club of Los Angeles on the state of news reporting...

US evacuates Americans from Cairo

By Lauren Frayer Foreigners are jamming Cairo’s airport today while the U.S. and other governments scramble to evacuate their citizens from Egypt as riots, looting and lawlessness spread across a nation struggling to overthrow nearly 30 years of authoritarian rule […]