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Cincinnati Immigration Attorney Christopher M. Pogue
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The Cincinnati Enquirer recently published my editorial rebuttal defending visiting families at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. These families were accused of visa wrong doing when in fact they were in full compliance with the law. Sadly this did not stop their local school district from trying to kick them out of school.... 

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USCIS Announces Revised Procedures for Determining Visa Availability for Applicants Waiting to File for Adjustment of Status.

India EB-2 Category is the big winner with the priority date moving from 2005 to 2011.  Most categories will also see some improvement. 

This will also open up big new opportunities for those with a pending I-485 to change employers under AC-21. 

http://www.pogueimmigrationlaw.com/news/view/866/visa_bulletin_changes_october_2015___tens_of_thousands_now_eligible_to_adjust_status_to_legal_permanent_resident

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On November 20, 2014 USCIS announced that Temporary Protected Status will be available to nationals of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone for at least 18 months due to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. 

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Obama to announce that up to 5 million out of status immigrants to become eligible for Deferred Action. 

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Believing there is Fraud around every corner is biasing our immigration system. Here is how we can fight it.

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Petitioner's with minor criminal records should now be eligible for I-601A Provisional Waivers for Unlawful Presence thanks to latest USCIS Memo on the topic. 

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This could be it. House Republicans are willing to legalize undocumented workers, but stop short of a pathway to citizenship. This is a position with a lot of support from the middle. It's a compromise that neither Left or Right will be happy with, which makes it perhaps the most likely bill to pass if one is to pass before the mid-term presidential elections. 
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