Monthly Archives: December 2010
The Farr Group would like to wish everyone and their families a Happy New Year!
The Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division stated “The Immigration and Nationality Act’s (INA) anti-discrimination provision protects all authorized workers from unfair documentary requests during the Form I-9 process. The Justice Department is committed to stopping workplace discrimination … Continue reading
Many Legal Permanent Residents, or green card holders, believe they can live abroad and simply return to the U.S. once a year for a few weeks to maintain their U.S. residency. Unfortunately, it is not that easy and many residents … Continue reading
The Farr Group would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season. We would also like to thank those who have made our progress possible! Sincerely, The Farr Group
A Honolulu socialite and son of a former Philippine diplomat plead guilty to 37 counts of first- and second-degree theft, forgery and money laundering for embezzling $300,000 from a Hawaiian law firm when he was its office manager. Nigel Salmingo, … Continue reading
Bellevue Hospital Center provides care for victims from around the world, regardless of their ability to pay. Dr. Allen Keller, who founded the program in 1995, states, “The individuals who come to us are among the most traumatized and brutalized … Continue reading
As of the last count on 12/17/2010 the Cap Count is as follows: H-1B Regular Cap = 53,900 of 65,000 H-1B Master’s Exemption Cap = 19,700 of 20,000 Cap numbers reflect the number of petitions that USCIS has accepted for … Continue reading
Here’s the story of 4 year-old Carlos Jamison Moser, one many undocumented children separated from their parents. In May 2007, federal immigration agents raided the poultry processing plant where Encarnacion Bail Romero was working. Rather than removing her back to … Continue reading
The DREAM Act was scheduled to go before the Senate today but Senate Democrats conceded they do not have the votes needed to pass the bill and voted to pull the measure from consideration.
However, the bill still needs to go before the Senate. The Senate plans to vote today but as mentioned in yesterday’s blog post the outcome is uncertain as some Democrats are predicted to defect thus requiring Republican votes. The last … Continue reading