New Startup Helps Immigrants Find Good Lawyers, Simplifies US Red tape

Legal tech startup Formally, which aims to streamline the US immigration process, has raised $2,3 million in a preliminary round led by venture capital titan Bessemer Venture Partners, Insider reports. Formally, founded in 2018, officially helps immigrants and individuals…

Immigration after 40: stories of Russian-speakers who started a new life in America in adulthood

Immigration is not easy for any person: everything is new and new, and especially for those over 40. People who moved to the US at a mature age share their experiences, WE reports. These are the stories of those who were not afraid and risked moving to the States, despite ...

'Smart, honest, decent people are no longer needed in Russia': IT specialists and scientists are leaving the country

Young professionals, often working in technology, left Russia after its invasion of Ukraine, according to the WallStreetJournal. This has accelerated the exodus of business talent and further threatens the economy, which has been hit by Western sanctions. According to polls, economists and interviews with emigrants, from…

USCIS Automatically Renews Work Permits for Immigrants

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a temporary rule that extends the automatic renewal period for work permits and Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) to 540 days. This time extension will take effect on May 4, 2022…

Fraudsters in California issued hundreds of fictitious marriages for the sake of a green card

In Southern California, 11 residents were charged with running a large-scale marriage scam "agency" that orchestrated hundreds of fake marriages in an attempt to circumvent immigration laws. The KTLA edition told more about the fraud. Eight of the 11 defendants were arrested in California. First, they will face...

'They decided to destroy us': a Kharkiv woman told how a wounded woman with a child got out of the house after being hit by a rocket

Denis Cheredov's project "On duty in New York" interviewed Ukrainian Anfisa Prokofieva. The woman was wounded during the shelling in Kharkov, she barely escaped from Ukraine with her little daughter, survived surgery on her face in Germany and is now undergoing rehabilitation. To the house of the Prokofiev family...

Scientists: immigration can adversely affect the health of several generations

Over the past few years, health experts have expressed confidence that many seemingly non-medical factors - income, housing, education - can significantly affect human health. Professionals say that one of the health determinants that can influence ...

Immigration crisis: 220 illegal immigrants have crossed the US border since October

An estimated 220 illegal immigrants have evaded border patrol detention since October, a Department of Homeland Security official told FoxNews Feb. 000. And in months that are usually not so busy for crossing the border. The source said that about 23 "refugees" are known, then ...

An American moved to Bali and lives 'in luxury' on $2200 a month: what are the prices there

Olumide Gbenro, 33, left the US for Bali and is living a "life of luxury" on $2233 a month, CNBC reports. The 33-year-old entrepreneur grew up in Nigeria until he was six when his ministerial parents decided to move to London. Then seven years later...

US Immigration Courts Will Postpone Cases for Applicants Who Do Not Have Lawyers

All immigration hearings for those without a lawyer will be postponed, according to the EOIR website. This is due to the epidemiological situation in the United States. On January 10, due to the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, the EOIR decided to postpone the immigration hearings for persons who ...

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