This special “Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals” immigration program what Texas Gov. Rick Perry called a “slap in the face to the rule of law” went into effect last week on Aug. 15, 2012, and many young undocumented immigrants are expected to benefit from the discretionary adjudication program including employment authorization (work permit) in the next 2 years. Today, Gov. Perry publicized his advice to the state agencies that “Texas' policies on persons in the country illegally remain unchanged.”
Read more: Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals Not Well Received By Texas Governor
USCIS has just released its latest EB-5 statistics provided for a 5/1/12 stakeholder engagement, including information on service-wide receipts, approvals, and denials of I-526s and I-829s, as well as the number of approved EB-5 Regional Centers by fiscal year and I-924 receipts, approvals, and denials by fiscal year.
Read more: Latest Statistics on EB-5 Including Regional Centers by USCIS as of May 1, 2012