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Immigrant's Weekly April 4, 2005
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Vietnamese, Cambodian, And Laos Parolees Eligible For Green Card

The USCIS announced two significant changes to the management of the Indochinese Parolee Adjustment Program: the elimination of both the three-year filing period window and the adjustment cap. These changes will allow eligible Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Laos parolees to apply for a green card and not remain in limbo. For more details including how to apply, see here.

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USCIS Civics Flash Cards
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Military Service
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Dear Editor:
I would like to know if there are some news about the Philadelphia Backlog Processing Center for Labor Certifications. Ms. Yardum-Hunter's article (3/14/05 IW) tells some good news for a lot of applications but nothing about unsolved Labor Certifications that were moved there since the end of last year.

Cecilia

Dear Editor:
In the immigraton backlog data provided by USCIS, there is no mention of form ETA 750 (3/28/05 IW comment). There has hardly been progress in that area. For those whose forms were about to be approved by the Regional office, but now being transferred to Backlog Processing Centers, it would appear to regress.

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Editor's Note: ETA form 750 is processed by the Department of Labor and not USCIS.


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