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Immigrant's Weekly September 11, 2006
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Gov. Schwarzenegger On Immigration

California Governor Schwarzenegger's recent op-ed offers advice and his perspective on the immigration debate. See here for the op-ed.

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In my opinion, paying a 1,000 dollars for "premium processing" is just a waste of money. Why would anybody require "premium processing" for EB3 professionals or skilled workers when this applications usually takes about 2-4 weeks to process and even if you process it in two weeks the backlog for EB3 is way behind, a month difference wouldn't be significant. Why donít they do "premium processing" for I-485? In my opinion all applications should be premium processed because they are being paid for. That would make a lot more sense.

Alejandro Garci


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