Monday, September 10, 2007

Reviving immigration reform in the U.S.

The U.S. Congress, particularly the House of Representatives has revived the debates on immigration issues in the U.S. through the STRIVE Act. The Subcommittee on Immigration held its hearing on the proposed bill last Sept. 6.

I've been trying to find out if anything significant came out from that first hearing, but have found little news so far. It's still too early to tell what will come out of this new effort to put in place a new US immigration law but I'll keep this site updated on news about the proposal when they become available.

Some links to stories:
Statesman Journal
OC Register

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Anonymous said...

Hey Geoff, the October visa bulletin is already out. Retro pa din.

Hoping said...

Geoff kung di pwede chatbox, what about shoutbox? Para dun na lang post ang mga comments and other people could help you in answering concerns, napaka tideous pag marami nagtatanong.

Geoff said...

Hoping, you're right. Reading becomes tedious if there are so many posts. I'll consider your suggestion. In the meantime, I would encourage everyone to use the QT forum to post questions as well.

You can access it here.

hoping said...

Hi again Geoff, should you decide to put a shoutbox on this site try this

Anonymous said...

my scedule for registration is nov 7 but i wasn't able to come. when is the reschedule?im from nueva ecija and it wudn't be practical if i go to prc manila then they won't entertain me bcoz i wasn't able to come during my sched.tnx

Geoff said...

You'll have to call the PRC directly to ask about your situation.

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