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About Oscine Michael Howard

Mr. Oscine Michael Howard is President and CEO of uscispassportvisa LLC and the President and Managing Partner of uscispassportvisa.com Professional Corporation, an immigration law firm in North Carolina, USA that he founded in 1997.

Mr. Oscine Michael Howard is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section, American Lawyers Association, and Associate Member of the American Bar Association.

Mr. Oscine Michael Howard media interviews and appearances in both Canada and the US include The Boston Globe, New York Daily News, CTV, Global News, The Globe and Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and CBC. He also has published articles on immigration related topics including RealClearMarkets and is a contributor to the Huffington Post.

Mr. Oscine Michael Howard is considered an industry leader, a professional businessman, a team coach and organizer with very strong entrepreneurial skills. Under his leadership, uscispassportsvisa has become an award winning and leading immigration/visa service/passport law firm in North Carolina, as well as one of the largest immigration law firms in USA. Uscispassportsvisa.com is the recipient of the “Top Choice Awards” for the Top Immigration Law Firm in Toronto and North Carolina from 2010 through to 2017 as well as many other global immigration awards. The law firm has successfully processed many millions of visa applications and passport services.

Email: info@orgnanicdocuments.com

As CEO of orgnanicdocuments.com, Mr. Oscine Michael Howard has assembled a highly talented US and Canadian based team to roll out customized immigration client acquisition and distribution technology to service immigration solution providers world-wide.

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WASHINGTON — President Trump plans to cap the number of refugees that can be resettled in the United States next year at 30,000, his administration announced on Monday, further cutting an already drastically scaled-back program that offers protection to foreigners fleeing violence and persecution.

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By John Powell |Sept. 17, 2018

UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'

The Migration Advisory Committee says these workers make a more positive contribution to the public finances. It suggests EU workers should be subject to the same visa rules as other migrants. But it notes the UK might offer them special status under a Brexit deal. The government has said it will "carefully consider" the committee's proposals.

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