Sequretek Inc. et al. v. Renaud et al., case number 2:20-cv-05462, in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey We are delighted
There is a lot of talk about changes in immigration policy. Some lawmakers have continued to push the issue that involves the fates of millions
House Representative Linda Sanchez (D-Calif) and Senator Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), sponsored and introduced the United States Citizenship Act last February 18, 2021. The New Immigration
INTRODUCTION Are you someone who often travels to the US and carries a lot of money with you and wishing to open a bank account?
All you need to know about immigration notice of referral. Sotero Mejia Romero, a native and citizen of Guatemala, has challenged the jurisdiction of an
Are you an aspiring artist who genuinely believes that a promising career awaits you in the United States? The thought of touring your dream country,
Whether you will get a conditional green card before legal permanent residence status depends on the period of your marriage; if your marriage is less
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Merrick B. Garland reversed on Wednesday Trump-era immigration rulings that had made it all but impossible for people to seek asylum in the United States over credible fears of domestic abuse or gang violence, marking one of the Justice Department’s most significant breaks with the previous administration.
WaPo: As of May 31, nearly 9,000 children were kept at unlicensed sites, compared with 7,200 at licensed shelters, court filings by the U.S. government said. While the unlicensed facilities were running at near capacity in May, the licensed facilities were only about half full, according to a report filed by the agency tasked with the children’s care.
WaPo: U.S. Customs and Border Protection apprehension numbers for May released recently show the share of families — about 20 percent — being expelled under Title 42 continued to decline. Although the overall number of families reaching the Southwest border declined as well, the data shows that eight out of 10 families that Border Patrol encountered were released into the country and allowed to pursue immigration cases.
WASHINGTON, June 14 (Reuters) – A new U.S. immigration policy announced on Monday will expand access to work permits and deportation relief to some immigrants who are crime victims while their visa cases are pending.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will create a process that could allow tens of thousands of applicants for U visas to receive work permits if their claims are deemed to be made in good faith and without the intention of defrauding the immigration system, the agency said.
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