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The new public charge rule, which has been in the works since October 2018, is officially set to go into effect on February 24, 2020 in all US states ...

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The U.S. government has taken unprecedented steps related to travel in order to combat the growing public health threat posed by the 2019 Novel Corona...

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USCIS has announced that the proposed new H-1B registration system will take effect on March 1, 2020. The new system will save employers time and mone...

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A federal judge has issued another nationwide injunction on a policy proposal that would make it more difficult for certain individuals to overstay te...

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As one of the most highly-revered positions in the judicial system, judges dedicate their lives to upholding the foundational principles of the United...

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At the end of 2019, USCIS announced plans to drastically increase filing fees for all applications. The plan, originally announced on November 14, 201...

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We’ve been following developments in the Trump administration’s proposed “public charge” rule since August 2019. The policy, which would drama...

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The Department of State has issued a new policy alert asserting that pregnant women who seek to enter the US on a B1/B2 visa (for visiting friends or ...

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A San Diego federal judge ruled last week that asylum-seekers who have expressed fear about being returned to Mexico must have access to an attorney b...

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USCIS has issued a new policy alert regarding best practice for completing the I-918, Petition for U Nonimmigrant Status. The alert states that USCIS ...

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Despite an ongoing lawsuit and official directives restricting the practice, new reports show that Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents have co...

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A federal judge in New York denied motions to lift an injunction blocking the Trump administration’s upcoming public charge rule in January 2020, th...