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On October 15, 2019 new rules go into effect regarding the admissibility of some immigrant and nonimmigrant applicants.  The Department of Homeland S...

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Last week, as students all around the world returned to school for a new year, it was reported that a college freshman from Lebanon was denied entry a...

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A recent announcement from the White House threatens to worsen conditions for detainees at the United States’ southern border by proposing a fundame...

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Nasreen Sheikh, a national of Nepal, visited our law firm in 2018 to secure a green card. We have since gotten to know her very well and have been...

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From the farm to the table, immigrants feed Americans. Many of the immigrants who grow, prepare, and serve our food also happen to be without lawful i...

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Immigration officials are becoming increasingly interested in foreign visitors’ social media accounts and online presence.  In 2017, the Trump a...

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In a departure from a previous plan, USCIS has announced that they will close all but seven international field offices by August 2020. Earlier this y...

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So, you’ve gone through the H-1B lottery system and won! Now you and your employer can work together happily ever after (or at least until your H-1B...

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With all of the uncertainty in the news lately regarding immigration in the United States, those with both temporary and permanent residence in the US...

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You’ve likely seen in the news this week that the Department of Homeland Security has announced official guidelines for how they will determine whet...

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The Trump administration recently announced a plan to discontinue two specific parole programs which offer protection and family reunification to Fili...

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While nearly all recent immigration news has pointed to extreme delays and unprecedented challenges with USCIS and the immigration system as a whole, ...