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USCIS Cancels Furloughs for Now but Expect Even Longer Wait Times

USCIS Cancels Furloughs for Now but Expect Even Lo

After weeks of threatening to furlough 70% of its staff at the end of August unless it received a $1.2 billion Congressional bailout, USCIS announced yesterday that the agency is…

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Recent Tenth Circuit Decisions Could Significantly Alter Eligibility for Ten-Year Cancellation of Removal

Recent Tenth Circuit Decisions Could Significantly

Ten-year Cancellation of Removal is a form of immigration relief available to someone who is undocumented and meets certain eligibility requirements including having accrued 10 years’ continuous physical presence in the…

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Changes in Regulations Affecting Work Permits for Asylum Seekers Could Result in $255.88 million to $774.46 million in Lost Wages Annually.

Changes in Regulations Affecting Work Permits for

Following its notice of proposed rulemaking issued last September, USCIS announced on June 19, 2020 that it would adopt its proposed regulations affecting the approval of initial work permit applications…

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U.S. Government Expands Travel Restrictions on Foreigners Seeking to Visit the U.S.

U.S. Government Expands Travel Restrictions on For

Citing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, Trump issued his Proclamation on Suspension of Entry as Immigrants and Nonimmigrants of Certain Additional Persons Who Pose a Risk of Transmitting Novel…

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BIA Issues Decision Making it More Difficult for People to Prove Necessary Hardship to Win 10-year Cancellation of Removal

BIA Issues Decision Making it More Difficult for P

We often receive calls from individuals seeking to understand if they are eligible for a special form of immigration relief called Ten-year cancellation of removal. Ten-year Cancellation of Removal is…

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Third Circuit joins a growing number of circuit courts around the country to hold that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may no longer rely on a subsequent Notice of Hearing to cure a defective Notice to Appear.

Third Circuit joins a growing number of circuit co

On February 26, 2020, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals issued its decision in Guadalupe v. Attorney General of the United States, a case Petitioner brought seeking termination of his…

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Class-action Lawsuit for Government to Provide Free Mental Health Treatment for Families that were Separated

Class-action Lawsuit for Government to Provide Fre

Earlier this month, a federal district court judge in California ordered the federal government to provide free mental health screenings and treatment for parents and children who were traumatized after…

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