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Trump Creates Even More Barriers to Asylum-Seekers

Trump Creates Even More Barriers to Asylum-Seekers

Beginning today, September 23, 2020, asylum seekers are not allowed to bring their own interpreters if they speak one of 47 languages specified in the regulation.  Those languages include: Akan,…

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USCIS Defies U.S. Supreme Court Decision Re-instating DACA

USCIS Defies U.S. Supreme Court Decision Re-instat

On August 21, 2020, USCIS issued guidance to its officers to reject all initial DACA applications until USCIS decides to begin accepting applications in the future, accept DACA renewal requests…

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USCIS Delay in Issuing Work Permits and Green Cards

USCIS Delay in Issuing Work Permits and Green Card

In June, 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) significantly reduced its capacity to produce documents such as Legal Permanent Resident Cards (green cards) and Employment Authorization Documents (work permits). …

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Military Members Class Action Lawsuit over Naturalization

Military Members Class Action Lawsuit over Natural

On April 28, 2020, the ACLU filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of non-citizen military members whose applications for naturalization are being wrongfully denied.  The suit arose from a Department…

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USCIS Running out of Money

USCIS Running out of Money

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), the agency that processes applications for legal permanent residence (green cards), citizenship, and many other applications for immigration benefits says that without…

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Am I Eligible for Benefits under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act?

Am I Eligible for Benefits under the Coronavirus A

Because the CARES Act includes many different components, there are various answers to this question. First and perhaps most important to many families is whether they qualify for the recovery…

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Detained Immigration Courts Continue to Operate as Normal

Detained Immigration Courts Continue to Operate as

The Executive Office for Immigration Review has failed to enact any meaningful changes in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  While many other parts of the immigration system have made drastic…

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Department of Justice Creates “Denaturalization Section” to Strip Naturalized Immigrants of Citizenship

Department of Justice Creates “Denaturalization

On February 26, the DOJ announced the creation of an official section focused on taking away citizenship from naturalized citizens who allegedly obtained citizenship illegally. Previous administrations had only focused…

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