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USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Cards

USCIS Increases Auto-Extension Period for EAD Card

With a new rule effective May 4, 2022, USCIS has announced that the automatic extension period for employment authorization documents (EADs) will increase from 180 to 540 days. The issuance of this…

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Asylum Cases Referred to Immigration Court Too Often

Asylum Cases Referred to Immigration Court Too Oft

In order to obtain asylum, an individual in the United States can apply affirmatively before the Asylum Office (“the AO”). The AO will interview the applicant to assess their asylum…

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Deferred Action and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Deferred Action and Special Immigrant Juvenile Sta

On March 7, 2022, USCIS announced a new policy directed at young individuals who have been granted special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS) but are not yet eligible to apply for…

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Updated Policy Guidance on VAWA Self-Petitions

Updated Policy Guidance on VAWA Self-Petitions

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced several policy changes regarding self-petitions under the Violence Against Women Act. Known as “VAWA,” this law was passed by Congress in…

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New USCIS Guidance on Expedite Requests

New USCIS Guidance on Expedite Requests

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released expanded guidance on the criteria used for evaluating expedite requests.  In the newly expanded guidance, the agency reiterates that expedite requests…

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The Effects of Slowed Immigration under COVID-19

The Effects of Slowed Immigration under COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic, unlawful presidential policies (both previous and current), and unprecedented processing delays, the amount of new immigrants entering the United States has dropped precipitously. According to the…

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Consular Interview Requirement Waived for Select Immigrant Visa Applicants

Consular Interview Requirement Waived for Select I

The Department of State announced on December 13, 2021, that immigrant visa applicants who were issued a visa on or after August 4, 2019, but were unable to travel to…

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FOIA Results: Failure to Prosecute Cases Show Continuing Disfunction in Immigration Courts

FOIA Results: Failure to Prosecute Cases Show Cont

Over 32,000 cases closed for DHS failure to file charging document by date of initial hearing On December 21, 2018, former EOIR Director James McHenry published PM 19-08, “Acceptance of…

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