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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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A Step in the Right Direction for Deported Veterans

A Step in the Right Direction for Deported Veteran

The widely reported issue of deported veterans has finally seen some movement in the right direction.  As activists, attorneys, and service members have stated, there is a substantial amount of…

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Changes to EAD Processes for Certain Nonimmigrant Spouses

Changes to EAD Processes for Certain Nonimmigrant

On November 10, 2021, the American Immigration Lawyers Association announced that their case, Shergill et al. v. Mayorkas, had resulted in a settlement with USCIS. The case involved spouses of…

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Options for Vulnerable Afghans Seeking to Evacuate Afghanistan

Options for Vulnerable Afghans Seeking to Evacuate

With the ongoing instability and crisis in Afghanistan, many individuals at risk in Afghanistan are seeking to evacuate the country. Depending on the individual’s particular circumstances there may be several…

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USCIS to Begin Requiring COVID-19 Vaccination

USCIS to Begin Requiring COVID-19 Vaccination

On September 14, 2021, USCIS announced that immigrant applicants would be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for approval of their Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination…

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COVID Vaccines Required for Green Card Applicants Starting October 1, 2021

COVID Vaccines Required for Green Card Applicants

On August 17, 2021, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that the United States will begin requiring applicants for lawful permanent residence (“green card applicants”) to…

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USCIS’s Rush to Approve Green Cards by September 30

USCIS’s Rush to Approve Green Cards by September

In immigration laws, there is a certain number of green cards or immigrant visas that may be issued each year, which are further broken down by the country of origin…

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