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The ICE PD Roller Coaster Continues

The ICE PD Roller Coaster Continues

In August of 2021, we published a post titled ICE’s Prosecutorial Discretion Roller Coaster detailing Department of Homeland Security (DHS) attempts to implement interim enforcement priorities and a federal court…

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LexisNexis faces increased backlash over providing information to ICE

LexisNexis faces increased backlash over providing

Over this past weekend, Mijente and the Colorado Immigrants Rights Coalition held a demonstration at the American Association of Law Libraries Conference in Denver, Colorado. [1] The advocacy groups wanted…

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Worker Without Status Wins Lawsuit Against Employer

Worker Without Status Wins Lawsuit Against Employe

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), all workers regardless of their immigration status are entitled to their rights under established national labor standards, such as minimum wage, overtime pay,…

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USCIS Rolling out Premium Processing Available for EB-1/EB-2

USCIS Rolling out Premium Processing Available for

Following up on their previous announcement regarding the expansion of premium processing, USCIS has just announced that certain previously filed petitions will be eligible for premium processing in the coming…

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Disparate Treatment in Immigration

Disparate Treatment in Immigration

On February 24, 2022, Russia invaded the country of Ukraine, endangering the lives of hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian citizens. One week later, on March 3, 2022, Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas…

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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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Immigration Court Hearing Changes Continue

Immigration Court Hearing Changes Continue

On January 28, 2021, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR or the “Immigration Court”) announced that it will continue to postpone non-detained hearings without a lawyer through February 7,…

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