Contributed by Melanie Corrin, Senior Attorney
It is no secret that the weather across the United States over the 2013-2014 Winter has been extreme, but what is the effect on immigration cases? Immigration Courts nationwide have closed a total of thirteen times since the beginning of the year and Citizenship & Immigration Services offices nationwide have closed thirty times this year. With Courts facing a shortage of judges and support staff due to budgetary constraints and adjudication times increasing at the Citizenship & Immigration Service, one cannot help but wonder if these additional closures will further delay the processing of cases. Joseph & Hall P.C. closely monitors pending cases and can discuss this, or any other potential issue with you at any time. Please feel free to contact us.
Contributed by Kim Tremblay, Associate Attorney and Zalifata Gambor, Receptionist On March 3, 2014 DHS announced that it was extending Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) for Haitians in the United States. …
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