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USCIS Issuing EAD Cards and Advance Parole on Separate Documents

USCIS Issuing EAD Cards and Advance Parole on Sepa

For over a decade, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has generally issued advance parole (AP) on its employment authorization document (EAD) for qualifying applicants who are seeking adjustment…

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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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New Immigration Protections Offered to Citizens of Cameroon, Afghanistan, Ukraine, South Sudan, and Sudan Residing in the U.S.

New Immigration Protections Offered to Citizens of

New Immigration Protections Offered to Citizens of Cameroon, Afghanistan, Ukraine, South Sudan, and Sudan Residing in the U.S. By Luke Niermann – Associate Attorney In the last 6 weeks, the…

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EB-5 Regional Center Litigation 2022

EB-5 Regional Center Litigation 2022

EB-5 Regional Center Litigation 2022 Lawsuit Update 3-16-22 - Click here for more information. Lawsuit Update 3-10-22 - Click here for more information. Lawsuit Update 3-8-22 - Click here for…

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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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U.S. to Accept 100,000 Ukrainians

U.S. to Accept 100,000 Ukrainians

On Thursday, March 24, the White House announced “plans to welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s aggression through the full range of legal pathways, including the U.S. Refugee Admissions…

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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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IMMPact Litigation Immigration Litigation Update for March 22, 2022

IMMPact Litigation Immigration Litigation Update f

IMMPact Litigation Immigration Litigation Update for March 22, 2022 Today is about our upcoming EB-5 litigation and reporting on our pending DV2022 litigation, and the little updates we have on…

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