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Changes in Regulations Affecting Work Permits for Asylum Seekers Could Result in $255.88 million to $774.46 million in Lost Wages Annually.

Changes in Regulations Affecting Work Permits for

Following its notice of proposed rulemaking issued last September, USCIS announced on June 19, 2020 that it would adopt its proposed regulations affecting the approval of initial work permit applications…

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Supreme Court Blocks Trump’s Asylum Restrictions

Supreme Court Blocks Trump’s Asylum Restrictions

Before the midterm elections, President Trump spoke continuously on the group of migrants coming from Central America toward the U.S.-Mexico border. On November 8 the Trump administration issued a proclamation…

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Is Asylum an Option for You?

Is Asylum an Option for You?

When an immigrant first steps foot in the United States, it can be a frightening experience. However, coming to the U.S. may have seemed pretty easy compared to the circumstances…

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Trump Administration Ends TPS For El Salvador

Trump Administration Ends TPS For El Salvador

On January 8, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) announced that it is ending the designation of Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) for El Salvador. Nationwide, there are approximately 263,…

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