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USCIS Ombudsman’s Office 2022 Annual Report Issued

USCIS Ombudsman’s Office 2022 Annual Report Issu

This month, the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman, an oversight entity created by Congress over U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, issued its annual report to Congress regarding…

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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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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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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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New Plan Proposed to Reshape Certain Asylum Processing Procedures

New Plan Proposed to Reshape Certain Asylum Proces

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security along with the Department of Justice published a proposed rule aimed, in part, at speeding up the processing of asylum claims by individuals encountered…

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The Return of MPP?

The Return of MPP?

In January 2019, the Department of Homeland Security began the implementation of a program called Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP). This program would soon become known as the “Remain in Mexico”…

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Trump Creates Even More Barriers to Asylum-Seekers

Trump Creates Even More Barriers to Asylum-Seekers

Beginning today, September 23, 2020, asylum seekers are not allowed to bring their own interpreters if they speak one of 47 languages specified in the regulation.  Those languages include: Akan,…

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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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