Immigration Law News


Proclamation 10052 Summary: How New Proclamation Affects Immigrants and Nonimmigrants

Jul

25

Proclamation 10052 Summary: How New Proclamation Affects Immigrants and Nonimmigrants

Due to the overall ambiguity and inconsistency of specific provisions, we have received many questions regarding Proclamation 10052. Here are our answers to some of the most ...

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I-601 VS I-601A Waiver: What is the Difference?

Jul

25

I-601 VS I-601A Waiver: What is the Difference?

The main difference in the correlation I-601 VS I-601A waiver is that the I-601A only waives unlawful presence. This means that unlawful presence needs to be the only ground ...

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Working While Waiting for Your Green Card

Jul

24

Working While Waiting for Your Green Card

To work for a U.S. employer while you are waiting for your marriage-based green card application (Form I-485), you need to obtain a work permit.

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Proclamation 10014 Explained: What Does it Mean for Alien Workers?

Jul

24

Proclamation 10014 Explained: What Does it Mean for Alien Workers?

Proclamation 10014 became effective on Thursday, April 23, 2020, at 11:59 PM (ET), and it terminates 60 days after its effective date. However, the Secretary of Homeland ...

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Can Asylum Seekers Still Get a Work Permit in the United States?

Jul

12

Can Asylum Seekers Still Get a Work Permit in the United States?

Since two recent announcements can make it much harder for asylum seekers to obtain work permit in the United States, they require immediate action. In this post, we will ...

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Can U.S. Asylee Travel Abroad Without the Refugee Travel Document?

Jun

23

Can U.S. Asylee Travel Abroad Without the Refugee Travel Document?

Any travel outside the United States by refugees and asylees needs to be carefully analyzed. Asylees and derivative asylees may not travel outside the United States unless ...

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