Immigration Law News


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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COVID-19 Immigration Updates

May

28

COVID-19 Immigration Updates

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that they will begin to gradually reopen their local offices in the U.S. beginning on or after ...

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What is a VAWA Self Petition?

May

19

What is a VAWA Self Petition?

When applying for the United States permanent residency under VAWA (Violence Against Women Act), aside from USCIS Form I-360, you also have to submit evidence that you meet ...

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Trump Suspends Immigration: What you need to know

Apr

28

Trump Suspends Immigration: What you need to know

President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Wednesday (April 22, 2020) that temporarily blocks some individuals outside the United States from obtaining US permanent ...

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Should I File I-751 With a Waiver of Joint Filing or File VAWA I-360?

Apr

28

Should I File I-751 With a Waiver of Joint Filing or File VAWA I-360?

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) enables domestic violence victims (and their children) to self-petition for a green card by filing Form I-360, Petition for Amerasian, ...

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About DACA and DREAMers

Feb

28

About DACA and DREAMers

On June 15th, 2012, the Department of Homeland Security created the (DACA). It’s an exercise of prosecutorial discretion that provides temporary relief from deportation. ...

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