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The US Economy And 455,000 Us Families Set To Benefit From The Parole-In-Place Program
Jul 09

The US Economy And 455,000 US Families Set To Benefit From The Parole-In-Place Program

Biden’s administration rolled out a new plan on June 18 that lets some spouses of United States citizens get a special visa from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This...
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The Biden Administration Has Advanced Deportation Relief To 309,000 Haitians
Jul 05

The Biden Administration Has Advanced Deportation Relief To 309,000 Haitians

The Biden team plans to help over 309,000 Haitians already in the United States by letting them stay and work longer with deportation protections and work visas. The US Department...
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CBP To Pay Over $1.5 Million For Illegally Detaining Two Young US Citizens
Jun 28

CBP To Pay Over $1.5 Million For Illegally Detaining Two Young US Citizens

The US Customs and Border Protection agency has been ordered to compensate a family over $1.5 million. This follows a decision by a federal judge that officers wrongly held a...
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Trump Proposes Giving Automatic Green Cards to Foreign Grads of U.S. Colleges 
Jun 27

Trump Proposes Giving Automatic Green Cards to Foreign Grads of U.S. Colleges 

In a stunning turn of events, former President Donald Trump has proposed a new immigration policy that might greatly impact the future of many overseas students studying in the United...
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Border Encounters 25% Decrease Following New Asylum Restrictions, CBP Reports
Jun 26

Border Encounters 25% Decrease Following New Asylum Restrictions, CBP Reports

Washington D.C. - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has reported a significant decrease in border encounters following the implementation of new asylum restrictions by the Biden administration earlier this...
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Increment On Fees for H-1B and L-1B Visa Extensions—DHS
Jun 25

Increment On Fees for H-1B and L-1B Visa Extensions—DHS

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is expected to implement a new H-1B extension fee for employers of skilled international workers on the H-1B visa. The proposed new rule...
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Supreme Court Approves Two-Step Notice for Deportation Proceedings
Jun 15

Supreme Court Approves Two-Step Notice for Deportation Proceedings

On Friday, the US Supreme Court issued a ruling regarding the notification process used by the federal government for most immigration cases. In a 5-4 decision penned by Justice Samuel...
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The White House is Preparing a Broad Executive Order on Immigration Policy.
Jun 05

The White House is Preparing a Broad Executive Order on Immigration Policy.

It is expected that US President Joe Biden will issue a new executive order that seeks to cut back migrant arrivals at the US-Mexico border. This is to curb a...
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Biden’s New Rule to Allow DACA Recipients Enroll in Obamacare
May 07

Biden’s New Rule to Allow DACA Recipients Enroll in Obamacare

On Friday, the Biden administration solidified a rule to broaden healthcare coverage for immigrants who arrived in the US as children and are protected from deportation under the Deferred Action...
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Improved Protection For Victims Of Trafficking Under The New Rules For T- Visa Program
May 01

Improved Protection For Victims Of Trafficking Under The New Rules For T- Visa Program

The DHS and USCIS announced a final rule that aims to improve the T nonimmigrant visa (T-visa) program for victims of trafficking in human beings (human trafficking). The new rule...
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Brazil Postpones Visa Requirements for American Travelers Until 2025
Apr 30

Brazil Postpones Visa Requirements for American Travelers Until 2025

The Brazilian government initially planned to implement a visa requirement for US citizens visiting Brazil on October 1, 2023. This deadline was then pushed back to January 10, 2024, and...
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Apr 24

The USCIS Is Set To Open New International Field Offices In Qatar And Turkey

The USCIS will open its Doha, Qatar, field office on May 7, 2024, and its Ankara, Turkey, field office on May 9, 2024. Both field offices will be “Refugee Processing...
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