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TPS for Yemen

The message below is the Arabic translation of the Extension and Redesignation of Yemen for TPS stakeholder message that was delivered via GovDelivery on Dec. …

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Non-Precedent -AAO Represented by Michael Shabani

https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/err/D14%20-%20Application%20for%20U%20Nonimmigrant%20Status/Decisions_Issued_in_2022/DEC162022_02D14101.pdf

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Immigration Law is the most complicated

Immigration law is often described as one of the most complicated areas of practice in the United States. How can new and aspiring practitioners learn …

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H2-A filing process

DOL Publishes Round 4 FAQs on H-2A Application Filing and Processing Under Final Rule – Topics include how to file, timing considerations, multiple worksites, National Processing …

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Asylum Bars Rule

DHS, DOJ Further Delay Effective Date of Asylum Security Bars Rule – The rule would make noncitizens ineligible for asylum if, among other things, they were …

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CDC

CDC Announces New COVID-19 Testing Requirement for Air Passengers From China – Effective January 5, 2023, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will require a …

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TPS for Yemen

TPS for Yemen To Be Extended, Redesignated – The Department of Homeland Security plans to extend and redesignate Yemen for temporary protected status in a Federal Register …

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Title 42

Supreme Court Extends Temporary Stay of ‘Title 42– The Court plans to consider in late February 2023 whether the 19 states objecting to Title 42 have …

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Visa Bulletin

Visa Bulletin for January 2023 Reports on Availability in the Employment First Category for China and India, Unavailability of Religious Workers Category – Effective in January, employment …

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Migration to reform

Los Angeles Times/MSN: Immigration reform that Republicans can backAmid a burst of bipartisan collaboration, immigrant advocates are pushing for support for the Farm Workforce Modernization Act. …

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Threat to US economy

Forbes: Restrictive immigration policy continues to pose a threat to the U.S. economy Federal Reserve Board Chair Jerome Powell has stated that restrictions on immigration have …

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Mexican Borders

Texas Tribune: Immigration officials often hand over migrants to local authorities to avoid processing claimsOf the thousands of migrants arrested crossing the U.S.-Mexico border under …

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Refugees

National Catholic Reporter: Another year of ‘limbo on earth’ for immigrants, refugees, asylum-seekersA large number of active war zones globally has led to mass migration. …

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Sue Florida Officials

Border Report/AP: Groups sue Florida officials over migrant relocation programGov. Ron DeSantis and other Florida officials are being sued in federal court by immigrant advocates …

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Bipartisan/DACA

NBC News: Bipartisan duo makes last-minute push for an immigration dealSenator Kyrsten Sinema, a Democrat of Arizona, and Republican Thom Tillis of North Carolina have …

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Catholic challenge

Catholic Immigrations Challenge Angelus: Catholic immigrants challenge political idolatryA 2021 study showed that about a quarter of U.S. Catholic parishes serve at least one immigrant …

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