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    DACA is Back (For Now)!

    29 July, 2020

    DACA is Back (For Now)! Let us also talk Advance Parole for International Travel As of July 17, 2020, the court ordered reinstatement of DACA. This means that we may now file INITIAL DACA applications, and potentially advance parole for existing DACA holders. This is truly exciting news, and potentially life changing to many new […]

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    Noticias de Inmigración

    5 June, 2020

    Tambien, puede leer estas noticias en Espanol! Noticias sobre Inmigración que puede usar— Junio 2020 KUCK BAXTER IMMIGRATION JUNIO 1, 2020 NOTICIAS DE INMIGRACIÓN USCIS Reabre el 4 de Junio, 2020 y Reinicia el Procesamiento Premium! Aquí están las noticias detalladas de esta semana: La Proclamación de Trump limita a estudiantes e investigadores chinos en […]

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    IMMIGRATION NEWS

    5 June, 2020

    USCIS is reopen as of June 4, 2020. What does that mean. We all know that USCIS did not cease operations three months ago. It simply stopped doing interviews at its local offices and taking fingerprints at its application support centers (and of course, it stopping swearing in new citizens). All of those activities restart, […]

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    IMMIGRATION NEWS

    6 May, 2020

    A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled the Trump administration cannot withhold millions of dollars in funding from so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. The ruling stems from a 2017 lawsuit filed by the city of Chicago against the Trump administration. On Wednesday, President Trump said he might withhold coronavirus […]

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    Bipartisan Proposal in Senate to offer permanent residence to Physicians and Nurses

    4 May, 2020

    A bipartisan group of senators has sponsored a new bill to allocate 40,000 green cards for the immigration of physicians and nurses who can assist in treating patients with COVID-19. This program would reclaim unused green cards from previous years’ quotas to enable physicians, nurses, and their immediate family members to immigrate permanently to the […]

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    COVID-19 UPDATE

    26 March, 2020

    COVID-19 UPDATE: COVID-19 Update – COVID-19 Update: USCIS Suspends Most In-Person Services, U.S. North/South Borders Closed to Nonessential Traffic, Other Developments – As many know by now, the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), which causes the disease COVID-19, is now a pandemic threatening populations worldwide. With respect to its effects on employment-based immigration, foreign students, and cross-border […]

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    IMMIGRATION NEWS

    26 March, 2020

    Here is the Immigration News You NEED to Know Now IMMIGRATION NEWS IN BRIEF: COVID-19 Update – USCIS Suspends Most In-Person Services, U.S. North/South Borders Closed to Nonessential Traffic, Other Developments – This article presents a few highlights of developments in the short term for the fast-evolving COVID-19 pandemic. Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers Calls […]

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    Immigration News You NEED to Know Now

    13 September, 2019

    Here is the Immigration News You NEED to Know Now IMMIGRATION NEWS IN BRIEF: USCIS Changes Direct Filing Addresses for Certain Nonimmigrant Worker Petitions – USCIS has changed the direct filing addresses for certain petitioners filing Form I-129, Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker, as of September 1, 2019. Ninth Circuit Dismisses Challenge to Denial of […]

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    KTVZ News: Legislation to provide driver’s licenses to Oregon’s undocumented residents reaches the governor’s desk

    2 July, 2019

    Gov. Kate Brown is likely to endorse HB 2015, which would provide driver’s licenses to all state residents. Link to Article

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    The Washington Post: The administration’s immigration crackdown has led to less undocumented victims of abuse stepping forward

    2 July, 2019

    Archi Pyati, with the Tahirih Justice Center, said: “What we’ve seen is women who are victims of violence, who could qualify for a protective order or who could be a valuable witness in an abuse case, being increasingly afraid of stepping forward.” Link to Article

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