Immigration Now: Understanding the New Advance Travel Authorization Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans and Venezuelans
DHS announced new processes through which nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela, may request to legally enter and remain in the US.
It's possible to receive a green card from a step-parent whether or not the child was born out of wedlock.
This new program allows Venezuelans and their immediate family to come, live and work legally in the U.S. for up to two years at a time.
USCIS released a notice about a significant concession to the requirements that allow certain Cubans to qualify for legal permanent residency
It is expected that a massive influx of cases will be coming as a result of the announcement from the CDC to end the Title 42 protocol.
When I am advising clients in a deportation case, we always talk about the “What ifs” following deportation.
If a Venezuelan has previously lived in Colombia and attempts to illegally enter the U.S., they will be automatically deported to Colombia.