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.
One positive development from U.S. immigration is the extension of work permit validity for refugees and asylees announced on February 8th.
There is a new process for Afghan nationals as a result of the political fallout from the withdrawal of U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Most immigrants and their families have been in limbo waiting for progress with their cases. This does not seem to be changing anytime soon.
Marriage green cards have the additional challenge of convincing the government that the relationship is real.
As the Biden administration continues to learn the ropes of the government, no other department has been so difficult than immigration.