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Supreme Court Pauses Border Wall Arguments

Supreme Court Pauses Border Wall Arguments

The Supreme Court canceled scheduled oral arguments to hear cases on funding former President Trump’s border wall and Trump administration asylu...

What is a Statutory Suspension?

What is a Statutory Suspension?

A statutory summary suspension is taken by the Secretary of State on someone’s Illinois driving privileges if they are arrested for driving u...

Immigration Minute 2-8-2021

Immigration Minute 2-8-2021

With the presidential elections and the new administration taking office in January, immigration law is rapidly changing. In our new weekly series Imm...

New Task Force to Address Migrant Children Separated From Parents

New Task Force to Address Migrant Children Separated From Parents

On February 2, 2021, President Biden signed executive orders to create a new task force to reunify families. The Family Reunification Task Force is l...

Biden Signs Executive Order to Review Migrant Protection Protocols

Biden Signs Executive Order to Review Migrant Protection Protocols

The Migrant Protection Protocols program instituted under the Trump administration forced migrants seeking asylum to wait in Mexican border cities whi...

New Executive Order Calls for Review Of the Public Charge Rule

New Executive Order Calls for Review Of the Public Charge Rule

President Bident signed an executive order on February 2 calling for a review of the public charge rule implemented by the Trump administration. The p...

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