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Judge Temporarily Blocks USCIS October Fee Increases

Judge Temporarily Blocks USCIS October Fee Increases

A federal judge has temporarily blocked USCIS fee increases that were scheduled to go into effect on October 2. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Servi...

October ICE Raids Planned in Sanctuary Cities

October ICE Raids Planned in Sanctuary Cities

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) under the direction of the Trump administration is planning a series of raids in October targeting U.S. citi...

Cómo Solicitar una Green Card para tus padres

Cómo Solicitar una Green Card para tus padres

La unidad familiar ha sido una de las principales metas de las políticas migratorias en los Estados Unidos. El titular de una Green Card puede solici...

Do I Qualify for Post Conviction Relief?

Do I Qualify for Post Conviction Relief?

A criminal conviction is a permanent stain that can hurt your reputation and your opportunities every time someone runs a background check on your nam...

Over 300,000 Immigrants Could Be Deported After TPS Ruling

Over 300,000 Immigrants Could Be Deported After TPS Ruling

TPS – Temporary Protected Status – is humanitarian relief to protect people who arrive in the U.S. after their country is declared protect...

DHS Resumes Wealth Test for Green Card Applicants

DHS Resumes Wealth Test for Green Card Applicants

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is resuming the implementing the Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds Final Rule nationwide. On Sep...

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