Immigration Minute 4-19-2021

Mario A. Godoy
Immigration Minute 4-19-2021

In our weekly series Immigration Minute, immigration attorney Mario Godoy gives you the week’s immigration news and updates in 1 minute. Mario shares this week’s immigration update on April 19, 2021.

Transcript

Welcome to the Immigration Minute with Godoy Law Office, where we give you the recent immigration updates in one minute.

This week we cover the border crisis, new CBP guidance regarding returning Green Card holders with expired Green Cards and a new lawsuit against the Biden administration.

The immigrant children border crisis continues. The number of children in Health and Human Services custody has grown more than 65% between March and April reaching a number of 19,000 children in custody.

Last week CBP issued guidance on the current boarding policy for Green Card holders attempting to reenter the United States with expired Green Cards.

The Biden Administration was also sued over Coronavirus visa restrictions for certain countries. It was initiated under the Trump administration, and basically the lawsuit says that the President may prohibit who enters the United States but it should not prohibit the issuance of new visas to individuals that otherwise qualify.

Now please feel free to call us with your immigration questions, our office is committed to protecting your American Dream.

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If you have need assistance with your immigration case or have questions about your immigration status, we can schedule an evaluation or attorney consultation to review your situation. Contact Godoy Law Office at 630-912-0322, our skilled immigration lawyers in Chicago, Lombard and Oak Brook can answer any questions about immigration and guide you through every step of the process. 

Godoy Law Office serves the entire Chicago, Illinois area including DuPage, Cook, Kane, Will, and Lake Counties. 

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