Immigration Minute 6-1-2021

Mario A. Godoy
Immigration Minute 6-1-2021

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 June 1, 2021.

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

DHS announced that beginning May 21, 2021, U.S. citizens will be able to return to the United States on an expired U.S. passport through December 31, 2021, if the traveler meets certain requirements.

Secretary of Homeland Security announced a new 18-month designation of Haiti for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), enabling Haitian nationals and individuals without nationality who are currently residing in the United States as of May 21, 2021, to file initial applications for TPS as long as they meet eligibility requirements.

The State Department just helped make it a bit easier for US citizens who used reproductive technology, including same sex marriage, to confer US citizenship to his or her child born while abroad. Under the new interpretation, children born abroad to married parents may be entitled to birthright citizenship as long as one parent is a US citizen and the child is related either genetically or gestationally to one parent.

Please feel free to call us with your immigration questions. Our office is committed to protecting your American Dream.

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