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It Will Be Harder To Get 237(a)(1)(H) Fraud Waiver After BIA Decision

01 November 2022

Some people believe that the easiest way to get a green card in the United States is through marriage to a US citizen. In reality, this is not the case. Why? It is so because if one does not have enough evidence, or made some mistakes during the process, if the marriage falls apart in the process, a person may be accused of marriage fraud with v ...

The US Government Should Not Waste This Opportunity To Codify The DACA

27 October 2022

Ever since President Obama created the DACA in the 4th year of his presidency, opposition had tried to take it down at every step. Now over 10 years old, the opinion-splitting policy is once again in the spotlight. After a federal judge in the state of Texas ruled that the program was unconstitutional, a court of appeals upheld the decision. Ar ...

Over 63,000 DHS Cases Thrown Out Of Immigration Court This Year

27 October 2022

What happened? Why did Immigration courts dismissed more than 60000 immigration cases this year? When a person is placed in removal proceedings, a notice to appear is issued. Many receive such notices when they ask for asylum at the border of the United States for example, or after an asylum interview if they are referred to immigration court. ...

New Immigration Policy Leaves Traveling Venezuelans Stranded And Uncertain

18 October 2022

  Since the start of the Venezuelan crisis, the United States accepted hundred of thousands of Venezuelan refugees. In fact, according the most recent USCIS Asylum filing and processing data, Venezuelans are leading the numbers of the most recently filed asylum cases with about 25% of all cases filed. Most newly arrived Venezuelans would come th ...

Granting Refugee Status And Asylum For Those Refusing To Join Armed Conflict

11 October 2022

New developments from the Kremlin concerning the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine have once again raised concerns about international refugee status for Russian conscripts in the ongoing conflict. On September 21, President Putin enacted an order on mobilization that paved the way for an additional 300,000 conscripts to be added to t ...

Immigration Reform: Farmers Need Workers, Workers Need “Papers”

16 September 2022

$nbsp; Since the advent of the pandemic, the level of labor shortage has shot up to an uncomfortable rate and is still rising. What used to be normal has changed completely as people now search for better alternatives such as remote work and are looking less for hands-on jobs. This situation has also affected farm labor greatly. Hence, farmers a ...

Asylum: What Is Enough To Win Your Case?

22 August 2022

Author: US Asylum lawyer Alena Shautsova The number of asylum applications filed in the United States is consistently growing by hundreds of thousands. Asylum benefits include US protection: regardless of the manner of entry, a person would not be deported from the United States; asylum benefits include a pathway to US citizenship; an ability to ...

The Truth About Seeking Asylum In The United States

05 August 2022

Author: US Asylum lawyer Alena Shautsova Immigration into the United States of America is no doubt putting a lot of strain on the government, people, and organizations involved in handling immigration issues. In like manner, the immigrants are not finding it easy. The nation they thought was supposed to hold the fulfillment of their great dreams n ...

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