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How Does the COVID-19 Pan…

How Does the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Your Immigration Case?

USCIS Budget Limitations With the COVID-19 pandemic slowing down many government services in 2020, you may be wondering if processing times for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services have been affected. Although USCIS has continued to fun… Read More
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The History of DACA (Defe…

The History of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), Qualifications to Apply, and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Recent Ruling

What is DACA? In 2012, the Department of Homeland Security created an immigration relief program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA for short. DACA allows undocumented immigrants who entered the United States as children to apply… Read More
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COVID-19, Government Assi…

COVID-19, Government Assistance, and I-944 “Public Charge” Determinations

The Public Charge Rule — Background In February 2020, USCIS implemented the “public charge” rule. A public charge is a ground of inadmissibility, or a reason an immigrant can be denied a green card, visa, or admission into the United States… Read More
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What Types of Visas will be Impacted by the June 22, 2020 Immigration Executive Order Restricting Foreign Work Visas?

On June 22, 2020 President Trump issued an Executive Order restricting foreign work visas. The President claims that foreign workers present a “significant threat to employment opportunities for Americans.” While the justifications of the order a… Read More
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Categories: H-1B, J Visa, L Visa, Work Visas

Applying for a Green Card if you have TPS

While most TPS holders can only apply for a green card from outside the U.S., there is a way around that if you have been granted Advanced Parole. Advance Parole allows you to travel outside the United States and return. Because you are considered to… Read More
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Upcoming changes to H1B filings in 2020

Beginning in April 2020 there will be changes to the H1B application process. An electronic registration system will be implemented which will have a shorter version of the application. This will streamline the process for companies to complete appli… Read More
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Categories: H-1B