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USCIS Proposes Sweeping Changes to Affidavit of Support

The government is yet again proposing sweeping changes to current immigration policy, this time targeting Form I-864, Affidavit of Support. By law, petitioners seeking to immigrate their immediate relative to the United States are required to submit Form I-864 affidavit of support, to ensure to the government that the foreign national will not become a […]

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Litigation Works for Clients

AILA Past President Chuck Kuck highlights the H-1B class action litigation and renews the call for plaintiffs, noting “The only way to stop USCIS from continuing to rewrite immigration law through RFE and denial is to challenge them boldly, fiercely, and publicly in the federal courts.”

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Republicans Urge President Trump to Restrict Immigration Further for New Petitions for H-1B Workers, H-2B Workers, OPT Students, and EB-5 Investors

On May 7th just days after the President signed his controversial April 22nd executive order limiting the immigration of certain aliens to the United States for 60 days, Republican senators rallied together to urge the President to pass more immigration restrictions—this time targeting nonimmigrant foreign workers. Republican Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Ted Cruz of […]

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UPDATES: USCIS Extends Flexibility Policy for RFEs, NOIDs, I-290bs, and more

Welcome back to Visalawyerblog! In this post we will discuss a few recent updates recently released by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). UPDATE: USCIS Extends Flexibility Policy for RFEs, NOIDs, I-290bs, and more Due to the ongoing circumstances relating to COVID-19, USCIS will continue to provide flexibility in responding to certain deadline-oriented […]

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New Data Shows Border Patrol Agents Reject More Asylum Seekers

The Trump administration has used the coronavirus pandemic to justify shutting down the southern border—and much of our asylum system along with it. But long before the pandemic, the administration set up obstacles to asylum. Newly released data shows that one of those obstacles, which made U.S. Border Patrol agents the gatekeepers to the asylum […] The post New Data Shows Border Patrol Agents Reject More Asylum Seekers appeared first on Immigration Impact.

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