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Don’t become a victim: The rise of immigration scams during periods of uncertainty in immigration policy

In this time of rapidly changing immigration directives and uncertainty regarding the immigration policies of the Trump Administration, noncitizens and their family members are desperately seeking answers and looking for solutions to their immigration issues.  Unfortunately, fear and worry regarding … Continue reading

March 16, 2017

Keeping your place in line: Challenging unlawful termination of visa petitions

THIS week we take a break from our recent focus on the new policies of the Trump Administration to look at a problem that has plagued thousands of would-be immigrants for decades. The practice of revocation of immigration visa petitions … Continue reading

March 09, 2017

How do DHS’s new rules affect you?

ON February 21, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) released two new memoranda, which outline how DHS plans to implement President Trump’s recent executive orders concerning the immigrant community. You are probably wondering how these new memoranda may impact … Continue reading

March 02, 2017

Trump, the executive orders & you!

Exactly one week after his inauguration, President Trump signed an executive order which banned entry of noncitizens from seven Muslim-majority countries, halted U.S. refugee admissions, and suspended the nonimmigrant visa interview waiver program. Signed on January 27, 2017, the executive … Continue reading

February 23, 2017

There may be a solution for immigrants despite travel bans and raids

THE Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has refused to reinstate President Trump’s ban on refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.  Therefore, refugees and citizens of these countries will continue to be admitted to the U.S. … Continue reading

February 11, 2017

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