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New USCIS policy on TPS as a pathway to a green card

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ new policy indicates that a grant of Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) is considered an admission for INA Section 245(a) purposes for adjustment of status applicants residing in the Sixth and Ninth Circuits. TPS recipients … Continue reading

August 17, 2017

Major changes in immigration law proposed by the Senate

If you’ve watched the news, browsed a media website, perused a newspaper, or scrolled through social media newsfeeds in the last few days, chances are that you’ve heard about a new immigration bill recently introduced to Congress.  If so far … Continue reading

August 10, 2017

Ins & outs of immigration detention

ICE raids are in the news frequently as the agency ramps up enforcement efforts against aliens who may be removable from the4 United States.  Although official publicity emphasizes efforts to round up non-citizens with criminal records, ICE also makes “collateral … Continue reading

August 04, 2017

New California law provides key to opening locked doors to remaining in the US

A significant recent change to California laws is providing new hope to persons formerly barred from immigration benefits.  A new penal code section allows noncitizen-defendants to contest and potentially vacate a conviction at any time based on prejudicial error affecting … Continue reading

July 27, 2017

If at first you don’t succeed: Options after the denial of an application for a waiver

THE already difficult process of immigrating to the United States can be greatly complicated and delayed when the government decides that the noncitizen is inadmissible – a finding which often necessitates the filing of an application for a waiver of … Continue reading

July 20, 2017

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