Asylum Ruling for Victims of Abuse Halted by Federal Court

The Trump administration policies aimed at restricting asylum claims by people citing domestic violence or gang abuse in their home country were halted by the federal court and ordered the U.S. government to bring back six deported migrants to reconsider their cases.

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Immigrants who receive benefits can be denied Green Cards

Immigrants who receive benefits can be denied Green Cards The Trump administration is proposing to crack down on millions of low income families who may have to choose between receiving government assistance and being granted legal permanent residence in the U.S. The proposal, spear headed by White House aide, Stephen Miller, targets the Supplemental Nutrition […]

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Immigration Documents Delivered through Secure Mail

USCIS has announced the Secure Mail Initiative or SMI service. for the mailing of certain immigration documents to recipients in a safe, secure and timely manner, made possible by a partnership between the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS } and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS)

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Legal Aid to be suspended for Immigrants

According to an article published by the Washington Post, as of April 30, 2018, the free program of legal assistance for immigrants would cease to exist. The Justice Department Immigration Courts intended to evaluate the program’s cost-effectiveness. This assistance offers tips to non-detained immigrants who are facing deportation proceedings in Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and San […]

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