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Immigration News

DACA is back!

DACA is back!

Judge Garaufis of the US District Court in Brooklyn, on December 4th, ordered the Trump administration to restore the program protecting undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children, from deportation (DACA). This order builds on Judge Garaufis’ November...

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Why Citizenship can be Denied?

Why Citizenship can be Denied?

5 Reasons why a citizenship application can be denied: Failing the English or Civics Exams: You must have an acceptable score on the English and Civics exam to be approved for citizenship. Only applicants over age 55 with 15 years as a lawful permanent resident or...

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New Citizenship Civics Test

New Citizenship Civics Test

USCIS announced on November 13, 2020 that there is a new version of the citizenship civic test. Those applying before December 1, 2020, will take the current version of the exam (2008 version); if you apply on or after December 1, 2020, you will take the new version...

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Information about TPS

Information about TPS

What is TPS? The Temporary Protected Status (TPS), granted by the Department of Homeland Security, is a temporary status given to eligible nationals of designated countries who are present in the United States. The status, afforded to nationals from some countries...

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Migrant children detained in hotels

Migrant children detained in hotels

The Trump administration has increased its use of hotels to detain immigrant children before expelling them from the United States during the coronavirus pandemic. Federal authorities said they detained 577 unaccompanied children through the end of July, up from 240...

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K-1 Visa made high priority

K-1 Visa made high priority

The United States government has announced that the processing of K visa applications will be resumed with high priority in some consulates. K visas are created for international citizens who plan to marry a citizen of the United States. Due to COVID-19 and the border...

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Update: Public Charge Rule

Update: Public Charge Rule

On July 29, the New York District Court blocked the public charge rule until the end of the public health emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the Second Circuit gave a new endorsement to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), where it approves to apply...

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Fee adjustment for immigration requests

Fee adjustment for immigration requests

The Department of Homeland Security announced a rule on July 31, that adjusts fees for certain immigration and naturalization benefit requests. The rule accounts for increased costs to adjudicate immigration benefit requests, detect and deter immigration fraud, and...

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