06 Sep

Memorandum on Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

MEMORANDUM FOR: James W. McCament Acting Director U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Thomas D. Homan Acting Director U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Kevin K. McAleenan Acting Commissioner U.S. Customs and Border Protection Joseph B. Maher Acting General Counsel Ambassador James D. Nealon Assistant Secretary, International Engagement Julie M. Kirchner Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman FROM:…

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04 Sep

USCIS Grants All Available U Visas for Fiscal Year 2017

USCIS has approved the congressionally mandated annual limit of 10,000 petitions for U nonimmigrant status for victims of certain crimes committed in the United States who assist law enforcement authorities. Although USCIS cannot grant any more U visas in fiscal year (FY) 2017, we will continue to review pending petitions for eligibility for potential visa…

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31 Aug

DACA might soon end

DACA, the famous and controversial program on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival, might well no longer exist in the next few months or years. President Trump, in his promises to curb on immigration is looking into actually end the program. Many candidates or DACA recipients are now wondering what to do next. This brochure by…

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03 Dec

Top 5 Reasons to Quickly file for your citizenship.

With the immigrants’ fear soaring after the U.S elections, we are recommending to people who are eligible to file for their U.S citizenship to actually move forward with their applications. The five reasons stated below are just few of many on why someone should actually apply for naturalization (i.e. citizenship). The main reasons we are…

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23 Nov

Is Trump present silence on immigration the calm before the storm?

Many have started to see hope in the words of President Donald Trump messages because he failed to actually pursue some of his ‘inflaming promises’ on the campaign. For example he is not going to try to go after Hillary Clinton and also kind of reconsidering climate change. However, although he has not mentioned his…

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18 Nov

Special Registry for Muslims using Japanese Internment as a precedent.

For those who have experienced the Japanese internment camps and special registration of Muslims after 9/11 under National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS), they know how painful such practices are. ┬áThe Japanese internment and the NSEERS were among the most shameful practices of the United States during world war II and after September 11. Ultimately,…

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