Family Immigration Newsletter – October 2018

  • The Government Allows Green Card Applications to be
    Filed Early for October
  • What is Happening with DACA?
  • Immigration Court Backlog
  • The Government Implements Change in Policy Regarding
    Request for Evidence & Notice of Intent to Deny
  • and more. Read now.

Family Immigration Newsletter – June 2018

  • The Government Ends Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for
  • Lawsuits filed Challenging Termination of TPS for El Salvador,
    Haiti, and Honduras
  • Federal Judge Rules that the U.S. must Keep DACA and Accept
    New Applications
  • and more. Read now.

Business Immigration Newsletter – June 2018

  • New EB-5 Investment Amount Possible in August 2018
  • USCIS Alters Unlawful Presence Calculation for Nonimmigrant
  • Proposed Extreme Vetting to be Added to All Nonimmigrant Visa
  • and more. Read now. 

January Newsletter

  • Updates on Temporary Protected Status
  • DACA Recipients can renew their DACA again!
  • A Memo has been issued regarding Immigration Court Priorities & Performance Measurement
  • and more. Read now.

Immigration News — TPS Update

  • The Trump Administration Ends Protection for El Salvador known as TPS
  • Read now.


September Newsletter

  • President Trump Announced the End of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals with a 6-month Delay
  • The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Entered an Order Partially Allowing Texas to Enforce SB-4
  • The U.S. Government Offers a New Civics Test Study Tool: a New Mobile App is Now Available!
  • and more. Read now.

Friends and Family of DACA Beneficiaries

  • With the recent announcement of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) phase-out, it is important to make sure that you know what to expect in the next month.  Many friends and family members may be worried about status expirations, deadlines, or wondering how they can help.
  • Read now.

President Trump Ends DACA with a Six Month Delay

  • President Trump announced today that he is rescinding the Executive Action issued by President Obama in 2012 known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or “DACA”, leaving thousands of children and young adults in limbo.
  • Read now.


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