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Recent U.S. Immigration News

Arms of Victims of Human Trafficking Tied with Ropes

Can Victims of Human Trafficking Get Help to Stay in the U.S?

Human trafficking is getting more and more attention in the news and in other media these days, raising the awareness of people who thought that slavery was something that took place only in another time or a country far away. In reality, human traff… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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End of Temporary Protected Status for 200,000 Salvadorans

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced in January that the Trump administration will be ending temporary protected status for Salvadorans who have been living in the United States for nearly twenty years. Salvadorans represent the largest… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
Immigrant Boy Affected by End of Temporary Status

End of Temporary Protected Status for Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua

Temporary protected status (TPS) is, as the name suggests, a temporary immigration status for certain eligible foreign nationals in the United States. Those individuals who are unable, for temporary reasons (such as natural disaster or armed conflict… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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What Documents Do I Need to Travel Within the United States?

If you’re a lawful permanent resident or nonimmigrant visa holder, you know that you need to be mindful of how travel outside of the United States may affect your return to this country. But even if you aren’t leaving the United States,… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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"Enhanced Vetting:" What You Need to Know About the Latest Travel Ban

During the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, then-candidate Trump spoke repeatedly of the need for “extreme vetting” for individuals seeking to enter the U.S. from certain countries that he claimed posed a higher risk of terrorism against… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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What You Need to Know if DACA Ends

On September 5, 2017 the Trump administration announced its intention to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which was created by President Obama via executive order in 2012. The program protects undocumented immigran… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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Esquivel-Quintana v. Sessions: Implications for Immigrants

The Trump administration is now six months old, and the President appears to be trying to make good on campaign promises to remove “criminal aliens” from the United States, especially those originally from Mexico. The outcome of a recent… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
Gavel: SCOTUS on Trump's Travel Ban

SCOTUS Upholds District Court's Clarification of Trump's Travel Ban

One of the first things Donald Trump did upon taking office was to begin issuing executive orders, the best known of which is likely Trump’s travel ban, the first iteration of which appeared on January 27. This executive order was intended to… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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DACA: Recommendations for Current Recipients, Applicants, and Renewals

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) remains in place as of June 2017, but planned expansions to the program will not go forward, and the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program is ending. U.S.… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law
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What Could Trump's Executive Order Mean for H-1B Visas?

In April, President Donald Trump signed an executive order with the stated intention of promoting a “Hire American” policy. The order directs federal agencies, including the Departments of State, Labor, Homeland Security, and Justice to r… Read More
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Categories: Immigration Law