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- This Week in Immigration News: Validity of TPS EADs, Visa Guidance for Bahamians Validity of TPS EADs with a September 9, 2019 Expiration Date Remain Valid through January 2, 2020 for El Salvador, Sudan, Nicaragua, and Haiti The
- USCIS Issues NPRM to Eliminate 30-Day EAD Processing Timeline for Asylum Applicants On September 9, 2019, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a proposed rule in the Federal Register aimed at (1)
- DHS Publishes Proposed Rule to Collect Social Media Handles from Immigrant and Non-immigrant Visa Applicants The Trump administration has published a proposed rule in the Federal Register expanding the social media information that can be collected as part of
- DHS Proposes New Rule Requiring Registration Fee for H-1B Cap Petitioners Fresh off the press! In this blog post we will discuss a new proposed rule that is set to be published in the Federal Register on September 4, 2019.
- USCIS Issues New Policy Changing Citizenship Procedure for Certain Children of U.S. Service Members On August 28, 2019, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued new policy guidance defining "residence" as it relates to
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- Can a step-parent petition a step-child for a green card? In this video attorney Jacob Sapochnick will discuss a very important topic: can a step-parent, who is a U.S. Citizen, petition for a step-child to
- Can you lose your green card if you divorce during the green card process? In this video attorney Jacob Sapochnick answers a frequently asked question: Can you lose your green card if you get divorced during the green card
- New Expedited Removal Rules The Trump administration recently announced new rules for expedited removal, the process of apprehending undocumented immigrants and removing them
- EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Changes In this video attorney Jacob Sapochnick discusses upcoming changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. Under a new rule published by the U.S.
- Attorney Jacob Sapochnick Discusses New Public Charge Rule In this video attorney Jacob Sapochnick discusses a new rule, effective October 15, 2019, that expands the list of public benefits that make a foreign