U.S. SUPREME COURT REAFFIRMS FEDERAL CONTROL OVER IMMIGRATION In Arizona v. United States, 567 U.S._____(2012) (Decided June 25, 2012), the United States Supreme Court ruled on Arizona statute S.B. 1070. […]
¿Que es una exención? Una exención es una aplicación presentada por un extranjero (que no es ciudadano norteamericano) para pedir al gobierno de los Esdados Unidos que le permita al […]
Filing I-601 Waiver Applications in the United States Note: As of the date of this posting (June 15, 2012), the final rule permitting I-601 waiver applications in the USA has […]
In a surprising announcement, the Obama Administration announced on June 15, 2012 that the Department of Homeland Security would begin offering deferred action to DREAM-act eligible young people. PLEASE NOTE: […]
In a surprising change, not announced in advance by USCIS, effective September 12, 2011, the USCIS decided to mail all approval notices DIRECTLY to the petitioner, not to the attorney […]
Arizona Law SB 1070 uses the logic of “immigration compliance” to needlessly trample on the US Constitution, harms US citizens and the non-immigrants alike and damages genuine law enforcement efforts to curb crime. Severe flaws in the law subject it to strict scrutiny and possible injunction or reversal in the courts.
USCIS intends to increase filing fees across the board. Naturalization fees will not go up. Most others will.
Fueled by the $500.00 per case “H-1B Fraud Fee” paid by employers for every new H-1B application for a new employee, the DHS has instituted significant additional review programs of […]