Applicants, beneficiaries, representatives and attorneys have been able to use this useful tool for real time updates for most pending cases except -dubiously- for Asylum cases or applications. However, you can now check the status of your Affirmative Asylum (Form I-589) case using USCIS’s online case status tool.
these immigrants, the majority of whom may be potential asylum applicants (in fact, most are released upon expressing a positive fear of returning home) -fail to comply with the one-year-deadline. For years, this one-year-filing requirement has been the bane of their existence
© Getty Images President Trump is set to establish a “National Vetting Center” on Tuesday to improve the vetting process of individuals coming into the United States, according to a White House daily schedule. The national security memorandum Trump plans to sign will give the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other government agencies a [..]
In the course of the first year under the Trump administration, states and localities have increasingly pursued immigration policies that serve the best interests of their own communities.
Individuals who owe the IRS more than $50,000 and are concerned about their ability to travel internationally should take immediate steps to address their tax liabilities before their passports are restricted by State Department.
All Work Permits or Employment Authorization Documents (EADs) that had previously been extended by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for El Salvador designation that were expiring on Sept. 9, 2016, were made valid through March 9, 2017, that was a 6-month extension. DHS has just automatically extended the validity [..]
To counter VOICE, Rep. Jared Polis launched a database intended to tell positive stories about immigrants called SAINT – Saved by American Immigrants National Taskforce.
Asylum News Update from Musinguzi Law Group- USCIS has increased the validity period for initial or renewal Employment Authorization Documents for asylum applicants from one year to two years.
No government prosecutes every person who breaks the law. Limited resources make that impossible. District attorneys do not routinely take people to court for having small amounts of marijuana; police departments do not generally ticket drivers who speed 1 mph above the limit. Is immigration enforcement any different? Does the federal government have to crack [..]
TPS Registration Deadline for Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone is August 18, 2015 Tuesday, August 18, 2015, is the deadline for eligible nationals of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone (and people without nationality who last habitually resided in one of those three countries) to register for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). This deadline marks the end of DHS’ 90-day [..]