Fewer Deportations Under Biden

Fewer Deportations Under Biden

Media has reported that in the last month, there was a significant drop in the number of immigrants that have been arrested and/or deported in comparison to the number of arrests and deportations under the Trump administration. In March, Immigration and Customs...
Foreign Workers Able to Apply Again

Foreign Workers Able to Apply Again

Media has reported that foreign workers are once again able to apply for temporary visas. Last June, the Trump administration banned foreign workers from entering and applying for temporary visas; the administration alleged that the Coronavirus pandemic was to blame...
Senate to Vote on Dream Act

Senate to Vote on Dream Act

The House of Representatives has voted 228 to 197 to create a pathway toward citizenship for undocumented immigrants, including recipients of DACA and Temporary Protected Status and farmworkers. Though this is a great milestone for undocumented individuals, there are...
New Versions of Form I-90 to Come

New Versions of Form I-90 to Come

Update from USCIS: Since January 6, 2021, receipt notices for Form I-90, otherwise known as Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, have been sent out to the proper recipients. When this receipt notice is displayed, along with an expired Form I-551 (Permanent...
Discontinued: Public Charge

Discontinued: Public Charge

US District Court of Illinois has solidified their decision regarding the Public Charge Final Rule: Starting on March 9, 2021, Public Charge Final Rule has been dismissed. Applicants for adjustment of status do not need to provide Form I-944 with their Form I-485. If...