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  • Pool of Separated Families Requiring Reunification Expanded by Judge
    Pool of Separated Families Requiring Reunification Expanded by Judge

    On March 8 th , a federal judge ruled to expand the pool of migrant families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border who might be eligible for reunification under an existing court order. This major ...

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  • Trump Administration Plans to Close International Immigration Offices
    Trump Administration Plans to Close International Immigration Offices

    The Trump administration has begun discussing plans to close nearly two dozen U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field offices around the globe. The administration says that closing these ...

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  • DHS Announces Final Rule for H-1B Visa Program
    DHS Announces Final Rule for H-1B Visa Program

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced plans to amend regulations for H-1B cap-subject petitions. This includes petitions eligible for the advanced degree exemption. This final rule will ...

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  • USCIS Accepts Copies of Negative P Visa Consultations Directly from Labor Unions
    USCIS Accepts Copies of Negative P Visa Consultations Directly from Labor Unions

    USCIS announced that, effective immediately, the agency will start accepting copies of negative consultation letters that come directly from labor unions for future P nonimmigrant visa petitions. In ...

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  • The Government Shutdown Continues to Impact Immigration Courts
    The Government Shutdown Continues to Impact Immigration Courts

    Now that the government has been shut down for 4 weeks, immigration courts continue to remain closed. This is just the latest obstacle immigrants are facing in a system that has limited due process ...

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  • Judge Makes Ruling on Changes to the 2020 Census
    Judge Makes Ruling on Changes to the 2020 Census

    A federal judge has ruled that the Trump administration can’t ask a controversial question on the 2020 Census. The New York judge’s ruling means that plans to ask if a person is a citizen of the ...

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