MORE CASES GOING TO IMMIGRATION COURT FOR REMOVAL (DEPORTATION)07/06/2018 | USCIS
The Immigration Service issued a new policy memorandum listing that many new cases should be sent to Immigration Court for Deportation or Removal Proceedings. The Immigration Service is now required to issue more NTA (Notice to Appear) directing a case to the Immigration Courts for furhter action. This includes cases where an immigrant is accused of a crime, not only if they have a conviction; and importantly, this also includes situations where an applicant for Naturalization is denied because they lack good moral character.
Immigration to Recall Some Marriage Based Green Cards- issued with wrong dates!05/15/2018 | USCIS - DHS
Immigration has noted that many cards issued in 2018 in marriage based cases reflected the wrong approval dates - Immigration is now recalling these cards to be replaced with new cards.
Denied Cases Lead to Deportation09/27/2018 | aila.org
Starting Oct. 1, USCIS (Immigration Service) will begin deportation proceedings against persons whose applications are denied for an extension/change of visa status, or who are sponsored for permanent residency by a family member. This new procedure will not be implemented with respect to employment-based petitions and humanitarian applications and petitions.
Immigration (USCIS) Tightens Procedures - Requires Interviews02/22/2018 | www.uscis.gov
USCIS Announces More Requirements for Approvals
Waivers - What to Do Now?03/07/2017
In anticipation of future potential changes, we recommend that persons eligible to file for waivers of any type - should do so now.
Persons who are in the USA without a valid visa, may apply for a waiver provided that they have a US Citizen or Permanent Resident Spouse or Parent.