Day: August 9, 2018
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service noted that a group of residence cards printed between February and April of this year have the wrong
Judge John Dates of the District of Columbia ordered to keep the benefits of the DACA Deferred Action Program.
On April 24, Judge John D. determined that the Federal Government’s decision to end DACA was illegal, which is in fact the third Judge to
The Department of National Security of the United States indicated that the conditions for which the Protection Shelter TPC was granted, which protects more than
The Immigration Agency changed the method of delivery of documents to Immigrants through the United States Postal Service
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service: USCIS announced this Friday that it will gradually begin using the restricted delivery service, meaning, it will be
The Supreme Court of Justice of the United States decided that the Government cannot automatically deport immigrants who commit certain crimes
The Supreme Court has ruled today against a provision of the Federal Law that facilitates the deportation of immigrants convicted of crimes of violence because
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it will stop the Legal Orientation Program (LOP) as of April 30.
The Legal Guidance Program in the United States will be suspended while an audit is carried out to determine the cost-effectiveness of this program, which
President Trump says that: immigrants are arriving in masses seeking DACA benefits and without the help of Mexico, it will be impossible to solve the
The Immigration and Citizenship Service (USCIS) has suspended the fast processing of the H1-B visa for professionals. The objective is, according to a press release,
Can we consider the recent declaration of the Agency in charge of protecting refugees and displaced persons due to persecutions or UCNAR conflicts, an acknowledgment of refugee status to Venezuelans?
It is evident that the document issued by UCNAR recently reflects a huge concern about the number of Venezuelans who are leaving their country to
The Supreme Court of Justice announced that immigrants detained by immigration (I.C.E) are not entitled to bail. How could this situation affect detained family and