Federal Judge rules DACA must be fully restored

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This is a follow up to a prior blog post from April.  In that case, a federal judge ruled that DACA had to be restored but also stayed that decision 90 days to allow the government to respond.  The government did respond, but the arguments were rejected by the judge who has now ruled that […]

USCIS may soon accept NEW DACA applications

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A Federal judge has ruled that the U.S. government may have to accept new DACA applications.  The ruling essentially states that the decision to end DACA in the first place was arbitrary.  However, the Judge gave the Government 90 days to file a response.  Stayed tuned.

Changes in Advance Parole may affect Adjustment of Status applicants

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USCIS has implemented a new policy relating to Advance Parole.   The new policy relates to only two situations: 1. Persons holding H, L or K visas are not affected by the new policy in that they are not required to obtain Advance Parole before leaving the U.S., if they have an adjustment of status […]