The 2020 presidential election will be here before we know it, bringing along with it a natural rise in applications and possible processing delays. Here are a few ideas from CLINIC and our partners with the New Americans Campaign to help you increase enthusiasm around naturalization and help Lawful Permanent Residents apply.
The BIA’s recent decision in Matter of A-C-M-, determined that even minimum support to terrorist organizations, even under dire circumstance, will not excuse immigrants from the terrorism bar.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on “stop-time” could make cancellation of removal available to many immigrants who previously did not qualify for this form of relief.
The Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Access Programs updated their Frequently Asked Questions for the Recognition and Accreditation Program, which includes additional information and clarifications requested by CLINIC and others.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a decision in Matter of Castro-Tum that revoked immigration judges’ and the Board of Immigration Appeals’ authority to temporarily close cases without deciding them.
The State Department’s new “90-Day” rule is now referenced in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Policy Manual section on fraud and misrepresentation.
Lately, there has been a lot of talk about how immigrants “can’t” integrate into their communities; but let us not forget how immigrants are often prevented from adjusting successfully.
The Supreme Court found that part of the definition for “crime of violence” is unconstitutional because it is too vague. Learn what this could mean for your client.
The Department of Justice is implementing new case closing quotas for immigration judges, which the National Association of Immigration Judges and the American Bar Association have spoken out against. Here is what this could mean for your clients.
The latest USCIS Policy Manual details when and how children born abroad to an unwed U.S. citizen parent can acquire citizenship by birth or when additional proof is needed.