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.
Since the Trump administration rescinded DACA, several states, universities and non-profits have filed lawsuits challenging the rescission and termination. Here are the updates so far.
Beneficiaries and advocates are pushing back against the administration’s attempts to terminate Temporary Protected Status for multiple countries. Here is a look at the lawsuit currently filed.
The Child Status Protection Act is activated differently during consular processing and adjustment of status. Use these hypothetical examples to see how clients with common situations could fare.
A recent decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals requires asylum applicants in removal proceedings to clearly describe their membership in a “particular social group” before the immigration judge.
The Ninth Circuit recently upended a long-held interpretation of the Child Status Protection Act. Read more to see how this affects a child’s immigration classification when the petitioning parent naturalizes.
The Executive Office for Immigration Review sets new performance and processing priorities for the immigration courts. Read more to learn what the changes are and how they may lead to more due process violations.