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.
Many of the traditions that we typically associate with Christmas have their origins in other countries. Immigrants, eager to celebrate a familiar and important holiday in their new home, shared their customs with neighbors who adopted them and added their own. Here are a few examples of beloved Christmas traditions integration has given us.
Not all of the food on our tables today was eaten at the first Thanksgiving. Many traditional American dishes have been shaped by immigrant contributions over the years. Here are just of the few of the reasons we should thank other cultures for our delicious meals.
Applications for the Lily Gutierrez Memorial Scholarship are now available! Apply today to have your 2019 Convening registration taken care of.
The Board of Immigration Appeals’ precedential decision Matter of Velasquez-Rios is negating part of a California law intended to help noncitizens avoid some of the harsh consequences of prior misdemeanor convictions. Read more to learn what this could mean for your clients.
A federal district court in California granted a preliminary injunction in Ramos v. Nielsen temporarily halting the termination of Temporary Protected Status for Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, and El Salvador. Here is what this means for these recipients.
CASA de Maryland partners with community colleges and local government to enhance vocational skills for individuals as they integrate into the community.
The Trump administration’s proposed changes to how immigrants can apply for fee waivers for immigration applications will make it more difficult for qualified immigrants to become citizens, while creating government inefficiencies that are a waste of taxpayer money.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ new policy allows adjudicators to deny an application or petition without issuing a Request for Evidence or Notice of Intent to Deny. Read more to see what this could mean for your clients.
In late August, the Board of Immigration Appeals issued a precedential decision, Matter of Bermudez-Cota, which interprets the scope of the recent Supreme Court decision in Pereira v. Sessions. Bermudez-Cota limits the application of Pereira’s holding to the stop-time rule in cancellation of removal cases. Bermudez-Cota’s narrow interpretation of Pereira is certain to lead to further federal litigation.