Title 42 Lifting Blocked

Federal judge District Judge Robert R. Summerhays, a Trump appointee in Lafayette, Louisiana blocked the Biden administration from lifting a public health order that…

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What is Title 42?

Title 42 is a previously little-known section of US health law that allows the US government to temporarily block noncitizens from entering the US…

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Will the Remain in Mexico Policy Be Reinstated?

On August 24, 2021, the Supreme Court virtually reinstated the Trump-era Migrants Protection Protocols Program (MPP), or, as it more commonly called, “Remain in…

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Central American Minors (CAM) Program Explained

The Central American Minors Program (also known as CAM) was created to allow eligible minors from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras (the Northern Triangle…

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Advance Parole, Refugee Travel Document, and Reentry Permit

An individual, who is not a US citizen, may be required to obtain additional documents prior to travel abroad, even if the individual has…

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Remain in Mexico Policy Explained (May 2021 update)

In January 2019, in attempts to reduce the number of foreign nationals exploiting the U.S. immigration system and to discourage false asylum claims, the…

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DACA Ruling Explained

BACKGROUND  On June 15, 2012, President Barack Obama signed a proclamation initiating the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as DACA, allowing…

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DAPA Ruling Explained

DAPA, or Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents allows certain eligible categories of illegal aliens, namely parents of Americans, to…

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Extraordinary Abilities for Non-Immigrant Visa

Read in ES If an individual possesses extraordinary abilities, then they may qualify for the 0-1 non-immigrant visa. Extraordinary abilities are defined as having…

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New Rules for Asylum Seekers for Employment Authorization

Asylum seekers face new rules to apply for an Employment Authorization Document since August 25, 2020. All new asylum seekers have to wait 365…

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