November 2022 Newsletter: A Stronger DACA

A stronger DACA  As of November 1st, the Department of Homeland Security’s final rule to preserve and fortify Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) went into effect. Practically, this means that DACA is now based on a formal regulation, instead of a policy memorandum as it had been before. This has the effect of strengthening the standing Read more about November 2022 Newsletter: A Stronger DACA[…]

June 2022 Newsletter

Public Charge Rule Update This month, USCIS updated its public charge resources webpage with more information to help better inform immigrants about obtaining access to critical government services available to them. As a reminder, under the Biden administration, USCIS reverted to a less strict interpretation of the public charge rule, which means that immigration applicants Read more about June 2022 Newsletter[…]

A Year in Office: Biden’s Immigration Reforms Explained

With over a year under a Biden presidency, where does the country stand on immigration? If you ask around, you are likely to get a variety of opinions. While, on one hand, things in immigration are undeniably better under the new president, many immigration advocates have been disappointed with the lack of any significant change Read more about A Year in Office: Biden’s Immigration Reforms Explained[…]