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Update on Employment Based Interview Requirement
USCIS announced that adjustment of status interviews are now required for all employment based immigration. On October 1 USCIS began phasing in this requirement. In the past USCIS waived the interview requirement for most employment based applications for adjustment of status to permanent resident. Under the law it could require an interview on a case […]
Why It is Critical to Understand the New 90-day Rule Regarding Misrepresentation Based on Conduct
Immigrants now face stricter rules regarding misrepresentation. The Department of State (DOS) revised the section of the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) guidelines that deal with misrepresentation. Section 9 FAM 302.9-4(B)(3) applies to foreign nationals in the US “who conduct themselves in a manner inconsistent with representations they made to consular officers concerning their intentions at […]
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DACA may be down, but it is not yet out
By Attorney Jose Aponte, Powers Law Group Ever since the story hit the newswires that the Trump Administration was rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, much has already been said and written by pundits on both sides of this debate. For those few who still don’t know, the DACA program allowed some […]
New Interview Requirements
by Attorney Michele L. Strickland, Powers Law Group Beginning October 1, 2017 Immigration (USCIS) will require in person interviews for green card applicants who are sponsored by employers and who are refugee/asylee relatives. In the past an interview was not required for these applicants. This change will likely slow the process and create larger backlogs. […]
Trump’s New Cuba Policy: Implications for Americans and Cubans
By Jose Aponte, Immigration Attorney at Powers Law Group Changes are coming for the U.S. policy towards the Caribbean island of Cuba, a policy that Trump administration had criticized as “one-sided deal.” On June 16, 2017 the President announced that the administration sought to: 1- Enhance compliance with U.S. law; 2- hold the Cuban regime […]
USCIS Reminds Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone of May 21 Termination
USCIS is reminding the public that the designations of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone terminate effective May 21, 2017. To provide sufficient time for an orderly transition, the Department of Homeland Security gave beneficiaries under these three designations 8 months advance notice of the expiration by publishing 3 notices in […]
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The 9th Circuit’s Ruling Denies Stay on Trump’s Travel Ban and the Department of Homeland Security Memorandums—what this Means for Immigrants
The 9th Circuit’s Ruling Denies Stay on Trump’s Travel Ban and the Department of Homeland Security Memorandums—what this Means for Immigrants By: Texas Board Certified Immigration Attorney, Ruby L. Powers
H-1B Cap Season is Getting Closer
H-1B Cap Season is Getting Closer By: Texas Board Certified Immigration Attorney, Ruby L. Powers February 17, 2017