The New Public Charge rule became effective on February 24. Announced on February 22 by the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) the rule came immediately after the Supreme Court of the country dismissed the nationwide injunctions related to …... Read More
A federal appellate court has stated that foreign-born students might sue the US government on claims that their visas were wrongfully canceled, following a sting operation where a fake university had been set up to trap corrupt visa brokers.
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The US fast-track deportation process by the government is gaining a lot of momentum. All those migrants who do not prove their legitimate stay in the country for more than two years continuously can be straight away deported. It bypasses …... Read More
The decision from the Trump Administration to propose an increase in the merit-based legal immigration to 57% from the existing 12% is exciting to many who have been waiting for their Green Cards or Permanent Legal Residency. This reform proposal …... Read More