USCIS Announces New Naturalization Exam

On November 13, 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services plans to roll out a revised version of the naturalization civics test. It will not apply to applicants who filed before December 1, 2020. In other words, applicants with Form N-400 on file before December 1, 2020 will take the old … [Read more...]

Good news from the 9th Circuit Court expanding U visa eligibility for spouses of the primary U visa applicant

On December 3, 2020, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an excellent decision that will increase access to U visas for spouses of applicant's with pending applications.  Previously, a crime victim had to include their spouse at the time of applying for the U visa, but yesterday's decision holds … [Read more...]

Initial DACA is Back!

USCIS has announced that it will restore DACA in compliance with a federal court order, including accepting initial requests for DACA, accepting renewal requests, and accepting applications for Advance Parole for DACA recipients under the original policy that was in effect prior to September 2017.  … [Read more...]

The Supreme Court Upholds DACA

Today’s 5-4 Supreme Court decision ruled against the current administration’s attempt to end DACA.This means that for now DACA is still alive. We’re so relieved for those currently in DACA status who have been in limbo feeling the weight of this upcoming decision on their shoulders. But the fight is … [Read more...]

Orden Ejecutiva Sobre Inmigración – 22 de abril de 2020

¿Qué? La nueva inmigración a los EE. UU. se suspende por 60 días para algunas categorías de personas que actualmente no se encuentran físicamente en los EE. UU. ¿Quién se ve afectado? Solo las personas que se encuentran actualmente fuera de los EE. UU. y que aún no tienen una visa a partir del 22 … [Read more...]