February 28, 2024
The US State Department has released a re-parole program for Ukrainian citizens
The re-parole program has been launched for Ukrainians who arrived using a humanitarian password From February 27, 2024, Ukrainians and their immediate relatives, including those who are not citizens of Ukraine, arrived in the United States with a...
February 19, 2024
New H-1B registration rules
USCIS announces new registration rules for the H-1B Program USCIS has made updates to the H-1B program aimed at improving the program, reducing H-1B enrollment fraud, and changing the cost of certain application fees. Beginning enrollment in FY 2025,...
January 24, 2024
Mandamus: How to speed up the process of reviewing “stuck” petitions
How to speed up the process of reviewing “stuck” petitions or what is Mandamus? There are cases when the government or other U.S. authorities do not take timely measures and delay the process of consideration of immigration petitions for a long time....
January 15, 2024
The new court decision is the right to receive a fear interview within 60 days.
Thousands of people seeking protection in the United States end up in immigration detention after crossing into Mexico and are typically subject to immediate deportation. However, those who address threats of abuse or torture in their home countries have...
January 10, 2023
The CBP One mobile app
The CBP One mobile app will go live on January 12, allowing asylum applicants planning to cross the Mexico-U.S. border to register to cross the border at Cuidad Juarez, Tijuana, Matamoros, Reynosa, Piedras Negras, Nogales and Nuevo Laredo without...
January 5, 2023
Citizens of those countries can now apply for humanitarian parole through a phone app before arriving at the Mexican-US border
Citizens from these countries would be returned back to Mexico for not following the protocol. President is to visit El Paso border while Title 42 restrictions are under discussion again. Under this Trump-era pandemic public health rule known as Title 42...
December 13, 2022
LGBTQI+ marriages now officially qualify for immigration benefits
President Biden signed into law the Respect for Marriage Act, which federally protects same-sex and interracial marriages. Now by law, not just by precedents LGBTQI+ married couples could apply for the same immigration benefits as other married...
August 10, 2022
Updated COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements for the U4U Program
All beneficiaries 6 months of age and older are now required to have a certificate confirming that they received their COVID-19 vaccinations both prior to travel to the United States and upon arrival, unless they are eligible for an exemption....
June 14, 2022
US no longer requires COVID test for travelers flying into the country.
The US will reportedly no longer require international air travelers to take a COVID test before traveling to the country. The change will be effective starting June 12th, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will reevaluate the...
June 3, 2022
US Continues March 2020 Guidance for F/M Students for 2022-23 Academic Year
This guidance enables schools and students to engage in distance learning in excess of regulatory limits due to the continuing public health concerns created by COVID-19. The March 2020 guidance applies to nonimmigrant students who were actively enrolled...