Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) has announced the suspension of
enforcements - arrests, detentions and deportations across the U.S. temporarily, due to the coronavirus outbreak. ICE will for in the meantime, focus its attention on arresting and
deporting only foreign nationals with criminal records, and convictions, and those deemed to pose a danger to the public safety of the US. ICE emphasizes that no foreign national will be arrested at hospitals, doctors’ offices, health clinics and urgent care facilities so people would…
Staring March 18, 2020, the ICE Baltimore Field Office has suspended and cancelled all in-person check-in appointments until May 1, 2020. The office however, stresses that those affected should check-in at their usual reporting locations if they do not receive new notices with new appointment dates and times by May 1, 2020. During the timeframe of this suspension, ICE shall not enforce missed check-ins until May 1, 2020. ERO Washington Fairfax office will be closed to the public and will…
The Immigration Court in Baltimore, MD, has beginning March 18, 2020 - April 10, 2020, stop adjudicating all Individual Hearings, and will reschedule all the cases scheduled for hearing with the period for future dates. All Master Calendar Hearings for this period are rescheduled already. According to the Court, only detained hearings will go on during the time.
In response to the coronavirus concerns, the Alexandria Division of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia has continued or suspended all scheduled Creditors meetings in all Divisions of this Court until March 31, 2020. Additionally, all Chapter 13 scheduled hearing are suspended until April 23, 2020. The court has also temporarily extended all deadlines in all Bankruptcy Cases. Similar changes are introduced in all other local bankruptcy courts.
If you have a bankruptcy case pending with…
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has suspended travel into the US from Canada and Mexico through US ports of entry by land or at entry points where US Customs Enforcement will inspect travelers at or near the borders. The reason is to avoid large groups of people congregating at these entry points with the danger of spreading further the coronavirus.
This order however, does not apply to US Citizens and their immediate family, Lawful permanents and their immediate…