The Biden Administration tried to end Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), a Trump-era policy, in June of 2021. However, the result was a nationwide injunction. On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Biden Administration has the authority to end Donald Trump’s Immigration policy known as the “Remain in Mexico”.
On April 15, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security announced the designation of Cameroon for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Only individuals who were already living in the US as of April 14, 2022, will be eligible. A country is designated for TPS when conditions in that country fall into one of the following categories: .
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released a policy alert today to give practitioners guidance on how certain “unlawful acts” could impact a person’s ability to naturalize. A person can become a naturalized United States citizen after establishing 3-5 years as a Legal Permanent Resident (green card holder) or through military service. A.
CG Immigration Team, and the Fuentes-Agustin Family met with various news outlets (WJTV, WAPT, WLBT, CLARION LEDGER) yesterday to discuss what the family has been going through since the recent home invasion they have experienced which hospitalized their son due to being shot three times as well as the long road they have ahead of.
ICE and HSI has conducted raids through various cities in Mississippi today. If you have family members or friends that call you after they’ve been processed, ask for their Alien Number. It will be on his/her bracelet on their wrist, paperwork and/or their badge and get their location if they know it. If you or.
CG Immigration Team Attorney, Marshall Goff was able to speak with reporter Noah Lanard from Mother Jones about ICE opening three new detention centers recently with money it has not been given even after Congress rejected the request for more detention money. One of these three detention centers are located in Adams County, MS –.
The legislation, known as the Green Light Bill, expands access to driver’s licenses to an estimated 265,000 undocumented New Yorkers. Supporters say it will create safer roads, increase state revenue and keep families together by preventing traffic violations from turning into deportations. “This is life-changing, and we are proud to stand on the right side.