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United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Rules in Favor of a Client of Erika Roman, Esq.

Court of Appeals Rules in Favor of Erika Roman, Esq. Erika Roman successfully overturned two prior court decisions. The immigration judge (IJ) and the BIA concluded that Singh did not qualify for asylum or withholding of removal because the injuries and threats that...

Can Raising Limits on Legal Immigration Help with Labor Shortage?

The United States is experiencing a labor shortage unprecedented in its history. Over the summer, 10 million jobs remained unfilled, a record high and much above the norm. Businesses are cutting hours, closing, raising prices, and reducing services as a result of...

New Vaccination Requirements for Immigrant Visa Applicants

From October 1, 2021, all immigrant visa applicants must obtain the whole COVID-19 immunization series as part of their medical evaluation before being granted a visa. The COVID-19 vaccination must be licensed by the World Health Organization (WHO) or the US Food and...

What You Need to Know about Haitian Migrants Entering the US

Thousands of migrants, largely from Haiti, have been camped out under a bridge in a Texas border town. Border officers in the United States are allowing certain people into the country on the condition that they appear in front of an immigration agency within 60 days....

Why You Need Immigration Lawyer for Family-Based Immigration

Until a few years back, you could apply without an immigration lawyer for basic, family-based, and citizenship cases if you know how to follow instructions. However, it is advisable to opt for an immigration lawyer for even the most basic instances today. Read on to...

Understanding Immigration: Refugees & Asylees

The main distinction between asylees and refugees is procedural. An asylee is a person who seeks asylum in the United States. A refugee is someone who seeks protection while still abroad and is then granted permission to enter the United States as a refugee. However,...

Understanding Immigration: Family-Based Immigration

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) limits the number of family-based immigration visas that can be awarded each year to foreign nationals. The United States Department of State (DOS) is in charge of assigning immigrant visas, while the United States Citizenship...

The Two Sides of the Proposal to Protect Undocumented Workers

According to a new memo from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the Biden administration is discontinuing major worksite immigration raids and instead focuses on employers who abuse illegal employees. This is another significant divergence from the Trump...

The LIFE Act: What It Is & How It Affects You?

The Legal Immigration and Family Equity Act (LIFE) has altered immigration regulations in the United States. These improvements make it simpler for families to stay together during the immigration process and allow certain people, who would otherwise be disqualified,...

Can Raising Limits on Legal Immigration Help with Labor Shortage?

The United States is experiencing a labor shortage unprecedented in its history. Over the summer, 10 million jobs remained unfilled, a record high and much above the norm. Businesses are cutting hours, closing, raising prices, and reducing services as a result of...
New Vaccination Requirements for Immigrant Visa Applicants

New Vaccination Requirements for Immigrant Visa Applicants

From October 1, 2021, all immigrant visa applicants must obtain the whole COVID-19 immunization series as part of their medical evaluation before being granted a visa. The COVID-19 vaccination must be licensed by the World Health Organization (WHO) or the US Food and...

What You Need to Know about Haitian Migrants Entering the US

What You Need to Know about Haitian Migrants Entering the US

Thousands of migrants, largely from Haiti, have been camped out under a bridge in a Texas border town. Border officers in the United States are allowing certain people into the country on the condition that they appear in front of an immigration agency within 60 days....

Why You Need Immigration Lawyer for Family-Based Immigration

Why You Need Immigration Lawyer for Family-Based Immigration

Until a few years back, you could apply without an immigration lawyer for basic, family-based, and citizenship cases if you know how to follow instructions. However, it is advisable to opt for an immigration lawyer for even the most basic instances today. Read on to...

Understanding Immigration: Refugees & Asylees

Understanding Immigration: Refugees & Asylees

The main distinction between asylees and refugees is procedural. An asylee is a person who seeks asylum in the United States. A refugee is someone who seeks protection while still abroad and is then granted permission to enter the United States as a refugee. However,...

Understanding Immigration: Family-Based Immigration

Understanding Immigration: Family-Based Immigration

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) limits the number of family-based immigration visas that can be awarded each year to foreign nationals. The United States Department of State (DOS) is in charge of assigning immigrant visas, while the United States Citizenship...

The Two Sides of the Proposal to Protect Undocumented Workers

The Two Sides of the Proposal to Protect Undocumented Workers

According to a new memo from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the Biden administration is discontinuing major worksite immigration raids and instead focuses on employers who abuse illegal employees. This is another significant divergence from the Trump...

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