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  • Article: Immigration Decisions in the Supreme Court 2019 Term, Upcoming Cases in the 2020 Term By Kevin R. Johnson

    Immigration Decisions in the Supreme Court 2019 Term, Upcoming Cases in the 2020 Term by Kevin R. Johnson The 2019 Term is not quite over but the Court today decided its final immigration case. Immigration proved to comprise a significant part of the U.S. Supreme Court's docket for the 2019 Term. Eight decisions directly or indirectly address immigration issues. The eight cases are a couple more than the Court's average number of immigration decisions in a Term. The case that rece...
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  • Article: Summary of the Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens to the United States By David Nachman

    Summary of the Presidential Proclamation Suspending Entry of Aliens to the United States by David Nachman Effective Date: The Proclamation takes effect on June 24, 2020 at 12:01 AM ET. It will remain in effect through December 31, 2020 and may be continued or modified as necessary. Background: On June 20, 2020, President Trump has issued a proclamation that suspends the entry of foreign nationals on certain employment-based nonimmigrant visas into the United States. This Procl...
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  • Article: DHS Suggests Asylum Seekers Should Get Used to 'Homelessness' After Stripping Work Permits By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick

    DHS Suggests Asylum Seekers Should Get Used to 'Homelessness' After Stripping Work Permits by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will finalize a new regulation on June 26 which will strip most asylum seekers of the right to seek work authorization. The rule imposes sweeping new grounds to deny asylum seekers...
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  • Article: The US Supreme Court Rules on EB By Matt Gordon

    Article: The US Supreme Court Rules on EB By Matt Gordon

    The US Supreme Court Rules on EB by Matt Gordon It was just a few years ago that any court case involving EB-5 and securities law was notable and worthy of an article, but those days are long past. Since the end of EB-5’s age of innocence (or more correctly put, days of unchecked wayward behavior) the number of actions involving EB-5 and securities fraud increased and the lessons to be learned lessened with each subsequent action. Many evildoers were caught and subsequently punish...
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  • Article: Administration Expands Ban on Legal Immigration – Trump Administration Pursues Campaign Promise to Shut Down Legal Immigration By David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq. and Ludka Zimovcak, Esq.

    Administration Expands Ban on Legal Immigration – Trump Administration Pursues Campaign Promise to Shut Down Legal Immigration by David H. Nachman, Esq., Michael Phulwani, Esq. and Ludka Zimovcak, Esq. RIDGEWOOD NJ - The Immigration and Nationality Lawyers at the Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group denounce President Trump’s decision to block access to certain nonimmigrant workers until at least the end of the year, including H-1B, H-2B, J-1 and L-1 nonimmi...
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  • Article: The Trump 6/22/20 Proclamation Suspending the Entry of Nonimmigrant Workers – Who is Affected and How By Alan Lee, Esq.

    The Trump 6/22/20 Proclamation Suspending the Entry of Nonimmigrant Workers – Who is Affected and How by Alan Lee, Esq. The Trump proclamation is out and takes effect at 12:01 on June 24, 2020, which means one minute after the witching hour tonight. If you are in the US before that, you are mainly immune from the order – if you are outside, you may be affected by the order. 1. This goes hand-in-hand with the order for the bar on immigrant visas, and so for both immigrant and nonimmigrant v...
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  • Article: COVID-19 creates a risk of deportation for Fiance Visa couples By Prem Kumar

    COVID-19 creates a risk of deportation for Fiance Visa couples by Prem Kumar COVID-19 has disrupted life for everyone. For those in the Fiance Visa process to the US, it has been an especially bizarre time. Even if they want to abide by the rules and follow correct procedures, many are forced into noncompliance against their will. If you’re not familiar, the US has a fiance visa program in which a foreigner can go to the US and marry their US citizen partner. This is often a 5-10 mo...
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  • Article: A Visa Applicant’s Bill of Rights – What the Department of State and Your Local US Embassy/Consulate Often Do Not Want You to Know By Kenneth White 

    A Visa Applicant’s Bill of Rights – What the Department of State and Your Local US Embassy/Consulate Often Do Not Want You to Know by Kenneth White For visa applicants, the cards seem to be stacked against you. Among the hurdles a visa applicant must face: 1. The law places the burden on the visa applicant to prove eligibility for the visa and that he or she is not inadmissible to the United States. 2. There are inadequate consular resources; at busy posts, consular officers can only...
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  • Article: DACA in Three Acts: Genesis, Impacts, Future By Kevin R. Johnson

    Article: DACA in Three Acts: Genesis, Impacts, Future By Kevin R. Johnson

    DACA in Three Acts: Genesis, Impacts, Future by Kevin R. Johnson In light of the Supreme Court's decision last week on the attempted rescission of teh Deferred Action for Chilihood Arivals policy, I wrote this Policy Brief (DACA in Three Acts: Genesis, Impacts, Future) for the UC Davis Global Migration Center. The conclusion reads as follows: "The Supreme Court’s DACA decision is in the books. DACA lives another day. However, its days may be numbered. The Trump administration may a...
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  • Article: The Supreme Court Gave DACA a Lifeline. Now Trump and Congress Need to Create a Path to Citizenship for Dreamers By Jorge Loweree

    The Supreme Court Gave DACA a Lifeline. Now Trump and Congress Need to Create a Path to Citizenship for Dreamers by Jorge Loweree The Supreme Court issued its long-anticipated decision in DHS v. Regents of the University of California—the case challenging the administration’s attempt to dismantle the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) ...
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