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  • May 25 - EB5 RCs Sue USCIS

    May 25 - EB5 RCs Sue USCIS

    Comment: EB5 RCs Sue USCIS Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About EB5 Capital, CanAm, Civitas, Golden Gate Global, Pine State RC and IIUSA File a Lawsuit Against USCIS Challenging Deauthorization of EB5 Regional Centers, Utah Once Again Leads by Example on Immigrant Inclusion, The Real Reason a Judge Stopped the Biden Administration From Ending Title 42 Expulsions, Traveling With Your Passport When You Have Asylum, USCIS...
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  • News: EB5 Capital, CanAm, Civitas, Golden Gate Global, Pine State RC and IIUSA File a Lawsuit Against USCIS Challenging Deauthorization of EB5 Regional Centers

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  • News: DHS Statement on District Court Ruling on Title 42

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    News: DHS Statement on District Court Ruling on Title 42

    DHS Statement on District Court Ruling on Title 42 Release Date: May 20, 2022 As we have repeatedly stated, Title 42 is not an immigration authority, but a public health authority employed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to protect against the spread of communicable disease, in this case, COVID-19. We will comply with the court’s order to continue enforcing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Title 42 Order as long as it remains in place. Mea...
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  • News: USCIS Announces Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Automatic Extension Calculator

    Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Automatic Extension Calculator On May 4, 2022, DHS published a temporary final rule (87 FR 26614) amending 8 CFR 274a.13(d). The temporary final rule increases the employment authorization and/or Employment Authorization Document (EAD) automatic extension for certain renewal applicants from up to 180 days to up to 540 days. In order to assist employers and employees with determining the EAD expiration date for eligible employees, USCIS has created the new EAD Automatic Extension Calculator! This calculator will seamlessly calculate the new EAD expiration date for eligible employees. please visit Employment Authorization Document (EAD) Automatic Extension Calculator. Last Reviewed/Updated: 05/20/2022  ...
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  • News: USCIS to Implement Premium Processing for Certain Previously Filed EB-1 and EB-2 Form I-140 Petitions

    USCIS to Implement Premium Processing for Certain Previously Filed EB-1 and EB-2 Form I-140 Petitions Release Date: 05/24/2022 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is implementing premium processing for certain petitioners who have a pending Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers, under the EB-1 and EB-2 classifications. This expansion of premium processing only applies to certain previously filed Form I-140 petitions under an E13 multinational executive and manager classification o...
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  • Article: Utah Once Again Leads by Example on Immigrant Inclusion by Leani Garcia Torres for Immigration Impact

    Utah Once Again Leads by Example on Immigrant Inclusion by Leani Garcia Torres As the politics and partisanship of a mid-term election year ramp up, Utah is proving that bipartisan and public-private collaboration is still possible. On May 3, public and private sector leaders came together to launch a New American Task Force to develop a comprehensive strategy to maximize opportunities for—and address some of the main barriers to—inclusion and belonging in the state: eco...
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  • May 24 - OIL Lawyers Training, Inquiry Line Suspension

    May 24 - OIL Lawyers Training, Inquiry Line Suspension

    Comment: OIL Lawyers Training, Inquiry Line Suspension Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two, Maverick Construction Receives 36% Reduction in I-9 Penalties from OCAHO, DOS Announces National Visa Center Public Inquiry Telephone Line Suspension and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part T...
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  • News: DOS Announces National Visa Center Public Inquiry Telephone Line Suspension

    National Visa Center Public Inquiry Telephone Line Suspension Last Updated: May 23, 2022 To address critical backlogs, the National Visa Center (NVC) has suspended our public inquiry telephone line effective May 23, 2022. We apologize for any inconvenience. The suspension of public inquiry telephone lines will not impede any essential functions of NVC and individuals will still be able to contact us using the methods identified below and find information regarding common IV and NIV inquiries on ou...
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  • Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland

    Article: Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland

    Training of Appellate OIL Lawyers Part Two by David L. Cleveland The Office of Immigration Litigation [OIL] is a division in the Department of Justice. OIL has an appellate section. In response to a FOIA lawsuit by the Louise Trauma Center, some pages from training given to the lawyers in that section were released.  This article will quote some of the material. The pages are available on the “FOIA” page at www.louisetrauma.weebly.com, marked as “OIL May 202...
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  • May 23 - Supreme Court on Judicial Review, Global Mobility

    May 23 - Supreme Court on Judicial Review, Global Mobility

    Comment: Supreme Court on Judicial Review, Global Mobility Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About What Are the Conditions? What Are the Eligibility Requirements to File Form I-751?, Optimizing Global Mobility policies using Causal Inference, Supreme Court Holds That Federal Courts Lack Jurisdiction to Review Factual Findings in Deportation Proceedings and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us k...
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  • News: Supreme Court Holds That Federal Courts Lack Jurisdiction to Review Factual Findings in Deportation Proceedings

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  • Article: What Are the Conditions? What Are the Eligibility Requirements to File Form I-751? by David H. Nachman, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq.

    What Are the Conditions? What Are the Eligibility Requirements to File Form I-751? by David H. Nachman, Esq., Ludka Zimovcak, Esq., Snehal Batra, Esq. and Samantha Chasworth, Esq. If you are a conditional permanent resident in the United States through marriage to a U.S. citizen or engagement to a U.S. citizen, then you will need to file a petition to remove the conditions on your permanent resident status.  As a conditional permanent resident through marriage or planned matrimony, your perma...
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  • Article: Optimizing Global Mobility policies using Causal Inference by Prof. Gadi Ravid, Adv. Tsvi Kan-Tor and PhD Candidate Yoav Kan- Tor

    Optimizing Global Mobility policies using Causal Inference by Prof. Gadi Ravid, Adv. Tsvi Kan-Tor and PhD Candidate Yoav Kan- Tor GM newly applied policies can now be evaluated and optimized using cutting edge Causal Inference research methods Introduction: What is Global Mobility and why should we study it? The field of Global Mobility is concerned with the movement of people between two or more countries (ARC Relocation, 2022). It can examine the transition of refugees as a resu...
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  • May 20 - Instant Immigration News with Twitter

    May 20 - Instant Immigration News with Twitter

    Comment: Instant Immigration News with Twitter Being part of a fast-paced generation, where time is essential and something is happening every second, can be difficult to keep up with. There's a place with millions of people where you can receive the latest events, news, have direct access to media members, public officials, attorneys, law firms, and other internet users who want to communicate with you. This place is Twitter; its users see their popularity increase with each mention and new follower. By...
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  • News: DHS Announces Registration Process for Temporary Protected Status for Afghanistan

    DHS Announces Registration Process for Temporary Protected Status for Afghanistan Release Date: 05/19/2022 WASHINGTON—The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) posted for public inspection a Federal Register notice on Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Afghanistan. This notice provides information about how to register for TPS under Afghanistan’s designation. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas previously announced the 18-month designation of ...
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  • May 19 - Backlog Reduction, Immigration Courts Overrun

    May 19 - Backlog Reduction, Immigration Courts Overrun

    Comment: Backlog Reduction, Immigration Courts Overrun Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One, Immigration Courts Are Overrun With Cases, and It's Only Getting Worse, USCIS Readout of National Public Engagement on Backlog Reduction and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com Article: Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part O...
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  • News: USCIS Readout of National Public Engagement on Backlog Reduction

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    News: USCIS Readout of National Public Engagement on Backlog Reduction

    Readout of National Public Engagement on Backlog Reduction Release Date: 05/18/2022 WASHINGTON – Today U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ur M. Jaddou and agency leadership participated in a virtual public engagement with nearly 2,000 stakeholders nationwide to discuss the agency’s efforts to reduce backlogs and improve processing times. Director Jaddou briefed participants on the agency’s priorities, including ensuring the agency’s fiscal health and inc...
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  • Article: Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland

    Article: Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland

    Training of Appellate Oil Lawyers Part One by David L. Cleveland The Office of Immigration Litigation [OIL] is a division in the Department of Justice. OIL has an appellate section. In response to a FOIA lawsuit by the Louise Trauma Center, some pages from training given to the lawyers in that section were released.  This article will quote some of the material. The pages are available on the “FOIA” page at www.louisetrauma.weebly.com, marked as “OIL May 202...
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  • May 18 - Doyle Memorandum, June Visa Chart

    May 18 - Doyle Memorandum, June Visa Chart

    Comment: Doyle Memorandum, June Visa Chart Today's Immigration Daily Issue Features Several Items of Interest, Including Articles, Blogging and News About Immigration News That You Can Use - Doyle Memorandum; June Visa Chart Big Effects; New 540 Day Extensions for Many EAD Renewals; More Stats on H-1B Season; USCIS Published Case Processing Times?, The Biden Administration Can "Fix" the Border--Even Without Congress, CRS Report on Introduction to Budget Authority and more. Please scroll down to ...
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  • Article: Immigration News That You Can Use - Doyle Memorandum; June Visa Chart Big Effects; New 540 Day Extensions for Many EAD Renewals; More Stats on H-1B Season; USCIS Published Case Processing Times? by Alan Lee, Esq.

    Immigration News That You Can Use - Doyle Memorandum Gives Hope to Those in Removal Proceedings; June Visa Chart Big Effects; New 540 Day Extensions for Many EAD Renewals; More Stats on H-1B Season; Improvement on USCIS Published Case Processing Times? by Alan Lee, Esq. Doyle memorandum gives hope to those in removal proceedings. The memorandum by Principal Legal Advisor Kerry E. Doyle on April 4, 2022, changes the landscape of prosecutorial discretion (PD) used by the government in immigration cases. It is estimated that aggressive use of the PD guidelines will knock approximately 700,000 cases from the 1.7 million backlog of the immigration courts. ICE attorneys are to prioritize three groups of cases &nda...
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