U.S. Immigration News

The federal government said on Saturday that it would resume accepting renewal requests for [DACA](https://www.usimmigration.org/glossary/daca), a program that shields young immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children from deportation.

The decision came after a federal judge...

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As an effort to monitor all immigrants entering the U.S. more meticulously, the Department of Homeland Security will shortly start requesting social media info from foreign travelers who wish to enter the country. Privacy supporters have been vocal about this being an unnecessary action that would...

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On Tuesday morning, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Trump Administration was phasing out Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The controversial decision to end the Obama-era policy that protects those brought illegally to the U.S. as children, known as Dreamers, c...

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As a candidate, Donald Trump made a myriad of "Day One" promises. Now with his Inauguration closely behind him, all eyes are on the new Commander in Chief as he moves on his top priorities "Monday is really the day that we start signing and working and making great deals for the country." The ne...

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USCIS frequently updates immigration forms. Updates may include adding or even removing questions, updating the form format, or even new eligibility or new additional documentation requirements. Before filling out and submitting a form, it is key that applicants make sure they are completing the lat...

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