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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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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When applying for U.S. citizenship, applicants, must meet the strict eligibility requirements, pass a English and Civics test, interview, and finally take the Oath of Allegiance. These are all steps in the naturalization process. However, there are some exceptions. Some people are exe...

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If you are planning a trip to or outside the U.S., the first thing you need to make sure is that your travel documents are in order. A travel document is a form of identification issued by a government to ease the movement of individuals across international borders. Before you leave for the a...

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On Monday, the Supreme Court allowed parts of President Donald Trump's travel ban, that prohibits the entry of some people into the U.S., to go into effect. The court also said they would hear arguments in October regarding presidential power to set national security priorities over border secur...

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