Immigration Blog

  1. Before You Em“Bark”: CDC Requires Rabies Vaccine and Microchip for Dog Travel

    The CDC recently released new requirements that may affect traveling with your fur baby. Starting Aug. 1, 2024, all dogs traveling into the U.S. will be required to show proof of rabies vaccine and meet the minimum age requirement of … The post Before You Em“Bark”: CDC Requires Rabies Vaccine and Microchip for Dog Travel appeared first on Immigration Matters. READ MORE

  2. News Alert: USCIS Fees Will Increase Starting Apr. 1, 2024

    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released their final rule on Jan. 31, 2024, adjusting the price for certain immigration and naturalization fees. Every two years, the USCIS conducts a fee review. … The post News Alert: USCIS Fees Will Increase Starting Apr. 1, 2024 appeared first on Immigration Matters. READ MORE

  3. News Alert: USCIS Fees Will Increase Starting Apr. 1, 2024

    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released their final rule on Jan. 31, 2024, adjusting the price for certain immigration and naturalization fees. Every two years, the USCIS conducts a fee review. In the most recent biennial review, they determined that the “fees do not recover the full cost of providing adjudication and naturalization services.” In tandem with USCIS, DHS READ MORE READ MORE

  4. SPARE Suit?: DHS Sued Over Prince Harry Visa Application

    Prince Harry’s U.S. visa is still causing him concern—part of the never-ending saga of the royal family. The Heritage Foundation, an institution promoting conservative policies, was recently in federal court having filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security … The post SPARE Suit?: DHS Sued Over Prince Harry Visa Application appeared first on Immigration Matters. READ MORE

  5. Florida Grand Jury Highlights Border Crisis Concerns and Calls for Immigration Reforms

    In a recent development, a statewide grand jury in Florida released its fifth presentment, highlighting what it perceives as “physical and financial dangers” the nation’s border crisis poses to Floridians. The 146-page report is a comprehensive analysis of the situation … The post Florida Grand Jury Highlights Border Crisis Concerns and Calls for Immigration Reforms appeared first on Immigration Matters. READ MORE