Tag: citizenship and immigration service

  1. U.S. Government Begins Denying Afghan Applications for Humanitarian Parole

    According to a recent report by Axios, USCIS has begun to issue denials for Afghan applications for humanitarian parole. These denials highlight the ongoing struggle for thousands of Afghan evacuees to resettle following the withdrawal of U.S. troops from their war-torn country.  Crisis in Afghanistan You may remember the powerful images of individuals fleeing Afghanistan following the withdrawal of U.S. forces from the country late last summer. With the impending Taliban READ MORE READ MORE

  2. Immigration Alert: USCIS Increases Premium Processing Fee

    US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced a nearly 15% fee increase for its premium processing service. READ MORE

  3. Immigration Law Blogs (not intended to be legal advice) - Ray Lahoud, Norris McLaughlin Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, United States of America, Attorney at Law

    The Weekly Round-Up: DACA to Be Reinstated and Large-Scale Employer Raids in the Midwest

    A U.S. District Judge ruled that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) must begin accepting all applications for protection under DACA. READ MORE

  4. Immigration Law Blogs (not intended to be legal advice) - Ray Lahoud, Norris McLaughlin Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, United States of America, Attorney at Law

    The Weekly Round-Up: Labor Shortages Persist Despite Low Unemployment and White House Plans to End Visa for Foreign Entrepreneurs

    Despite lower unemployment across the country, agriculture and construction companies are arguing for increased immigrant labor.  READ MORE

  5. United States Citizenship & Immigration Service

    United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) extends TPS Status for Eligible National of El Salvador Defense Attorney Raymond Lahoud announced this week that the Department of Homeland Security has extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to eligible nationals of El Salvador. Lahoud, an associate at Baurkot & Baurkot’s Pennsylvania Office, stated “that D