Blog Posts in April, 2018

  • Sessions Orders Border Prosecutors to Adopt "Zero-Tolerance" Policy on Immigration

    Last week, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions order federal prosecutors on the southwest border to adopt a “zero-tolerance” policy against those who illegally enter, or attempts to illegally enter, the country. He warns that illegally entering the United States will be “met with the full prosecutorial powers of the Department of Justice (DOJ).” This directive instructs all border prosecutors to ...
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  • The Harsh Reality of Immigration Courts

    “I think most people would be incredulous at what really happens in immigration court and which sometimes passes for due process,” said Paul Schmidt, a former immigration judge for the Arlington Immigration Court. “Our courts today are dysfunctional,” stated John F. Gossart, Jr., a former judge for the Baltimore Immigration Court. “In essence, we’re doing death penalty cases in a traffic court ...
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  • USCIS Reaches FY 2019 H-1B Cap

    United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced on April 6, 2018 that the annual H-1B quota for the regular 65,000 Bachelor’s Degree Cap and the 20,000 U.S. Master’s Degree Cap has been met for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019. As per the regulations, all H-1B applications received within the first five days of the Cap have to be counted towards the lottery. USCIS has not yet announced ...
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