Blog Posts in August, 2018

  • Immigration Judges Deny More Asylum Seekers

    According to a new study by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University, the number of “credible fear of prosecution” asylum cases has significantly dropped this year. Researchers found that immigration judges found asylum seeks had provided enough evidence to claim they had a credible fear in 14.7 percent of cases heard since January, which is about half as often ...
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  • Updated Guidance regarding NTA Issuance (Implementation Pending)

    USCIS recently announced an update in its guidance regarding the issuance of Notices to Appear (NTAs), Form I-862. An NTA is a charging document that is issued to foreign nationals placing them in removal proceedings and directing them to appear before an Immigration Judge. The new USCIS Policy Memorandum entitled: Updated Guidance for the Referral of Cases and Issuance of Notices to Appear (NTAs) ...
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  • How to Choose the Right Immigration Attorney

    The U.S. immigration process can be highly complex and treacherous, especially in this current political climate. When you are navigating through the convoluted system, you will want an attorney that can best handle your case. A skilled immigration lawyer can make a substantial difference in your case. In fact, many people lose their cases simply because they didn’t have any legal representation, ...
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  • USCIS Proposes a New Denaturalization Taskforce

    Recently, USCIS announced the start of a new office which will focus on naturalized American citizens who are under suspicion of having used fraudulent means to obtain their citizenship and seek to denaturalize them. The cases targeted will be those of immigrants who were previously ordered deported or removed and are suspected of using false identities to later obtain lawful permanent residence ...
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