Each new administration will have a set of changes they would like to make to rules and regulations. These changes may come slowly, as most changes to the law need to go through the House, Senate, and the President. However, some changes can be made much more quickly by the President through Executive Orders. The Biden administration may take some time to address the changes made by Trump’s administration to the Read More
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The US Supreme Court overturned the injunction which prevented the Public Charge Final Rule from taking effect on October 15, 2019. As such, all adjustment of status (green card) applications postmarked on or after February 24, 2020 will be subject to this new set of policies. ONE of the major areas of focus is an applicant’s health status and insurance coverage. MEDICAID RECIPIENTS Provided that the applicant is Read More
On August 14, 2019, DHS published the Inadmissibility on Public Grounds final rule that codifies regulations governing the application of the public charge inadmissibility ground. The final rule goes into effect on Oct. 15, 2019 and will only be applied to applications and petitions postmarked on or after that date. The rule applies to applicants for admission, aliens applying for permanent residency, and those Read More
Hi! As you know I help people make the United States their permanent home, and have for many years, and that includes working diligently with clients going through the often complex, and most times difficult divorce process. I am proud to say that I have been chosen as an expert speaker at the National Association of Divorce Professionals annual conference where I will address immigration considerations during Read More
The Real ID Act is intended to prevent identity fraud, so starting on Oct. 1, 2020, all fliers who reside in the United States, even if they’re flying domestically, will need Real ID identification to pass through TSA security checkpoints at airports. DMV employees need to be able to verify an applicant’s identity and lawful status with USCIS. In order to get a Real ID-compliant license, residents must physically Read More