Blog 2018-06-05T01:49:44-08:00
U.S./Canada/Mexico Border Closures Will Remain in Effect for Non-Essential Travel Through June 22nd
Summary: Chad Wolf, the acting Secretary of the U.S. Department
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Certain USCIS Field Offices in SoCal Set to Reopen in June for In-Person Interviews
BRIEFING On March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily
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Peters v Barr – A New Era in Ineffective Assistance of Counsel?
Last month, a panel of judges on the Ninth Circuit
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Significant AAO Decision Designation Helps Facilitate Transfer of Senior Executives
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has issued a policy
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Canada and Mexico Update – Who is Essential?
In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the United States
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Temporary Policy Changes for Foreign Medical Graduates During COVID-19 Crisis
Briefing On May 11, 2020, USCIS issued a memorandum introducing
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The J-1 Visa Option for Physicians & Medical Scholars
Medical scholars and physicians commonly participate in the J-1 Exchange
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Bipartisan Bill to Reallocate 40,000 Unused Green Cards to Nurses and Doctors Introduced in Senate
In honor of the sacrifices and life-saving contributions of our
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Obtaining I-551 Stamp as Evidence of Conditional Lawful Permanent Residency during COVID-19
It’s never been a simple task for conditional lawful permanent
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AMA Requests Travel Ban Exemption for Medical Graduates
Immigration benefits for foreign doctors, nurses, and other medical workers
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