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New Lawsuit Challenges Biden Administration Covid-19 Visa Policies – Immigration News for April 16, 2021

New Lawsuit Challenges Biden Administration Covid-19 Visa Policies – Immigration News for April 16, 2021 Peri B. Edelman | April 16, 2021 New Lawsuit Challenges the Biden Administration Covid-19 Visa Policies A new lawsuit challenges the State Department’s refusal to issue visas in countries the Biden administration maintains coronavirus-related restrictions on entering the United States. […]
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ICE Deportations & Arrests Fall Sharply – Immigration News for April 9, 2021

ICE Deportations & Arrests Fall Sharply – Immigration News for April 9, 2021 Peri B. Edelman | April 9, 2021 Deportations and Arrests Fall Sharply ICE has significantly decreased its arrests and deportations of immigrants in the United States during the Biden Administration, as the new administration redirects enforcement within the U.S. to focus on […]
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H-1B Cap Season Update for Fiscal Year 2022 – Immigration News for April 2, 2021

H-1B Cap Season Update for Fiscal Year 2022 – Immigration News for April 2, 2021 Peri B. Edelman | April 2, 2021 H-1B Cap Season Update for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 On March 30, 2021, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced it received enough electronic registrations during the initial registration period to reach the […]
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Beware of These 5 Immigration Scams

Beware of These 5 Immigration Scams Peri B. Edelman | March 30, 2021 In 2016, Josefa Siverio was charged in Miami for immigration fraud. Claiming to be an “immigration consultant,” she charged clients thousands of dollars in fees to prepare and submit petitions. Instead of directing their checks and money orders to the USCIS, she […]
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Department of Labor Proposes Delaying Prevailing Wage Rule – Immigration News for March 26, 2021

Department of Labor Proposes Delaying Prevailing Wage Rule – Immigration News for March 26, 2021 Peri B. Edelman | March 26, 2021 Three of my clients were issued green cards yesterday. One of my male clients received a green card under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and the other two clients through their T […]
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House Passes DACA & TPS Bills – Immigration News for March 19, 2021

House Passes DACA & TPS Bills – Immigration News for March 19, 2021 Peri B. Edelman | March 19, 2021 House Passes 2 Immigration Bills Yesterday that Could Establish a Pathway to Citizenship for Millions This bill is for “Dreamers” that is recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and individuals who have Temporary […]
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