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Jul 24, 2020

Permanent Residents Struggle to Prove That They are Authorized to Work in the United States

Delays in processing documents has created a crisis for some Lawful Permanent Residents since the ability to work is tied to demonstrating work authorization and identity. For Permanent Residents, this usually means presenting a Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card (“Green Card”) or a temporary stamp in their passport which shows that they are waiting for a Green Card to be delivered that they are approved to receive. For those who can’t get the stamp and haven’t received the card, they may not be able to work. Fortunately, there are some mechanisms in place to spur the agency which oversees this process to deliver the necessary documentation.

Mar 3, 2020

U.S. Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds (Final Rule)

A week since the implementation of the Public Charge Grounds (Final Rule), we offer a summary and assessment of its impact. Gain a general understanding of the Public Charge Final Rule and an analysis useful to determining whether someone is likely to be excluded or removed as a public charge in this blog.

Dec 19, 2018

USCIS Revises Guidelines for I-751 Interviews

In a reversal of policy initially formed under the administrations’ “extreme vetting”, USCIS officers now have the discretion to waive interviews for I-751 petitioners seeking to remove conditions of their permanent residency provided that they have presented sufficient documentary evidence and meet other requirements.