January 23, 2023 Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized

Asylum Applicants Can Now File Form I-765 Online

Asylum Applicants Can Now File Form I-765 Online U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced that certain asylum applicants can now file Form I-765, Application for Employment Authorization, online. Effective immediately, applicants for employment authorization under category (c)(8), Pending Asylum and Withholding of Removal Applicants and Applicants for Pending Asylum under the

January 18, 2023 Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized

CBPOne Guide in Russian for T42 Exemptions

CBPOne Guide in Russian for T42 Exemptions Please note that the guide is not perfect; it was drafted with a sense of urgency given the situation. Please be understanding with me about mistakes. Many thanks to everyone who helped draft, including special thanks to Tehmina Avagyan for translating. The goal

January 3, 2023 Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized

Biden’s border crisis: Our immigration courts have a 2,023,441 case backlog and it’s more than we can handle

Biden’s border crisis: Our immigration courts have a 2,023,441 case backlog and it’s more than we can handle The Border Patrol had more than 2.2 million encounters with illegal crossers between ports of entry on the Southwest border in fiscal 2022. A recent report from the DHS Inspector General indicates that most of the illegal crossers are not

December 1, 2022 Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized

What Biden Has Gotten Right on Immigration

What Biden Has Gotten Right on Immigration President Biden’s handling of immigration is the subject of intense scrutiny and criticism from all sides. Much of this criticism is right, but the president has also implemented many positive policies. While it often acted too slowly and has much more to do,

© Copyright 2015-2022
Developed by ArtKatana

";