New Asylum Regulation Proposed

22 Jun No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized , ,

New Asylum Regulation Proposed On June 15, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice proposed a 161-page regulation that would greatly restrict our country’s asylum system. There is a 30-day period for the public to comment on the proposed rule. The government states the proposed rule will “more

Troubled USCIS Reviewing All Contracts in Effort to Cut Spending

9 Jun No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized , ,

Troubled USCIS Reviewing All Contracts in Effort to Cut Spending Faced with a coronavirus-driven budget crunch and potential furloughs next month, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services told contractors Wednesday that the agency is “reviewing its entire contract portfolio and future requirements to prioritize those that provide the most critical mission

‘The Bizarro-World’ Immigration Courts Where the Constitution Isn’t Applied

5 Jun No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized , ,

‘The Bizarro-World’ Immigration Courts Where the Constitution Isn’t Applied Detainees can be held for weeks or months before seeing a judge. The Justice Department gave “the word of the agency under penalty of perjury” that it would fix that—but only in NY Gustavo Alzate, a 34-year-old property manager for a