U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services today announced a regulatory change to provide greater flexibility in the processing of initial employment authorization documents (commonly called EADs) for asylum applicants by removing the burdensome and agency-imposed 30-day time frame. The final rule becomes effective on Aug. 21. U.S. Citizenship
Suspending work permits for foreign graduates would be a terrible mistake for US economy A college education is a major U.S. export that benefits both the universities and economy. Tweets of travel bans reverberate through deserted terminals. Consequences of visa cancellations echo in desolate embassies. Murmurs of work permit suspensions
Supreme Court rules asylum seeker cannot challenge removal Washington (CNN)In a win for the Department of Homeland Security, the Supreme Court said Thursday that a Sri Lankan farmer who lost his bid for asylum in the United States after immigration officials ordered his removal could not challenge that decision in federal court.
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
White House prepares new immigration limits, using coronavirus as cover Washington (CNN)The Trump administration is preparing to roll out another set of restrictions on legal immigration, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, even as it argues for the reopening of the US economy, according to sources familiar with the deliberations. Despite