New Public Charge Rule Rescinded: How it Affects your Green Card Application?

A U.S. Federal Court in Illinois issued a decision rescinding the new Public Charge Rule of the Department of Homeland Security on November 2, 2020. The implementation by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) of the new Public Charge Rule is halted. Thus, this Rescinded Public Charge Rule shall

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What NY Businesses Should Learn From the United States v. Texas Immigration Decision

The Supreme Court’s decision in United States v. Texas this past June upheld a challenge to a pair of executive orders on immigration. While the political rancor continues on the issue of immigration, especially on the grand stage of election politics, businesses should remain vigilant in the evolution of immigration law

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“Certified” Translation of Documents Accompanying U.S. Immigration Visa Applications

Applicants for U.S. Immigration Visas must be accompanied by supporting documents from your nation of origin and “certified” translations of those documents are, typically, required. Applying for U.S. immigration visa can be a complex undertaking. Depending on the purpose of the visit to the United States, an applicant will have

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