News

Asylum Seekers Turned Away at Border

Immigration News

Officers at the border have allegedly been denying asylum to those fleeing their home country, violating international law.

Read more

Suit Seeks Protection of Asylum Seekers

Immigration News

A judge has granted nationwide class action status to a case aimed at protecting asylum-seekers in the US who are not notified of the 1 year asylum ru...

Read more

Protect Families Act

Immigration News

Senate members have introduced new legislation in an effort to prevent the creation of immigrant-related registry programs under the next presidency.

Read more

USCIS Updates Processing Times

Immigration News

USCIS is making it easier to understand processing times at each Service Center!

Read more

Happy AILA Anniversary!

Office Updates

Attorney Hadley Bajramovic celebrates her 10th year as a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)!

Read more

DACA’s Eligible for In-State Tuition in GA

Deferred Action, Immigration News

DACA's living in Georgia are now eligible for in-state tuition, which is a third of the cost of out-of-state tuition expenses.

Read more

Boston Police Detain Immigrants for ICE

Community Events, Immigration News

Despite the city's Trust Act, aimed to protect immigrants, the Boston police detained 9 immigrants for deportation in 2015.

Read more

USCIS Online Tool: Haiti & Cuban Family Reunification Parole

Family Based Immigration, Immigration News

USCIS launched an online tool to help those who qualify for Haitian or Cuban Family Reunification Parole programs, available to family-based petitione...

Read more

US Citizens Detained & Deported

Family Based Immigration, Immigration News

Hundreds of US citizens are detained every year, some of whom are even deported, without the chance to prove their citizenship.

Read more

LA Unveils Fund for Undocumented Community

Community Events, Immigration News

The Los Angeles local government has unveiled plans to start a $10 million fund in providing legal representation for undocumented residents.

Read more