Mass. Rolls Out Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

The Massachusetts RMV is preparing to receive more than 100,000 expected driver's license applications from undocumented immigrants over the next 6 months, following a new...

Premium Processing Available for F, M, or J Changes of Status

USCIS announced on June 12 that premium processing will now be available on changes of status to F, M, or J nonimmigrant statuses. Filing Form...

Cornell’s Immigration Law and Policy Research Program Appoints Attorney Dan Berger as Fellow

Cornell Law School welcomes Attorney Dan Berger as a nonresident academic fellow at their Immigration Law and Policy Research Program, along with Amy Nice, Theresa...

TPS designations extended for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal and Nicaragua

The Department of Homeland Security has rescinded the prior administration's termination of Temporary Protected Status designations for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, and Nicaragua. Eligible nationals...

NACUANOTE on Academic Liability

NACUA (National Association of College and University Attorneys) recently published an article titled "Academic Immigration and Liability: Risks and Responses," which cites Attorney Dan Berger...

Supreme Court Rules Biden Can End “Remain in Mexico” Policy

On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that the Biden Administration could cancel the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy, which required authorities either...

Great news for Asylum Law – new rule surrounding dual nationality

On June 28, 2022, in Zepeda-Lopez et al. v Garland, the Second Circuit overruled a long-standing Board of Immigration Appeals case holding that an asylum...

Biden’s Enforcement Memo is Currently Being Blocked in Court; Further Updates Pending

Biden's enforcement memo telling ICE to only detain priority immigrants is being blocked for now in court.  Currently, ICE is not allowed to use the...

ENTREPRENEUR PAROLE RULE

Coalition for International Entrepreneurship Sends Open Letter Recommending Changes to International Entrepreneur Parole: On February 1, 2022, 36 organizations and individuals from the immigration and...

How U.S. Universities and Colleges can Support Displaced Ukrainians

FLYER_Briefing How US Institutions can support displaced Ukrainians