Immigration Law

Обновленная информация о Президентской Прокламации (декларации) от 22 апреля о приостановлении въезда иммигрантов

Как вы все уже знаете, президент Трамп подписал Президентскую Прокламацию, согласно которой 23 апреля в 23:59 было приостановлено въезд в Соединенные Штаты определенных категорий иммигрантов. Так что это значит для вас, вашей семьи или вашего бизнеса? Как и во многих вещах в жизни, некоторым иммигрантам повезло, некоторым не повезло, а некоторым, вероятно, не хватает времени.

DACA is Dying: What You Need to Know

By W. John Vandenberg It hurts to write this title.  But we also need to be honest about where we are now.  Because DACA is dying. In case you missed it, on September 5, Attorney General Jeffrey Beauregard Sessions announced the “winding down” of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”).  There are a lot of

New Rules for Life Under the Trump Administration

by W. John Yahya Vandenberg So, as you know, President Trump is rapidly issuing Executive Orders. Some of these orders are having major impacts on immigrants and other persons who are not (yet) U.S. citizens. In light of these developments, we have the following recommendations for persons who are not U.S. citizens: 1. If you

Stateside Waivers: A Year of Improvements

By Katelyn M. Hufe, Esq. Last year’s AILA Conference in San Francisco came just 3 months after USCIS launched the provisional waiver program.  Now, USCIS has had over a year to work out kinks in the program.  The result: a 62% application approval rate, increasing clarity in standards and procedures, and the reopening, review and

Some good news — citizenship has staying power!

This just came in from the LA Times.  Really positive to see that there is real, hardheaded progress towards comprehensive immigration reform.  About a month ago, AILA had our monthly chapter meeting in Philadelphia.  Sen. Bob Casey came to give a short talk on what he was seeing on Capitol Hill, and after him a

Welcome to the Immigration Law Monitor

Hello, and welcome to our blog. The Immigration Law Monitor, published by Hogan & Vandenberg LLC, is meant to keep folks up to date on the goings-on within the sphere of immigration law in the United States and around the globe. Our partners, W. John Vandenberg of the Philadelphia, PA office (Bala Cynwyd, to be