Immigration

A Crise vai passar; as mudanças do presidente Trump devem durar

“A crise vai passar.” Essas são as palavras que tenho ouvido constantemente pela comunidade, e é verdade. Contudo, durante o período do COVID-19, muitas mudanças na imigração estão afetando a comunidade brasileira, e essas mudanças possivelmente vão durar mais tempo do que a pandemia. Primeiro, os escritórios da USCIS estão fechados, então entrevistas para o A Crise vai passar; as mudanças do presidente Trump devem durar

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 DACA is Dying: What You Need to Know

Annual conference Highlights and Notes – Wednesday, Day 1

By W. John Vandenberg Hello, Readers!  This week, Hogan and Vandenberg is at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) Annual Conference in Boston.  We’ll be blogging about the updates we learn while here. Day 1 was Wednesday.  Since I’m on the AILA Philadelphia Executive Committee, we receive leadership training that includes legislative updates. So, here’s Annual conference Highlights and Notes – Wednesday, Day 1