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Does the Federal Government Shutdown Affect Your Immigration Case?

  As the U.S. government shutdown continues, many foreign nationals are asking if and how this may impact them. Who is affected by the government shutdown? The following are the government programs that are affected by the shutdown: EB-5 Immigrant Investor Regional Center Program. Please note, that this only concerns Regional Center Investor Program, not […]

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How new “Public Charge” Rule Affects Your Immigration Case?

There are two public charge provisions: a ground ofinadmissibility, and a ground of deportability. The first applies toindividuals, seeking entry to the United States. The second applies to those,who are already present in the U.S. In the light of recent changes to immigration policy and, specifically, to the “public charge” rule, it is important to […]

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Root Law Group Supports U.S. Senators Asking USCIS to Stop Punishing International Students

On August 9, USCIS issued a new guidance, changing thepolicy on accrued unlawful presence by nonimmigrant student and exchangevisitors. According the new policy, “individuals on student visas wouldimmediately begin accruing unlawful presence in the United States if they leftschool or worked without authorization, even if they were never notified of theviolation by USCIS or an […]

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