Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, is currently residing in Los Angeles, with his wife, Meghan Markle, and son, Archie. The British-born Prince Harry’s U.S. immigration status is surrounded by speculation. This does not affect Meghan or Archie as they are U.S » Read More
Certain Nonimmigrant Visa Processing to Recommence
The U.S. Department of State has announced new visa processing procedures after President Biden allowed the expiration of visa restrictions that had barred entry for numerous temporary workers. These included multinational managers and executives, specialty occupation employees, non-agricultural laborers (including landscapers, camp counselors, resort employees), au pairs, and exchange students, and many others. » Read More
On March 18, 2021, the House passed two bills designed to create paths to legalization for certain groups of immigrants. Both the Dream and Promise Act of 2021 and the Farm Workforce Modernization Act have been sent to the Senate. » Read More
Undocumented Immigrants in New Jersey Can Receive Driver’s Licenses
Residents of New Jersey are now eligible to apply for a state driver’s license regardless of an undocumented immigration status.
Those applying for the driver’s license are required to show proof of age, identity, and residence to start the application process. » Read More
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a new feature called myUploads from E-Verify that will help employees and individuals resolve their E-Verify DHS Tentative Nonconfirmations (TNCs) electronically. This can be done by uploading images of their documentation as a JPEG, PNG, or PDF through a computer or smart device. » Read More
President Joe Biden announced yesterday that he has appointed Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the administration’s efforts to stem the flow of migrants seeking entry into the United States. As the number seeking to cross the U.S. southern border continues to soar, Harris will address this issue by seeking cooperation with Mexico and the Northern Triangle countries. » Read More
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) disclosed in a Federal Court filing that it is ending the use of family detention and transitioning it to short-term facilities. These facilities will release families after no more than 72 hours.
ICE presented this declaration in filings made in the Flores Settlement Agreement. » Read More