March 12, 2019. The Trump administration has consented to halting the termination of Honduran TPS, at least until U.S. federal courts make decisions in various lawsuits that have been filed over the administration's string of TPS terminations.
March 1, 2019. Based on a court order, the U.S. government must maintain Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for immigrants from Sudan, Nicaragua, Haiti, and El Salvador. Thus USCIS has automatically extended EADs and other proof-of-status documents until January 2, 2020.
Effective Date: March 1, 2019 For reasons of both finances and avoiding hassle, it would be worth submitting the older version of Form I-539 as soon as possible before the March 21, 2019 receipt deadline, after which only the newer version will be accepted.
January 28, 2019 You can now use your asylum receipt code to see whether USCIS has received your case, whether your interview with an asylum officer has scheduled, or whether a decision was reached in your case.
January 18, 2019 If you were an au pair in the U.S. on a J-1 visa between January 1, 2009, and October 28, 2018, keep an eye on the news and the email address you used then; lawyers may be in touch about your share of the settlement once it's finalized.
January 17, 2019 For people who are not in detention, immigration court hearings will not go forward during the federal government shutdown. Make sure that you still meet any filing deadlines and get notice of your new hearing date once the government reopens.
January 3, 2019. A few of the answers you'll need to supply to the 100 possible questions on the naturalization civics exam have changed, depending in part on where you live and who won recent elections in your state.