Category: News

Individual using FileRight.com Online Software to complete immigration applications

FileRight.com Aims to Help Immigrants File Paperwork Before USCIS Fees Increase

FileRight.com, an online software company that has made the confusing immigration application process simple and worry-free with step-by-step instructions and access to immigration lawyers, urges...

/ December 8, 2016
FileRight_NYC_times_square_med_hdr

New York Continues to Help Undocumented Immigrants

Politicians in the state of New York are continuing to fight on behalf of undocumented immigrants in their jurisdictions. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City...

/ December 17, 2015
FileRight_FWD-US_post

Fwd.us speaks out against anti-immigration

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and other technologists started an activist group, Fwd.us, in 2013 with the hope that it would have the power to affect...

/ December 3, 2015
White-House

White House fights back against DACA Delays

Leaders in Texas have attempted to gather enough support among other state governments to block President Obama’s executive order that would grant deportation relief to millions of undocumented immigrants already...

/ December 1, 2015
FileRight_Capitol_building

Both sides of immigration reform spar over the issues

The lack of movement on immigration reform has been widely publicized lately in light of Paul Ryan’s election to Speaker of the House and the...

/ November 27, 2015
FileRight_US-flag_Texas-flag

Immigrant reform supporters march on Texas governor’s mansion

It’s been a year since President Obama announced an executive order that would grant deportation relief to millions of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. To...

/ November 27, 2015
FileRight_tv_media_hdr_med

Immigration reform activists turn to ads to spread message

As next year’s presidential election gets closer, controversial issues such as immigration reform will be thrust into the spotlight more and more often. One of the...

/ November 27, 2015
FileRight_USCIS_billion_spent_little_progress

U.S. government yet to successfully get immigration documents online

Over the last decade, the Department of Homeland Security has spent more than $1 billion in an effort to digitize the forms necessary for legal immigration into...

/ November 12, 2015
FileRight_Immigration_Reform_Sign

Immigration reform support remains strong in Texas

Texas has long been one of the states that has had to tackle the controversial issue of immigration reform head on, simply because of its geographic location. Texas...

/ November 12, 2015
FileRight_California_politicians_immigration_hdr

Californian politicians vow to fight for immigration action despite Speaker delays

The issue of immigration continues to take center stage in the political arena. Vows against positive immigration reform have popped up consistently in the campaigns of Republican...

/ November 12, 2015
FileRight_Speak_out_hdr

Hispanic leaders speak up on Trump and immigration reform

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump recently hosted the popular sketch show “Saturday Night Live” to mixed reactions across the country. In his campaign thus far, Trump...

/ November 12, 2015
FileRight_Obama_Stand_Strong2

Become a U.S. Citizen During President Obama’s Stand Stronger Campaign

In September, the Obama administration launched the Stand Stronger Campaign, a new initiative that encourages green card holders to apply for U.S. citizenship. There are...

/ October 26, 2015
FileRight_Obama_Stand_Strong2

Stand Stronger with Obama — Become a U.S. Citizen!

The Obama administration recently launched the Stand Stronger campaign, a new initiative aimed at encouraging green card holders (lawful permanent residents) to apply for U.S....

/ October 1, 2015
FileRight_Media_Debate_Immigration_hdr

Four Immigration Facts the Republican Candidates Got Wrong in the GOP Debate

CNN’s Republican debate was probably the hottest item on TV last night. But what about what the candidates actually said? Let’s look at 4 things...

/ September 17, 2015
FileRight_Immigration_Reform_Sign

Marco Rubio: A leader on immigration reform?

With the presidential election season in full swing, FileRight will be periodically reviewing the candidates for their stances on immigration. Today we begin this series...

/ July 29, 2015
Flickr: Gage Skidmore

Sanctuary Cities: What are they & why is Trump involved?

In the aftermath of the tragic killing of Kate Steinle, allegedly by an undocumented immigrant, the country is divided in its support for sanctuary cities....

/ July 29, 2015
Flickr: Nicola Raymond

Registration Deadline for Somalia TPS Friday, July 31

Somalians living in the U.S. with Temporary Protected Status must re-register by Friday, Jul. 31 or risk losing their status and work authorization. Somalians who re-register will...

/ July 27, 2015
Flickr: Francisco Osorio

The DACA Work Permit Recall: What You Need to Know

This article was updated on July 18, 2015. It wrongly stated that ALL persons with 3-year work permits should return them, when in fact only...

/ July 16, 2015
Flickr: chany crystal / Creative Commons

Nepal Immigrants Now Eligible for Temporary Protected Status

Two months after Nepal was struck with a deadly 7.8 earthquake, the Department of Homeland Security has designated the country for special immigration protections. Nepalis living...

/ June 25, 2015
FileRight_Immigrant-heritage-month_hdr

Immigrant Heritage Month Celebrates Diversity

What’s your American story? That’s the question we’re asking people and communities across the United States throughout Immigrant Heritage Month. Whether you can trace your...

/ June 25, 2015
Flickr: A&M-Commerce / Creative Commons

#Freedom2Innovate Highlights Immigration’s Benefits to Economy

In an effort to emphasize the importance of immigrants to the economy and the dramatic consequences of a broken immigration system, the tech-funded immigrant rights...

/ March 24, 2015