Tag: Deferred Action for childhood arrivals

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FileRight Immigration News – September 2018

Our immigration system is changing. We got your back if you want to stay informed with the latest on immigration news. Major changes, minor changes...

/ September 7, 2018
A federal judge in Brooklyn ordered the USCIS to once again accept initial and renewal DACA applications.

Federal Judge Opens Door for More DACA Applicants

In January a federal judge in California ordered the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services to once again accept applications for those eligible to renew...

/ February 14, 2018
The Donald Trump White House has released a list of priorities the administration is hoping is included in immigration reform.

What the White House wants on immigration reform

President Donald Trump and his administration outlined today what they are expecting when it comes to immigration reform. From border security, DACA and family migration,...

/ January 26, 2018
The USCIS is once again accepting renewal applications for DACA, deferred action

USCIS Revives DACA After Court Order

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced they will once again be accepting renewal applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. DACA...

/ January 15, 2018
Department of homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told the associated press the white house would consider a path to citizenship for DREAMers.

DHS Secretary: Immigration plan could include citizenship for DREAMers

The secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said recently the White House is open to discussing a pathway to citizenship for nearly 800,000...

/ January 3, 2018
Daca

Customer Story: Conor

Conor’s parents brought him to the United States before he could walk or talk. He grew up undocumented but saw an opportunity with former President...

/ August 24, 2017