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A new uscis policy means immigration officers can deny you applications for mistakes or omissions.

New USCIS policy: Errors can lead to application denials

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office has recently changed one of its policies. This policy change could lead to your application being...

/ September 21, 2018
Get the latest immigration news provided to you by FileRight.com. This update is for September.

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
This month's update deals with a major USCIS policy change, Trump threatens a shutdown and two federal judges deal blows to Trump immigration policies.

Immigration News Update: August 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...

/ August 7, 2018
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Immigration News Update: May 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...

/ May 3, 2018
A third federal judge has ruled DACA must be reinstated by the federal government.

Federal Judge Orders DACA Reinstated in Full, Maybe

The ruling came on a Tuesday night and could have major impacts on those eligible for DACA. U.S. District Court Judge John D Bates ruled...

/ April 25, 2018
National guard troops are expected to assist the border patrol in immigration enforcement along the Mexican border.

Troops arrive at the border

National Guard troops in Arizona, Texas, New Mexico and California have started arriving on the southern border after President Donald Trump ordered his administration to...

/ April 16, 2018
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Immigration News Update, April 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...

/ April 4, 2018
President Donald Trump announced he plans to send military forces to the United States southern border with Mexico.

Trump wants the military patrolling the Mexico border

The White House has announced President Donald Trump wants to send military forces to the southern border. The president made the remarks during a meeting...

/ April 4, 2018
The Census Bureau wants to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, multiple states are suing to stop it.

Census to include question about citizenship

The United States Census Bureau announced in March they will include a question about citizenship on the 2020 census. The bureau says an accurate count...

/ March 29, 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 Trump administration is challenging a ruling that forced them to reinstate the DACA program temporarily.

Trump administration challenging judge’s DACA ruling

The U.S. Justice Department announced they will be challenging a ruling that forced the federal government to restart the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program...

/ January 16, 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
The Department of Homeland Security is reporting a huge increase in deportation arrests made across the country while arrests at the border decline.

Deportation arrests are on the rise

Immigration and Customs Officers who arrest immigrants for deportation proceedings have picked up 40 percent more people this year compared to last year. The figures...

/ December 5, 2017
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Judge Rules Trump Must Fund Sanctuary Cities

CALIFORNIA – A federal judge has blocked an executive order signed by President Donald Trump that would cut federal funding to cities his administration feels...

/ November 21, 2017
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Justice Department Gives Final Warning to Sanctuary Cities

Seven cities or counties have been given a final order by the Department of Justice stating the government believes these areas are not complying with...

/ October 12, 2017
The USCIS is once again accepting renewal applications for DACA, deferred action

New Conservative DACA Bill Grants Citizenship After 15 Years

Republican Senators have unveiled a more conservative approach to solving what to do with the hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants brought to the...

/ September 27, 2017
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FileRight.com Partners with UNLV Immigration Clinic to Offer Free Help With DACA Renewal Forms

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (Sep. 13, 2017) — Online immigration software company FileRight.com is partnering with the University of Nevada Las Vegas Immigration Clinic to stand...

/ September 13, 2017
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What Are My Options After My DACA Status Expires?

On September 5, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security issued a Memorandum rescinding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Per the terms set forth in...

/ September 8, 2017
Department of homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told the associated press the white house would consider a path to citizenship for DREAMers.

Attorney General Announces End of DACA

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the end of the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. The program was created by former President Barack...

/ September 5, 2017
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What You Need to Know About the Reinstated Travel Ban

  WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court of the United States recently decided President Donald Trump’s travel ban will be reinstated, in part. The ban was...

/ July 7, 2017
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Trump Tells Young Undocumented Immigrants He’s Not After Them

WASHINGTON – During an interview with the Associated Press, President Donald Trump addressed concerns of young undocumented immigrants referred to as DREAMers. In the interview,...

/ April 24, 2017
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Tech Companies Argue Against Second Trump travel ban

A group of 162 tech companies have signed on to oppose President Donald Trump’s second executive order seeking to ban travel to the United States...

/ April 21, 2017
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Inspector General: ICE Not Effectively Managing Deportations

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General has just issued a report detailing how Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is...

/ April 20, 2017
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Economists Urge Trump to Modernize Immigration System

A group of nearly 1500 economists have sent a letter to President Donald Trump and congressional leaders touting the importance of immigration to the U.S....

/ April 12, 2017
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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