Filing for Temporary Protected Status (TPS): How do I show continuous physical presence?
Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”) is a program that the United States Congress created in 1990 to protect immigrants from countries that have become too dangerous to return to. TPS is part of U.S. Immigration Law, but it’s up to the Secretary of Homeland Security to decide when a country should appear on the list of […]
The Current State of DACA
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) has been in the news so much over the past few years that it’s hard to keep track of the changes. The DACA program is not based on settled immigration law, which is why federal judges are able to keep stopping and starting and stopping it again. Until Congress […]
Current ICE Enforcement Priorities
From the day of his inauguration, President Joe Biden’s approach to U.S. immigration law has been dramatically different than President Trump’s. Most notably, Biden significantly narrowed the scope of immigration enforcement for violations of immigration laws, directing officers to focus their resources mainly on high-priority individuals who could become a threat to public safety or […]