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November 2019 Archives

Immigration fees might be increasing soon

There is a chance that the cost of immigrating to the United States will get more expensive in the upcoming months. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a fee-supported agency, which means that it relies solely on the money it earns to support it. As things stand now, the agency will be grossly underfunded in the upcoming year.

Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in Dreamers matter

The week starting Nov. 11, 2019, is a big one for immigrants who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The United States Supreme Court is going to begin hearing arguments about the program starting on Nov. 12. With the fate of the program hanging in the balance, activists and DACA participants marched to Washington, DC, from New York City, arriving on November 11.

Helping foreign children adjust to local schools

Immigrating to the United States is an exciting time for many families. For those who have school-aged children, helping the foreign students to adjust to the new schools becomes a priority. There are several ways that parents and other trusted adults can help these kids.

Certifications make big changes for immigration guidelines

There are many things that a person who immigrates to the United States must consider when they are going through the process of applying to come or are trying to fight a removal. The guidelines for these cases change often, partly because Attorney General William Barr can issue rulings in an instant about how immigration courts can interpret laws.

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