EOIR and the Department of Justice have announced that all hearings in non-detained cases are cancelled through at least July 10th. Hearings scheduled during this… Read More »Non-Detained Hearings Cancelled Through at Least July 10th.
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EOIR and the Department of Justice have announced that all hearings in non-detained cases are postponed through at least July 6th.
USCIS has reopened for limited operations. Naturalization interviews have resumed with restrictions. USCIS has not announced when interviews for other benefits or when biometrics appointments… Read More »USCIS Resumes Limited Operations Including Naturalization Interviews
EOIR and the Department of Justice have announced that all hearings in non-detained cases are postponed through Friday June 12, 2020. Read more.
On March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily suspended in-person services at its field offices, asylum offices, and application support centers (ASCs) to help… Read More »USCIS Offices Preparing to Reopen on June 4th
In Banuelos Galviz v. Barr, a published decision issued on March 25, 2020, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals rules against the government, overruling the… Read More »Tenth Circuit Rules a Notice of Hearing Does Not Stop Time for Cancellation of Removal
USCIS has announced that they will no longer require original signatures on applications. Scans/faxes/or copies of an original signature will be sufficient to submit any… Read More »USCIS Adjusts Original Signature Requirements
The Department of Justice’s Immigration Court system (EOIR) announced that it will suspend all non-detained hearings through April 10th in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.… Read More »Executive Office of Immigration Review Suspends all Non-Detained Hearings
On March 17th USCIS officially announced that field offices nationwide will cancel all appointment through April 1st in response to COVID-19. Applicants who were already… Read More »USCIS Cancels all Appointments Through April 1st