This week’s round-up of the biggest, need-to-know immigration news, brought to you by Boundless Immigration.
The Immigrant Visa backlog at the NVC fell by around 4,000 cases this month, but it appears there’s more to the numbers than meets the eye.
An archive of the biggest, need-to-know immigration news for the week ending in September 16, 2022, brought to you by Boundless Immigration.
Boundless spoke with Roll Call’s Suzanne Monyak about her experience covering immigration policy in Washington, D.C.
Organizations, networks, and apps for Hispanics living in the U.S.
With new DACA applications barred since last year, the Dreamers who remain wait for an appeals court to decide their fate.
An archive of the biggest, need-to-know immigration news for the week ending in September 9, 2022, brought to you by Boundless Immigration.
The Biden administration unveiled its final version of the “public charge rule” for green card and visa applicants, part of a multi-year effort to unwind a Trump-era policy that immigrant and civil rights advocates widely decried as a discriminatory wealth… View Article
The public charge rule aimed to reduce eligible green card and visa holders, by redefining what made them depend on public benefits or likely to. The rule is no longer in effect.
The U.S. Department of State released its latest Visa Bulletin. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward.