In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS is extending deadline flexibility to applicants and petitioners responding to Requests for Evidence.
The CDC is expected to issue an order ending the use of Title 42 at the U.S.-Mexico border to expel aslyum-seekers and families.
USCIS said it planned to set new goals to reduce wait times, expand premium processing, and provide relief for immigrant workers.
Biden proposed a $5.8 trillion dollar 2023 budget containing $56.7 billion for DHS, $6.3 billion for refugee programs and $1.4 for immigration courts.
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DHS ended the Trump-era expansion of the policy, which allows ICE to deport unocumented immigrants without a hearing by an immigration judge.
One third of all new cases in U.S. immigration courts are children under the age of 18, and of those cases, 40 percent are toddlers under the age of four.
Supreme Court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson has issued four opinions relating to immigration, with varying outcomes for immigrants.
DHS designated Afghanistan for TPS, allowing over 74,000 Afghan nationals present in the United States to apply for protection from deportation.
There was no significant movement in the overall green card backlog in February 2022.