House Democrats on Tuesday demanded that the Trump administration provide its plan to reunify more than 500 undocumented children who remain separated from their parents as a result of the government’s zero-toleranc Source: Dems demand plan for reunifying 500 children still separated from families | TheHill
DOJ provided information on EADs for TPS beneficiaries from El Salvador, stating that USCIS automatically extended the validity of certain EADs through 3/4/19. USCIS will mail a Notice of Continued Evidence of Work Authorization to individuals eligible for the additional 180-day automatic extension.
Source: What happened to the migrant children separated from their parents by the Trump administration? – The Washington Post
Source: Companies Say Trump Is Hurting Business by Limiting Legal Immigration – The New York Times
Two months ago, then-ABA president Hilarie Bass went to South Texas to see the effects of the Trump administration’s family separation policy. There, she promised that the ABA would not stop working until every family was reunited and every detainee was given the due process they’re legally entitled to. Source: ABA president travels to South Read more→
Source: U.S. denying passports to American citizens along Mexico border – The Washington Post
Source: Deportation | federal court sentences man deported 10 times | News & Observer
USCIS announced that it is extending the previously announced temporary suspension of premium processing for cap-subject H-1B petitions and, beginning 9/11/18, will be expanding this temporary suspension to include certain additional H-1B petitions. The suspension is expected to last until 2/19/19.
(DOJ Press Release) On August 15, Judge Thomas F. Hogan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia entered an order that revoked the naturalized U.S. citizenship of a convicted war criminal. The court held that defendant Edin Dzeko, a native of the former Yugoslavia, procured his U.S. citizenship illegally and by concealment Read more→
Source: What Happens to Unaccompanied Minors In Court? – The Atlantic