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What the President's New Immigration Executive Order Really Means

The President's immigration executive order grabbed headlines but the practical impact was negligible. Find out more about what the new executive order really means and who it impacts.

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USCIS Policy Changes in response to COVID-19

Changes in premium processing and signature pages are the latest developments from the USCIS in response to COVID-19.

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USCIS Adopts Signature Confirmation for Secure Document Delivery

The USCIS will begin using the U.S. Postal Service’s (USPS) Signature Confirmation Restricted Delivery service to help secure delivery of documents such as Green Cards and Employment Authorization (EAD) Cards.

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USCIS Expands In-Person Interview Requirements

USCIS will begin imposing the requirement of an in-person interview across the board for employment-based permanent residence applicants. What does this mean for you and your employer?

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What Happens if the H-4 EAD Program is Terminated?

The H-4 EAD program offers spouses of H-1B visa holders the ability to obtain work authorization in the U.S., but the current administration is considering termination of this program.

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8,543 Green Cards Recalled Due to Production Error

The USCIS is recalling over 8,500 Green Cards after a production error printed an incorrect date on each of them. The error relates to approvals for Form I-751 – Petition to Remove Conditions of Residence for the spouses of U.S. citizens – that were mailed earlier in the year.

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