The USCIS has sent an email discussing how they will react to requests from those affected by Hurricane IRMA (and presumably other similar hardship events.
(News and views from IBLF staff and attorneys)
FREE DACA CLINICS
While IBLF is providing reduced rate DACA renewals for all, not just prior IBLF clients, there are some mass production clinics organized to file renewal applications for those who do NOT have the funds to do so otherwise. IBLF will be trying to participate in one or more of these events which will be held at various locations in Virginia, and also around the region. This is a link to the Free DACA Clinic page setup by one of our better local politicians, Alfonzo Lopez ---> Click Here.
Attorney General Sessions has cancelled the DACA program as of September 5, 2017, while providing a period for current DACA beneficiaries whose status will expire prior to March 5, 2018, to renew their applications for an additional 2 year period.
The USCIS has issued policy guidance to define Extreme Hardship as it should be applied by immigration officers adjudicating waivers and other applications which require such a showing.
Anuncio de la expansión de la dispensa I-601A
El 29 de julio de 2016, el Servicio de Inmigración de los Estados Unidos (USCIS, por sus siglas en inglés) anunció una expansión de la elegibilidad de la dispensa I-601A (por presencia ilegal) a todos las personas que legalmente sean elegible.
The US CIS has just announced in the Federal Register its proposed new fee schedule, which will significantly increase the cost of immigration filings. This announcement is available at
Question Detail: My retail business has experienced some loss, and I want to see if it qualifies as a troubled business under the EB-5 program. What does USCIS consider a troubled business for EB-5 investment purposes? What proof will I need to provide to show that it is troubled? If I currently have 8 employees, and get an EB-5 investor to invest, will they just have to preserve those jobs or create new ones?
Question Detail: If I make the $500,000 investment, roughly how much can I expect to pay for EB-5 immigration in total? I also would like to know specifically what the mandatory fees are at each stage of the application, and what other costs I should expect throughout the whole process?