Thank you to everyone who joined our Q&A session on August 11, 2020. We hope we were able to provide you valuable information regarding on going immigration policy changes. The questions we received were addressed anonymously and our responses are available on our Facebook page. We hope to speak with you all again soon!
Thank you to everyone who was able to join our virtual panel, Immigration and Immigrant Communities During COVID-19, and/or submitted responses to our RSVP. We know the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting many aspects of our lives as more issues and concerns are rising for individuals and families. We hope the information and resources we provided […]
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, USCIS has released an alert regarding public charge and the use of different forms of assistance during this time. On their public charge website, USCIS states that medical treatment and preventive services will not negatively affect any applicant’s public charge analysis. Specifically, it will not consider testing, treatment or preventative care such as […]
Due to the health concerns caused o the Ebola epidemic, the USCIS has protected citizens of the these three West African nations by permitting them to stay and work legally for 18 months. In order to qualify for TPS, applicants must have been, “continuously residing” in the United States since Nov. 20, 2014 and “continuously […]
In this editorial, “Thanks, with Criticism: Why the Proposed Rule Change for H-4 Visa Holders is Not Enough, and What You Should Do About It,” published by the most widely circulated newspaper serving the Indian community in the United States, India Abroad, Tina R. Goel explains USCIS’s proposed H-4 employment rules and analyzes the reasons […]
Click on the link below to read Tina’s comments on the proposed H-4 work authorization rule. Comments on H-4 Regulation Comments are due to DHS by July 11, 2014.
On March 26, 2014 Mark joined Edward De Leon of the Urban Institute and the University of Maryland Asian American Studies Program in a workshop designed to understand, discuss and tackle the tough issues of immigration reform, acceptance of immigrants at the University and the role that students can play in the national discourse on […]
In this New York State Bar piece Tina provides eight tips for new practitioners in their first jobs. Lawyers often say that while law school taught them how to analyze and argue like a lawyer it did not prepare them for the realities of working in a law firm. Tina uses her experience both working […]
In this editorial Mark Shmueli and Washington College of Law Professor Jayesh Rathod outline the urgent need for immigration reform but present a perspective which is often overlooked in the media’s coverage of the immigration debate; the role that immigrants and their supporters have taken in changing the dynamics of the discussion. Mark and […]
On February 21, 2014 over 200 people attended a full day two track symposium on Asylum law in the United States presented by the Federal Bar Association (FBA) and the American University Washington College of Law (WCL) . The symposium, chaired by FBA Immigration Law Section board member Mark Shmueli, featured both a […]