Immigration Updates: Q&A

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!

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Public Charge During Coronavirus Pandemic

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 […]

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Mark Expresses Alarm at Draconian Surveillance Techniques Proposed by DHS

In this segment, Mark expresses his alarm at to the new DHS  rule which allows the government to pry much more deeply  into the private lives of immigrants and US citizens alike.   DHS issued this rule which to its Inspector General Report  which found that the pilot program regarding social media surveillance started in 2015 lacked criteria to measure its […]

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Mark Shmueli Goes Inside the Issues with Dr. Leon — Sirius XM — Central American Children Refugee Crisis

Thousands of Central American children are fleeing their homes and undertaking treacherous journeys through dangerous conditions.  Mark Shmueli and Wilmer Leon delve into the reasons behind the child refugee crisis in the United States. Below are a few key snippets of the conversation.  Links to the complete interview at the bottom of the post. — […]

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India Abroad: Tina R. Goel Advocates for Broadened H-4 Work Authorization

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 […]

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