Post Office Fails to Deliver on Time, and DACA Applications Get Rejected

By Liz Robbins The paperwork was mailed from New York in plenty of time. On Sept. 14, Allison Baker, a lawyer for the Legal Aid Society, sent a client’s application to renew a permit that would let him stay and work in the United States legally as part of the Deferred Action for...

ICE arrests 25 on Long Island during Operation Secure Streets

NEW YORK – Officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) arrested 25 during a 6-day period, ending Nov. 9 in Long Island in an enforcement effort dubbed, Operation Secure Streets. In the course of Operation Secure...

Colombian national extradited to the US to face charges for encouraging and inducing aliens to come to the US

A Colombian citizen was extradited from Colombia to the United States today to face a four-count federal indictment in the Southern District of Florida for his role in a scheme to smuggle illegal aliens from Colombia into the United States. Acting Assistant Attorney General...

Traveling Internationally? CBP Now Questioning Travelers When Departing On International Flights.

Foster Immigration Attorneys have received reports of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Immigration Inspection Officers engaging in exit screening and questioning of travelers when departing on international flights. CBP Officers generally inspect arriving travelers but...

Trump’s H-1B Reform Is to Make Life Hell for Immigrants and Companies

By Joshua Brustein Donald Trump came into office promising a restrictive new approach to immigration and there has been little question about his intention to follow through — with one seeming exception. Despite its enthusiastic rhetoric about the H-1B program, which provides...
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