On June 21, 2023, Department of Homeland Security announced the extension of Temporary Protected Status designations for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, and Nicaragua
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As of December 2022 our Santa Fe Office will no longer be regularly staffed and we will not accept appointments
Rebecca hablará en esta conferencia virtual sobre cuestiones de procedimiento en la corte de inmigración: mociones para reabrir, cierre administrativo y órdenes de programación el miércoles 12 de mayo de 4: 00-5: 00 p. M. Hora del este.
Rebecca Kitson was a guest on Episode 6 of the podcast Legal Well-Being In Action. The podcast aired 7/28/21 and can be streamed on YouTube, Apple Podcast, and Spotify.
Applicants for residency that are subject to the immigration medical examination are required to provide proof to their Civil Surgeon that they have received a full-course of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Rebecca will speak at this virtual conference on Procedural Issues in Immigration Court: Motions to Reopen, Administrative Closure, & Scheduling Orders on Wednesday, May 12, from 4:00-5:00 PM Eastern.
For years during the Trump administration, reports of arrests in courthouses across the country were persistent and spurred local leaders, including the chief justice of California’s Supreme Court, to speak out.
Glorieta Camps, a Christian adventure camp north of Santa Fe, was asked by the White House and Health and Human Services Department to “house and feed potentially 2400 unaccompanied children.”
Up to 3,000 immigrant teenagers will be housed at a convention center in downtown Dallas. A surge of migrant children at the border has strained the immigration system 2 months into the Biden administration.
Even when a motion is filed, accepted, and processed, petitions still remain subject to all remaining and relevant eligibility requirements.
The Department of Justice told the Supreme Court that it was dropping its defense of the Trump-era expansion of the “public charge” rule.
Venezuelans have the opportunity to remain in the US and receive work permits if they register and meet the criteria within the next 180 days. The deadline to apply is September 5, 2021.