Being Present In the United States Without Permission Is Not a Crime So, you or someone you know doesn’t have “papers,” or permission to be in the United States. A co-worker, a neighbor, a friend, or a family member. Maybe you aren’t sure whether they have papers, and you suspect that they do. Are they…

Next year, USCIS likely will introduce H-1B cap registration and the H-1B cap season, as we know it, will cease. Employers and attorneys will no longer be required to prepare entire petitions for cases that may not actually be selected and adjudicated. Instead, employers may enter the H-1B lottery by providing a small amount of…

Washington State and North Idaho have been experiencing an uptick of immigration arrests and detentions. After the Spokane Sector of Border Patrol hired approximately 35 new agents, Spokane and central and eastern Washington immigrants have been greatly impacted. Many times, agents will hang out around and in courthouses to arrest and detain targeted immigrants. Usually,…

Our nation’s immigration laws must be enforced.  But enforcement must be done in a smart, fair, just, and humane manner, with full due process protections as required by our Constitution. Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) actions should meet these fundamental standards. Congress can hold these and all of the…

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