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  • By: Magdalena Cuprys, Esq.
  • Published: May 15, 2024
Adjusting to Change: The Latest in Asylum Regulations

Asylum seekers in the United States face a constantly evolving legal landscape, and recent regulatory adjustments have made the process even more challenging. Our firm is dedicated to assisting those in need of protection by staying abreast of the latest rule changes and how they affect asylum claims.

The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice have jointly issued new rules intended to streamline asylum procedures. These changes include tighter deadlines for filing applications, modified criteria for initial screenings, and new guidelines for immigration judges that could expedite court proceedings but may limit thorough case examination. The new regulations aim to reduce the backlog of cases and ensure that genuine asylum seekers receive protection more swiftly. However, they also raise concerns about due process and the ability of asylum seekers to adequately prepare their cases. Our team is committed to providing the most current and effective legal representation for asylum seekers affected by these changes. With expert knowledge and compassionate guidance, we help our clients navigate the complexities of their proceedings, advocating for their rights and the protection they deserve.

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Attorney Magdalena Cuprys is a seasoned immigration lawyer based in Orlando and Coral Gables, Florida. With three languages under her belt and years of legal experience working with immigrants of all kinds, she brings considerable experience and insight to the field and works hard to explain immigration concepts, empower future citizens, and keep current and prospective immigrants up to date on US immigration law.

Connect with her firm, Serving Immigrants, to stay updated on the latest developments in United States immigration law and gain valuable insights needed to navigate the challenging legal landscape of immigration in Florida. 

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