Call Us Now To Get Your Case Reviewed (305) 907-6151

MON – FRI (8am - 6pm)

Read about the most recent news

  • Immigrants Contribute Billions to Federal and State Taxes Each Year
    by Steven Hubbard on April 15, 2024 at 9:19 pm

    Without fail, each Tax Day a prevalent myth resurfaces that conceals the truth about immigrants’ contributions to federal, state, and local taxes. Bolstered by social media and other outlets, it misleadingly asserts that immigrants, particularly those who are undocumented, evade taxes. The facts don’t back up these claims. Immigrants, including undocumented immigrants, pay taxes. Our The post Immigrants Contribute Billions to Federal and State Taxes Each Year appeared first on Immigration Impact.

  • USCIS Re-Issues Temporary Rule to Extend Work Permits for 800,000 Immigrant Workers
    by Adriel Orozco on April 15, 2024 at 7:09 pm

    Thousands of immigrant workers with pending work permit renewals, and their employers, breathed a sigh of relief last week. On April 8, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a temporary rule that automatically extends the validity period of their work permits for up to 540 days, or about a year and a half. This The post USCIS Re-Issues Temporary Rule to Extend Work Permits for 800,000 Immigrant Workers appeared first on Immigration Impact.

  • The Federal Government Is Cutting Aid for Migrant Shelters and Services. What Will States Do Now?
    by Juan Avilez on April 9, 2024 at 8:18 pm

    After months of contentious debate and near government shutdowns, Congress approved appropriations for fiscal year 2024, which President Biden quickly signed into law. The spending package contains several important immigration-related appropriations and provisions. Alarmingly, however, $150 million has been cut from the Shelter and Services Program (SSP) under the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and The post The Federal Government Is Cutting Aid for Migrant Shelters and Services. What Will States Do Now? appeared first on Immigration Impact.

  • FY 2024 Government Funding Package Is a Mixed-Bag on Immigration
    by Adriel Orozco on April 9, 2024 at 8:05 pm

    President Biden signed the final 6-bill “minibus” funding package for fiscal year (FY) 2024 on March 23, which includes funding for the agencies that implement our immigration laws. This was the culmination of months of negotiations mired by attempts to insert restrictive border and immigration policy changes into the budget. While the compromise package doesn’t The post FY 2024 Government Funding Package Is a Mixed-Bag on Immigration appeared first on Immigration Impact.

  • STEM-Related Petitions Increase Following USCIS’ Updated Policy Guidance
    by Karen Aho on March 29, 2024 at 6:29 pm

    A recent analysis by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) found that the number of petitions by, or on behalf of, foreign-born workers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) increased following a pair of guidance clarifications the agency made in January 2022. One outlines how foreign-born STEM professionals can qualify for The post STEM-Related Petitions Increase Following USCIS’ Updated Policy Guidance appeared first on Immigration Impact.

Translate
Accessibility Accessibility
× Accessibility Menu CTRL+U