Learn About the Latest Immigration News 06/10/21
One of the most important requirements to submit a robust, comprehensive and complete immigration case and receive a positive response from the USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services) is choosing the process that best suits your current needs. However, this can be a difficult task because the local immigration system is quite extensive and offers a wide variety of alternatives for all kinds of immigrant communities.
Therefore, in order to have a successful immigration journey in the US, we recommend for you to learn about the immigration sector and, above all, for you to seek reliable help from experts on immigration matters. Fortunately for you, at Motion Law Immigration we work for your satisfaction. On the one hand, visit our Blog Section to keep up to date with the latest immigration news, policies and measures. On the other hand, contact our team and schedule your FREE Consultation as soon as possible.
Other than that, here is the immigration news recap for Thursday, June 10, 2021:
Study: Local employers need to attract talent from abroad
A recent study reveals that American or US-based companies need access to simpler immigration programs to attract talent from abroad. To learn more about this news, click here.
Criteria to expedite certain immigration processes
The USCIS updated and clarified the criteria to determine whether an immigration application is eligible for expedited treatment. To learn more about this news, click here.
Immigration officers must now request more information
The USCIS re-implemented a 2013 policy, which states that immigration officers must send an RFE or NOID before denying certain applications. To learn more about this news, click here.
In other news…
Border apprehension levels remain high
CBP (Customs and Border Protection) released the official border apprehension figures for May 2021 and the levels remain quite high. To learn more about this news, click here.
TPS beneficiaries ask for permanent solutions
After the Supreme Court stated that TPS (Temporary Protected Status) does not change the non-admitted status in the US, TPS beneficiaries ask for permanent protection. To learn more about this news, click here.
Canada could attract qualified foreigners
Canada is fully aware that it needs to attract talent from abroad in order to overcome the economic crisis brought by the global Coronavirus pandemic. That could undoubtedly be a disadvantage for the US. To learn more about this news, click here.
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