A new federal rule will allow certain undocumented immigrants who are applying for permanent residency to stay in the U.S. while they seek waivers to remain in the country, rather than require them to wait overseas while their applications are pending.
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A new program that allows certain undocumented immigrants to receive temporary work authorization isn’t on most employers’ radar screens even though they can get into trouble if their employees file under the program.
WASHINGTON – In a move that could stop the deportation of as many as 800,000 young people, the Obama administration announced Friday that it would defer removal proceedings for certain immigrants who were brought into the country as children, post no national security or public safety risk and meet other criteria.
As the number of undocumented workers rises, personal injury attorneys are increasingly struggling with how to handle illegal immigrants as clients.
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has announced a new policy for handling some low-priority immigration cases with the aim of reducing the number of deportations, particularly among students or those who came to the country as children.
WASHINGTON – Citing a recent report showing that searches of electronic devices at U.S. border crossings reveal a multitude of personal information, a legal think tank is urging federal authorities to end such searches without a warrant.
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has rescinded the controversial “no-match” rule that required employers to reconcile incorrect information on their employees’ W-2 forms, terminate them or face penalties.