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November 17, 2022
Aaron Lawee

MMH Recommends Attending Court Even If You Do Not Appear in the Portal

If you are scheduled for a removal hearing and you do not appear for that hearing, you will likely be ordered removed in your absence. This may be true even if the court website says that you do not have...

October 24, 2022
Grace Parsons

Parole for Venezuelans

What is the Venezuelan Parole Program? This month, the United States announced a program which will allow certain Venezuelan nationals a pathway to request permission to travel to the United States and seek parole for up to two years. In...

October 17, 2022
Courtney Wachal

The Ins and Outs of an Intermittent L

Normally, L-1A or L-1B status maxes out, which means that once the date is met, you are no longer eligible to remain in L status. For example, an L-1A maxes out after 7 years with an L-1B maxing out at...

October 12, 2022
Chandni Shah

The Who, What, and When of H-4 EADs

As the processing times for Employment Authorization Document (EAD) applications continue to vary greatly and the option for premium processing remains uncertain, foreign employees are often left feeling unsure and anxious about potential gaps in work authorization. H-4 EAD holders...

August 08, 2022
Grace Parsons

USCIS Permanently Adopts Pandemic-Related Signature Policy and Extends RFE Flexibilities

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is an agency within the Department of Homeland Security that is responsible for processing various requests for immigration benefits. In the past, USCIS typically required most paper-filed petitions and applications to be filled out...

July 06, 2022
Anna Buskila

FAQs about Uniting for Ukraine Including Applying for SSN and Benefits

Since Uniting for Ukraine went live on April 25, 2022, Ukrainian beneficiaries and their family members have been arriving in the U.S. While beneficiaries have support from their family, friends, and sponsors, many questions still arise while adjusting to the...

April 27, 2022
Anna Buskila

“Uniting for Ukraine” Program Starts on April 25, 2022

President Biden’s Uniting for Ukraine program allows Ukrainian citizens and their immediate family members who are outside the U.S. to temporarily come to the U.S. on a parole for a two-year period. Ukrainian beneficiaries cannot directly apply for parole through...

April 21, 2022
Anna Buskila

Biden Follows Through on Promise to Accept 100,000 Ukrainian Refugees into the U.S. and Announces New “Uniting for Ukraine” Program for Ukrainians Fleeing Russia’s Invasion to Begin on April 25, 2022

As the war in Ukraine is nearing the two-month mark, the Biden Administration announced plans today to launch a new streamlined program to expedite the arrival of Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s invasion.  About a month ago, President Biden pledged to accept...


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