In her last episode of 2020, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga discusses:
- a new federal court decision ordering DHS to accept new DACA applications, accept advance parole applications, and extend DACA work permits to 2 years,
- the requirements for DACA,
- eligibility for Advance Parole, how to apply, and the benefits of Advance Parole, and
- the extension of TPS for citizens of El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua, Sudan, Honduras, and Nepal until October 4, 2021.
In today's episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga talks about the new naturalization test, DHS's moves to further limit eligibility for work permits, and recent court decisions impacting immigration in the United States.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga discusses the possible immigration changes a Biden administration would bring, such as restoring the DACA program and continuing TPS for Hondurans, El Salvadorans, Hatians, and others. She also discusses the addition of a civics exam for those applying for citizenship after December 1, 2020, as well as the status of the public charge rule following litigation.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga follows up on immigration fee increases and their recent temporary suspension by a federal court and then answers your questions on the impact of coronavirus on your immigration case as well as the dos and don'ts if ICE arrests you.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga follows up with more details on the upcoming immigration fee increases and dives into detail on sponsorship and how the new public charge rule impacts it. In coronavirus-related immigration news, she discusses immigration office closures and how they may affect your immigration matter as well as details on the Orlando immigration court re-opening.