In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga discusses the United States Supreme Court's recent decisions on the DACA program and advanced parole as well as applying for DACA after these latest decisions. She also discusses the presidential proclamation suspending visas due to COVID-19 until December 2020 and work permit changes for asylum seekers, who must now wait a year after applying for asylum before becoming eligible for a work permit. Finally, she wraps up the episode discussing proposed rules restricting legal asylum applications.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga discusses the limited re-opening of certain immigration offices in the United States, follows up on DACA, how the novel coronavirus is impacting immigration and potentially driving immigration fee increases. She also discusses other topics in the news impacting immigration and travel including the continued closure of our borders with Canada and Mexico for all non-essential travel as well as the protests springing up around the country.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga discusses President Trump's recent executive order signed April 23, 2020 limiting legal immigration for 60 days due to COVID-19, who it impacts, and why it might not be as big of a deal as many have feared. She also discusses the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on DACA as well as how COVID-19 has impacted immigration cases and matters currently in progress.
In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga answers your questions.
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In this episode, Attorney Melissa Aguinaga follows up on how the novel coronavirus is impacting U.S. immigration law, Congress' stimulus check and who is eligible to receive it, renewing your permanent residency, and applying for U.S. citizenship.