As of February 24, 2020, all applications for Adjustment of Status will be subject to the enhanced Public Charge Rule after a rule by the U.S. Supreme Court on January 27, 2020.  This rule, originally scheduled to take effect on October 15, 2019, was enjoined due to multiple federal court injunctions, which have now been

In April 2018, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a “zero-tolerance policy” administered by CBP and ICE to criminally prosecute every adult who illegally crossed the border, or tried to do so, including asylum seekers attempting to enter between ports of entry. As part of implementing this policy, the Trump Administration stepped up efforts to

Ashe Puri writes:

On March 15, 2016, I hosted a program for the South Asian Bar Association-Southern California at Fox Rothschild on a case pending before the United States Supreme Court, Evenwel v. Abbott, that had the potential to drastically change the landscape by which states apportion legislative districts and allocate state funds.  Under the

This week, the US Supreme Court agreed to hear the challenge to President Obama’s Immigration Executive Action regarding the exercise “prosecutorial discretion” for certain undocumented parents of US citizen children.  The program was announced in November 2014 and enjoined before it was implemented.  The injunction that was affirmed by the United States Court of Appeals

As you have probably already heard, yesterday (Wednesday, June 26, 2013) the Supreme Court ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (“DOMA”) is unconstitutional, which means that same-sex couples who are legally married in any jurisdiction that permits same-sex marriage can now apply for marriage-based immigration benefits. Accordingly, U.S. Citizens and legal permanent residents can