For a number of years, we have post answers to common questions in blog format to help keep everyone informed. We’ve put out a bunch of information on changes at the immigration agencies under the Trump Administration, including the impacts of executive proclamations. Your feedback and follow up questions have been helpful. Thank you.
Processing changes at agencies accelerated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve kept everyone up to date with these new emergency measures as well. This includes what agencies still remain open and the movement of your cases in the system.
In the upcoming weeks, we will focus on topics in immigration that are unusual. Insights into topics help deepen our understanding of immigration. Also, a focus on narrow issues in immigration law provides specific examples of how agencies work.
Our first topic is immigration under the Adam Walsh Act. The AWA prevents U.S. citizens and green card holders from immigrating family members to the U.S. due to criminal convictions of the U.S. citizen or green card holder. Please watch for articles over this next week or so on this topic.