Temporary End to the Partial Government Shutdown Jan29

Temporary End to the Partial Government Shutdown

The United States Senate and House of Representatives passed a spending measure that temporarily ended the partial government shutdown through February 15, 2019. As mentioned in , a handful of by the partial government shutdown. With this temporary spending measure, functions that lapsed due to the shutdown, including the E-Verif...

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Congress Passes Another Short-Term Spending Measure Nov29

Congress Passes Another Short-Term Spending Measure

Congress has passed another short-term spending measure to temporarily extend federal government funding through December 20, 2019 while FY 2020 budget negotiations continue. This means that many key immigration programs, which are under federal functions, will continue uninterrupted until December 20, 2019, pending President Trump'...

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Year-End Agenda Plans Sweeping Policies Before the End of 2019 Nov29

Year-End Agenda Plans Sweeping Policies Before the End of 2019

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Department of State (DOS) announced their Fall 2019 regulatory agendas. These agendas disclose each agency's immigration policy priorities for the upcoming months. If finalized, these rules could have significant impact on many immigration programs and processes. The following are the ...

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