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Interested in learning more about immigration litigation? It’s not too late to register! Listen to our Senior Attorney, Megan Guzman, this Wednesday, March 23 at 10AM PST (1PM EST) as she discusses federal litigation during the AILA Law Student Engagement Committee’s latest roundtable, “Comparing Humanitarian Immigration Law and Federal Litigation.”
The goal of the roundtable is to help new practitioners

President Joe Biden is sending the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 to Congress. The modernized immigration system changes diverse immigration employment, asylum seekers and the refugee system, so affected immigrants in California should learn about the updates.
Resetting the immigration system tone
The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 attempts to reaffirm the American people’s faith in the immigration system and

Immigration cases are backlogged in California and all across the country. In fact, the average time to resolve an immigration case in the U.S. is almost four years. Waiting on an important decision is stressful or families, but some government officials argue that this wait time actually increases immigration.
Asylum seekers
Government immigration officials are looking for ways to speed

We are expanding, and our business immigration practice is growing faster than ever. We are very excited to continue our journey with new DHP team members!
We are particularly looking for one Senior Paralegal and one Junior Paralegal, who have extensive experience in business immigration cases, with emphasis on L-1A, EB-1C, and E-2 visas (any H-1B, PERM, and/or EB-5 experience

David Van Vooren, Partner at David Hirson & Partners, LLP, will be presenting on EB-5, E-2 and EB-1C immigration rules and updates in cooperation with the Seattle Chinese-American Chamber of Commerce at their upcoming luncheon event in Seattle on February 25. For sign up details go to: https://seattlecachamber.org/events

 

Consular processing is for immigrants obtaining a visa from a U.S. embassy or consulate. A person needs a face-to-face interview with an officer in the foreign national’s home region or country. However, there have been changes to consular officer interviews in California.
Temporary Final Rule details
During the consular processing, consular officers can waive interview and personal appearance requirements under