1. Re-Parole Process for Certain Afghans
2. Afghan Re-Parole FAQs
3. Certain Afghan Parolees Are Employment Authorized Incident to Parole
Visa Bulletin for July 2023
D. FAMILY-SPONSORED SECOND PREFERENCE AVAILABILITY
In the April 2023 Visa Bulletin, it was necessary to establish a final action date in the F2A category...
Arizmendi-Medina v. Garland
"Andres Arizmendi-Medina, a native and citizen of Mexico, was ordered by an immigration judge (IJ) to be removed from the United States after the IJ ruled that Arizmendi...
Filed June 7, 2023
ICE, May 11, 2023
President Biden announced the termination of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency, effective on May 11, 2023, following the termination...
Jalloh v. Barr (unpub.)
"The petitioner in this case fled his home country after receiving death threats for writing a newspaper article calling for the abolition of female genital mutilation. An immigration judge and the Board of Immigration Appeals rejected his request for asylum, ruling that his opposition to female genital mutilation did not qualify as a political opinion and failing to analyze his argument that he had a well-founded fear of future persecution. Because this was error, we grant the petition in part and remand the case for further proceedings."
[Hats off to Jason M. Wilcox and Keren Zwick! Here's hoping they can persuade the Fifth Circuit to publish.]