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USCIS and DOS work together to implement change ordered by President Obama

USCIS announced today that, in conjunction with the Department of State (DOS), it is revising the procedures for determining when an application for adjustment of status may be filed, thus implementing part of President Obama’s November 2014 executive actions on immigration. Starting with the Visa Bulletin for October 2015, there are two important dateslisted on the monthly Visa Bulletin: the “filing date,” which determines when individuals can submit their permanent residence applications, and the “final action” date, which indicates when DOS or USCIS can make a decision on the applications

Reuters: Hearing on States’ Suit Against Obama Immigration Plan to Begin in U.S. Court

Reuters reports that today, a federal judge in Texas is set to hear arguments in a lawsuit brought by two dozen states that seeks to block President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

Immigration reform 2014 news by President Obama will help millions of people

 

Immigration reform 2014 news is very good for the people who are here illegally in the United States.f Unfortunately, shares Brian D. Lerner, Immigration Attorney, it is an executive order, so once President Obama is no longer President of the United States, the executive order can simply be revoked.

 

The Law Offices of Brian D. lerner can take the immigration reform 2104 news and start preparing the applications at the present time.  There are several different items which President Obama discussed in the immigration reform 2014 news.  The first and probably one of the most important is the expansion of DACA. This is also known as the Dream Act, or Deferred Action or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

 

See Brian D. Lerner speak about the immigration reform news 2014 about the new DACA

 

In order to understand how the Immigration reform news 2014 differs from the old or current DACA, it is necessary to understand first what was originally promulgated by President Obama for the last few years. Brian D. Lerner, immigration attorney explains that this is the current DACA, prior to the immigration reform 2014 news by President Obama:

 

 

  • Have arrived in the U.S. when they were under the age of sixteen;
  • Have continuously resided in the U.S. for at least five years prior to June 15, 2012 and have been present in the U.S. on June 15, 2012;
  • Currently be in school, have graduated from high school, have a GED, or be an honorably discharged veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard or the U.S. Armed Forces;
  • Not have been convicted of a felony offense, a “significant misdemeanor offense,” three or more non-significant misdemeanors, or otherwise pose a threat to national security or public safety; and
  • Have been under thirty-one years old on June 15, 2012.

 

 

Now, with the immigration reform news 2014, all of the basic requirements are the same, except there are a couple very important changes states Brian D. Lerner. As one can see from the above description, the persona applying for the old DACA needed to be no more than 31 years old as of June 15, 2012. However, the new expanded DACA does not have an upper age limit states Brian D. Lerner.  Thus, the immigration reform news 2014 mandates that you must be under 16 when you entered the U.S., but no longer is there a 31 year age cap.

 

The next item, explains Brian Lerner which is different from the older DACA is that you do not have to be residing in the U.S. from 2007. Rather, January 1, 2010 is when you have to be present in the U.S. in order to qualify for DACA under the immigration reform news 2014. Brian D. Lerner explains that the next change is that the period of work authorization will be 3 years, not the two years as is currently the case.

 

It would be a good idea to have the application prepared right now. The immigration reform news 2014 states that 90 days after November 20, 2014 is when  these newly expanded DACA applications will be accepted. Therefore, Brian D. Lerner states that you should start right away and then complete preparation and have ready to file in 90 days from the issuance of the order.


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