What Happens to My Immigration Case if the Government Shuts Down?

The US government is currently operating under a continuing resolution (CR) that expires on November 17, 2023. If Congress fails to pass a new CR or spending bills by that date, the government will shut down.  A government shutdown can have a significant impact on immigration services. Here is an overview of what to expect: READ MORE

International Entrepreneur Parole for Business Owners

Are you a foreign entrepreneur interested in starting your own business in the United States? If so, the International Entrepreneur Rule Parole may be a good fit for you. In September 2021, President Biden implemented the International Entrepreneur Rule (IER), which was created by former President Obama but blocked by former President Trump. The IER READ MORE

USCIS Maintains International Entrepreneur Parole Program

USCIS has announced that it has withdrawn a rule proposing to remove the International Entrepreneur parole program.  First introduced in 2017, the International Entrepreneur parole program will remain an option for foreign entrepreneurs to create and develop start-up entities with a high likelihood for growth.  Under this program, parole authority will be granted on a READ MORE