November 20, 2014, President Obama released his plan on immigration executive actions. Here is a summary of the elements expected to be part of the President’s executive actions on immigration.
Georgia to issue Driver’s License to young immigrants who are granted Deferred Action. Federal Court issued decisions on Georgia’s Anti-Immigration Law, HB 87. The State of Arizona declines to issue temporary Driver’s License and other state benefits to young immigrants granted Deferred Action. The State of Nebraska declines to issue temporary Driver’s License and other state benefits to young immigrants granted Deferred Action. US Embassy in India released checklist to help determine whether nonimmigrant visa in-person interview can be waived. USCIS reaches 10,000 U visa approved in the fiscal year 2012.
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Today, August 3, 2012, the U.S. Citizenships and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it would accept filing of deferred actions for childhood arrivals starting on August 15, 2012. The USCIS finally implemented the details for deferred action after President Obama issued the executive order on June 15, 2012!