Dagher Khraizat Immigration Law Group

Dagher Khraizat Immigration Law Group Immigration law firm with 45 years of professional experience providing comprehensive immigration se
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06/20/2024

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Highlights from the Presidential Actions to promote family United. Parole-in-place for some spouses and minor children or stepchildren of U.S. citizens.1. Applicants cannot file until the federal register notice is posted. At least 60 days. If they file early the application will be rejected. DO NOT...

New presidential action to promote family unity.
06/20/2024

New presidential action to promote family unity.

On June 18, 2024, President Biden announced new executive actions that will help certain undocumented individuals. AILA President Kelli Stump provides a brie...

04/18/2024
With the intensification of the conflict in Gaza and the potential for violence to spread in the region, the United Stat...
11/15/2023

With the intensification of the conflict in Gaza and the potential for violence to spread in the region, the United States must take affirmative steps to ensure that individuals impacted by the conflict are able to access legal immigration pathways to the United States and those physically present in our country are not forced to return to danger.

American Immigration Lawyers Association

11/14/2023

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Administrative Processing Explained- Why your case is stuck at an embassy.
10/12/2023

Administrative Processing Explained- Why your case is stuck at an embassy.

Dominique Pando Bucci gives some insights into what the "administrative processing" term means for those in the queue at the Department of State; a webinar on October 12, 2023 will dive into the issue further for interested AILA members.

10/11/2023

AILA calls on the Biden Administration to move immediately to support the safety of all people affected by the recent violence in the Middle East, urging among other things, “deferred action, humanitarian parole, or Temporary Protected Status for those already in the United States.”

Urge your Senators and Representatives to pass the Afghan Adjustment Act to allow those who assisted and supported our s...
08/22/2023

Urge your Senators and Representatives to pass the Afghan Adjustment Act to allow those who assisted and supported our service members in Afghanistan to obtain residence status in the U.S. and live in safety.

American Immigration Lawyers Association

08/01/2023

AILA's Paul Stern digs into the recently released USCIS Ombudsman's Report which highlights continued backlogs and processing delays, urging readers to take action to help "ensure the agency has the resources needed to chart a course forward where progress is not just a promise, but a reality."

Finally, Clarity and with ability to move forward on backlogged and pending cases.
06/26/2023

Finally, Clarity and with ability to move forward on backlogged and pending cases.

AILA welcomed the SCOTUS decision in U.S. v. Texas which upholds the prerogative of the executive branch to set agency guidelines; AILA President Farshad Owji called the decision a clear message, adding “The states that attempted to derail this commonsense approach were in the wrong.”

In an  , AILA’s Michael Turansick overviews the proposed fee rule released by USCIS earlier this year and the joint comm...
03/10/2023

In an , AILA’s Michael Turansick overviews the proposed fee rule released by USCIS earlier this year and the joint comment submitted by AILA and the American Immigration Council. WATCH more here:

AILA and the American Immigration Council submitted a joint comment on the proposed fee rule that USCIS released on January 4, 2023. AILA’s Michael Turansick...

Barring those fleeing persecution though unsafe countries is not a solution.  By law the U.S. must allow those fleeing p...
02/22/2023

Barring those fleeing persecution though unsafe countries is not a solution. By law the U.S. must allow those fleeing persecution fair and legal access to the asylum process. Punishing those unable to get visas and direct flights to the U.S. is punishing those most likely in need.

AILA urged the Biden Administration to change course and stop the effort to establish a “transit ban” against vulnerable asylum seekers, calling the NPRM the administration unveiled today unworkable and a violation of U.S. asylum law.

A new DOS pilot program to allow state side renewals of visas is a step in the right direction to reduce embassy backlog...
02/16/2023

A new DOS pilot program to allow state side renewals of visas is a step in the right direction to reduce embassy backlogs and create security for many nonimmigrants.

U.S Department of State announced a pilot program for domestic (or stateside) visa renewals. AILA's Director of Government Relations, Sharvari Dalal-Dheini ...

Processing delays are still abundant in many areas at USCIS.  This is one way of of addressing the issue.  Disappointing...
01/25/2023

Processing delays are still abundant in many areas at USCIS. This is one way of of addressing the issue. Disappointing that the delays have gone on for so long and that uscis wants to increase fees without better processing times or customer service. Past fees increases have not resulted in improved service

AILA amplifies the filing of a federal class action lawsuit in Seattle against USCIS challenging bureaucratic logjams that have left families in a multi-year limbo as thousands of spouses of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents wait for their unlawful presence waivers to be processed.

We can have secure borders while still protecting asylum rights
01/15/2023

We can have secure borders while still protecting asylum rights

To ensure lasting and meaningful change at the border, border security reforms must happen in tandem with other improvements to the immigration system. AILA offers recommendations for efficient, fair border processing, and managing migration.

01/06/2023

AILA responds to an announcement from President Biden that expands humanitarian parole programs for migrants from Nicaragua, Cuba, and Haiti but severely restricts asylum access, including expanding Title 42, to migrants from those countries.

Urge Congress to protect DREAMER by enacting law instead of relying on executive branch policy and courts interpretation...
12/28/2022

Urge Congress to protect DREAMER by enacting law instead of relying on executive branch policy and courts interpretation of that policy.

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Urge congress to take action to protect Afghan's who worked to assist the U.S. for so long.
12/28/2022

Urge congress to take action to protect Afghan's who worked to assist the U.S. for so long.

American Immigration Lawyers Association

We join AILA in welcoming the end of   through a District Court decision. Once implemented on Dec. 21, 2022, the rule of...
11/17/2022

We join AILA in welcoming the end of through a District Court decision. Once implemented on Dec. 21, 2022, the rule of law will be restored and allow vulnerable asylum seekers to seek protection. READ the full statement here:

AILA welcomes the decision from U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan striking down the public health law wielded by the Trump Administration as a weapon against asylum seekers as “arbitrary and capricious.” The decision has been stayed for five weeks.

Take Action Now!!   Reach out to congress and ask them to pass DACA legislation.   America can't afford to lose 340,000 ...
11/09/2022

Take Action Now!! Reach out to congress and ask them to pass DACA legislation. America can't afford to lose 340,000 "essential" workers, 15,000 K-12 teachers, and 34,000 health care workers with . TAKE ACTION and join AILA in calling on Congress to act for Dreamers NOW

Defending DACA is about both delivering for our Dreamers and protecting our economy. More than 340,000 essential workers are DACA recipients, including healthcare workers and teachers. Nearly $10 billion in tax contributions would be lost if the program were terminated. Congress must act now!

I am one of the more than 16,000  members advocating for our clients with  and calling for agency transparency and accou...
10/28/2022

I am one of the more than 16,000 members advocating for our clients with and calling for agency transparency and accountability. This legislation will be an important step forward.

Representative Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) introduced H.R. 9225, the Case Backlog and Transparency Act of 2022. The bill establishes USCIS and GAO reporting requirements on the agency’s processing delays, customer service tools, and efforts to reduce the immigration case backlog. AILA endorses this bil...

10/11/2022

In this blog post, three AILA law professor members dive into the impact of rushed timelines as the Biden administration attempts to streamline the asylum process at the border, but which may make it impossible for asylum seekers to provide corroborating evidence of persecution within the deadlines.

The threat of death did not arise to past persecution because it did not come to fruition.
08/08/2022

The threat of death did not arise to past persecution because it did not come to fruition.

While celebrating a recent favorable Fourth Circuit decision for a client, AILA President Jeremy McKinney also noted the disparities that will continue to occur without court reform.

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Helps some TPS holder adjust status in the U.S. if they are otherwise eligible and are granted advanced parole to travel...
07/19/2022

Helps some TPS holder adjust status in the U.S. if they are otherwise eligible and are granted advanced parole to travel and leave.

USCIS travel authorization opens door to some immigrants from 15 countries

Good news for a a few TPS holders who are granted advanced parole.  Not all TPS holders will benefit.
07/19/2022

Good news for a a few TPS holders who are granted advanced parole. Not all TPS holders will benefit.

USCIS travel authorization opens door to some immigrants from 15 countries

This decision by the Supreme Court was a direct rebuke of the lower courts' orders and affirmed that the Biden Administr...
07/01/2022

This decision by the Supreme Court was a direct rebuke of the lower courts' orders and affirmed that the Biden Administration did not violate law when it eliminated ['Remain in Mexico']." - Jeremy McKinney, AILA President. READ more:

AILA welcomed the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision in Biden v. Texas, which affirmed the Biden Administration’s authority to end the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy, officially known as the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP).

The integrity of   courts, I think, is best protected when we have clear rules surrounding such bedrock issues as jurisd...
05/18/2022

The integrity of courts, I think, is best protected when we have clear rules surrounding such bedrock issues as jurisdiction.” AILA member Geoffrey A. Hoffman dives into jurisdiction and the 1.6 million case backlog on :

Tackling Jurisdictional Questions Posted by Geoffrey A. Hoffman | May 17, 2022 AILA member Geoffrey A. Hoffman wrote an article for the Spring 2022 edition of the AILA Law Journal entitled “Reading Pereira and Niz-Chavez as Jurisdictional Cases” In this blog post he reflects on the issue of juri...

"When tens of thousands of our Afghan allies, including those who served alongside U.S. military forces" remain in extre...
04/22/2022

"When tens of thousands of our Afghan allies, including those who served alongside U.S. military forces" remain in extreme danger and "the needs of citizens of other countries, particularly African nationals and Central Americans" are being ignored, we have to urge more action than just this good news for Ukrainians: http://ow.ly/RQUL50IP71x We would add to this that no such assistance has been offered to refugees or Yemen which is in the midst of one of the worst humanitarian disasters in history.

AILA welcomed the announcement the Biden administration is building out a process to allow U.S.-based individuals and organizations to more easily sponsor Ukrainian refugees but must redouble its efforts to correct what continues to be starkly disparate treatment of other populations.

03/17/2022

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