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Border Inspection of Electronic Devices

  By Reuben S. Seguritan April 26, 2017   The inspection of electronic devices, including cell phones, by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents at the airports and at other ports of entry has been widely publicized. CBP agents have asked travelers to open their social media accounts and e-mails on their phone and also Read the full article…

A look at immigrants in the US without legal status
With Ally in Oval Office, Immigration Hard-Liners Ascend to Power
What To Do If ICE Agents Confront You in Public

The aggressive enforcement of our immigration laws by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in recent months is a stark contrast to the policy of the previous administrations which focused on arresting and deporting legal and undocumented immigrants convicted of heinous crimes such as homicide, sexual assault and rape. Now, even legal and undocumented immigrants Read the full article…

Immigration arrests rise in first months of Trump administration
Rights of LPRs When Returning from Travel Abroad

By Reuben S. Seguritan April 12, 2017   The recent strict implementation of US immigration laws has created fear and confusion among green card holders, also known as lawful permanent residents (LPR), on what they should do when they are at the border upon their return to the United States.   There are reports that Read the full article…

Undocumented Immigrants Have Rights

Immigrants and immigration rights have been in focus during the first couple of months of President Trump’s term in office. In one of his first executive orders, Trump barred nationals of certain countries from entering the United States. He also ordered immigration raids across the United States. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the federal Read the full article…

Visa Applications Pour In by Truckload Before Door Slams Shut
H-1B visa applications open up next week
Increased Scrutiny Could Lead to Visa Denials and Delays

By Reuben S. Seguritan March 29, 2017   President Trump and his administration are pushing through with his campaign promise of extreme vetting and increased scrutiny for people applying for visas at US embassies around the world. Hence, visa applicants, whether family-based or employment-based and also tourists, should triple check all of the documents they Read the full article…