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Proposed new removal “fees” are really fines and is deportation now punishment?

The whole idea of charging someone for being removed from the country is rife with problems. For one, they have already been removed, and suffered a forced change in their – and possibly their family’s – lives as a result. Secondly, charging anything assumes that they cost Canada for actions that they are culpable for. Third, the whole point of increasing the fees to such a degree – likely unaffordable to anyone removed – can only be to prevent those deported from ever returning to Canada. Fourth, it separates family from each other, which is contrary to Canada’s objectives in its immigration and refugee laws. Fifth, charging money for being forced into immigration detention should be cruel and unusual punishment. Finally, how is it fair to call these charges “fees”? Fees are administrative costs, which only make sense if they can actually be paid. They are better described as fines because they are punitive rather than administrative. They are designed to ward off those deported from the country from ever returning, akin to banishment.

Uscis lockbox delays

On January 8, 2021, the USCIS reported that it is experiencing delays issuing receipts for some applications and petitions filed at a USCIS lockbox facility.

34 new immigration judges sworn in during october and december 2020

In October and December 2020, the EOIR appointed 34 new immigration judges to serve on 24 immigration courts — including 7 new immigration judges for the New York — Broadway Immigration Court.

Why should you hire an immigration lawyer in philadelphia?

Hiring an immigration lawyer before filling an application for a visa, citizenship, or any other needs. Make sure to consult an experience attorney to get everything done in a hassle-free manner.

The facts about family immigration philadelphia needs to know

Family immigration laws change every year, and you must know the process in depth to secure a U.S. visa. Consult the experienced immigration lawyer Philadelphia trusts to learn more.

Judge enjoins new rules on uscis fees and fee waivers

On September 29, 2020, Judge Jeffrey S. White of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California entered a preliminary injunction against the new USCIS rules on fees and fee waivers, preventing them from taking effect on October 2, 2020.

President trump nominates chad wolf to be secretary of homeland security

On August 25, 2020, President Donald Trump announced that he will nominate Chad Wold to be the Secretary of Homeland Security. Chad Wolf has been serving as acting Secretary of Homeland Security since November 13, 2019.

Three new appellate immigration judges appointed to bia (aug. 11, 2020)

On August 7, 2020, the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) announced the appointment of three appellate immigration judges to the Board of Immigration Appeals.