Top Five Immigration Stories of 2014
This past year proves there is never a dull moment in the immigration news cycle.

Do the President’s New Immigration Policies Really Mark the End of Secure Communities?
In significant ways, the Priority Enforcement Program will not function any differently than Secure Communities.

How New Guidance Improves a Waiver Program to Limit Family Separations
The provisional waiver is intended to address problems created by the three- and 10-year bars and the manner in which waivers typically have been processed. Under the new guidance announced on November 20, USCIS is directed to adopt a new regulation expanding the family members eligible for the provisional waiver process to include adult children of U.S citizens and LPRs and spouses and minor children of LPRs.