Immigration and Firm News

The Trump Administration is cracking down on fraud and misrepresentation. The US Department of State (DOS) has updated its guidelines or policy in the Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) concerning what activities are inconsistent with visa status that could give rise to a finding of fraud or misrepresentation in light of when those activities occur. Previously, the DOS used the "30/60/90-day rule." This rule said that there would be a presumption of fraud or misrepresentation if a person entered the … [Read more...]

On September 5, 2017, a day of infamy, and in an act of extreme cowardice, President Trump failed to keep his word when he terminated the DACA program for DREAMERS. After indicating he would have “heart” and that he "loves the DREAMERS," his lies were shown for what they are. He cowardly outsourced his announcement to terminate the program to his anti-DACA in chief, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, whose speech was filled with lies about the program and its recipients. With no notice at all, the … [Read more...]

Update 9/3/17 pm - No sooner did I post the article below, then rumors started coming out in the press that President Trump will end DACA in six months.  I will post more when there is a formal announcement and we know the details for sure. Nonetheless, my tips for being prepared below and continuing to fight remain the same. Don't panic! Your calls and emails to Congress are essential and urgent. ----------------- President Trump has said he will make an announcement on Tuesday, September … [Read more...]

In light of the terrible devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and elsewhere, USCIS has posted a list of options available to preserve immigration status. These include: Using the "extraordinary circumstances beyond your control" regulation for delayed filings of change of status or extensions of nonimmigrant stay for an individual currently in the United States; Seeking re-parole of individuals previously granted parole by USCIS; Requesting expedited processing of advance … [Read more...]

USCIS has announced it will now require interviews of applicants for permanent residence (I-485 applicants)  in the employment based categories. Until now, most of these cases have been decided by mail. Some people are interviewed when there are issues in a case, where there is a recent spouse tagging along as a dependent applicant, or for quality control. Now, it looks like everyone will be interviewed, grinding the process to a very slow trickle unless USCIS also staffs up for these … [Read more...] IP Configuration: For diving into a configuration of a router, all you need to do is enter admin login IP address provided to you. For private networks, it is When you enter this address in the address bar of your browser, a window will pop up on your screen. It will be titled ‘Authentication Required’. All you got to do is enter your username and password. As soon as you do that, a window displaying all the configuration settings menu will appear on your screen. … [Read more...]

Are you trying to fix your home network issues? Then you need to access the router’s browser interface. To login to your home network, you should have the IP address. If you do not know your IP address, do not worry. You can get to know that. Open your command prompt and type ipconfig /all. Now you will get your IP Address. If your IP address of the home network is not you entered in the address bar, then naturally you can not connect. You can access your particular IP Address. Go through the … [Read more...] is the IP address for routers or ADSL modems like Linksys and other network brands. This is the entry address number of your modem. This IP address is set as input IP address for all modems through Worldwide. Or other options for the Modem default IP addresses and is the most commonly used IP address What can you do with IP address? By using this users can control all the device settings through online. When you connect … [Read more...]

192.168.l.l and are the two ip addresses used by most of the routers, for making their configuration settings. The 192.168.l.l Admin is the command used while making network changes. In this guide, we will be giving you full instructions for configuring your router using 192.1681.254 Login and Admin Login. This is the default ip address of every router and helps to configure it. This ip including is the best among all in terms of the router … [Read more...]

Have you ever tried to change your Wi-Fi Settings? If Yes, then you had to log in with the Default Router Passwords. At times we may not remember our router’s default login details, here through this article we present you a list of Default Router Passwords. Thus you can easily access and adjust your Wi-Fi Settings. Default Router Passwords You can find the default router login with details using the below list. Otherwise, you can also have a look at the user manual of your … [Read more...]