Here's an explanation about why there's a backlog of immigration cases
The recent wave of migrants crossing the US-Mexico border tests any already overwhelmed US judicial system. Many Central Americans crossing the southern US
What Scalia’s Death Means For SCOTUS' Blockbuster Immigration Case
When President Obama announced his major second term executive actions on immigration, it was almost immediately clear that it would...
Homeland Security Promises to Prosecute 100 Percent of Illegal Immigration Cases
The policy shift means that parents will be separated from their children if caught while crossing borders illegally.
Why Is Your Immigration Case Taking So Long?
USCIS Processing Delays Have Now Hit Crisis Levels
What Document Translations Do You Need for an Immigration Case?
The translation of immigration documents is required by USCIS for employment-based green card cases. Which personal documents make the list? Legal Language.
Law Society to hold urgent meeting on controversial new rules for immigration cases
Solicitors express concerns over High Court direction on asylum and citizenship cases
How To Speed Up Your Spousal U.S. Immigration Case
Recently, Congressional hearings considered the question of processing delays in U. S. immigration. One area that needs attention is spousal sponsorships. This article provides insights on how they could be improved and suggestions on how to improve your application under the current system.
To Shut Down or Not to Shut Down . . . . What is Going to Happen to My Immigration Case?
For the third time this year, a government shutdown is looming. While the Trump Administration is lobbying for funding for a border wall, thousands of...
Who is Charlie Oppenheim and What Does He Have to Do With My Immigration Case?
Charlie Oppenheim is the Department of State’s Chief of Visa Control and Reporting Division. Call an Itasca immigration lawyer at 630-875-1700.
What you need to know about Monday's hearing in the Supreme Court immigration case
When it is; who's arguing; why you can't watch (and what to look for instead).
10 transgender women seeking asylum just won their immigration cases after months of violence and...
"I feel so happy because I know that I'm heading to my new life. My future starts now."
Spain's top court convicts 5 men in gang rape case
MADRID (AP) — Spain's Supreme Court on Friday overruled two lower courts and sentenced five men to 15 years in prison for raping an 18-year-old woman.
Families hopeful after Columbus Police put out calls for tips in missing person cases
Columbus Police say it is policy and passion behind decisions to hold two press conferences this week alone on missing persons cases. On Monday, detectives asked for tips in the case of LeShay Dungey, a young woman last spotted near Ohio State's campus in January 2018. They asked for tips Thursday in the case of Tyler Davis, a dad last seen near the Easton area in February. Police say they want to use the media, community and more to help solve these heartbreaking…
Why is convicting officers so rare?
Since 2005, 82 officers have been charged, but only 29 have been convicted
What is treason and who can be convicted of it?
President Trump has accused several of his rivals, including a congressman, of "treason"
CAPTURED: Convicted rapist released by mistake arrested
Jurors acquit Hawaii County Mayor on all charges
Jurors had to determine whether Billy Kenoi had misused his county-issued credit card – or pCard -- and if he had intent to deprive taxpayers
Should Prisoners Convicted Of Pot Possession In Michigan Be Free?
Believe it or not there is a new bill that's being proposed in the state capital that would free some convicted of the crime of marijuana possession.
De’Von Bailey’s cousin acquitted in fight before fatal Colorado Springs police shooting
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- A man accused in a confrontation that ultimately led to a fatal Colorado Springs police shooting has been acquitted after the defense claimed the alleged victim called police because he was mad about losing a fight he started. The Gazette reported it took jurors in Colorado Springs less than 20 minutes to find 19-year-old Lawrence Stoker not guilty of third-degree assault and harassment Thursday.
Will immigration concerns drive voters to the polls?