Florida Has Everything to Lose If It Repeals In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students

Undocumented students, like millions of other students in the United States, have the ambition to succeed. College opportunities are often priceless for these students. And though a degree can mean many things—like financial security and greater opportunities—a college diploma signifies perseverance in the face of hardship for many of these families. In Florida, these dreams … Read more

USCIS Policy Change Will Reduce Number of People Who ‘Age Out’ From Green Card Eligibility

A recent policy change by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) should reduce the number of children who age out of green card eligibility. For immigration purposes, a “child” means someone who is under 21 years old and unmarried. Because of backlogs, noncitizens whose only path to a green card depends on being classified as … Read more

USCIS Faces New Class Action Lawsuit for its Extreme Delays in Processing Waivers

Many families in the United States live in a frightening limbo when processing delays prevent one family member from becoming a lawful permanent resident.  A lawsuit was recently filed against U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on behalf of 248 people, and a class of tens of thousands more, to end the delays, which have … Read more