100 days Of No Deportation

President Biden imposes a 100 day moratorium on all deportations of: individuals present in the United States on November 1, 2020 or before with a deportation order that do not pose a national security risk or are not aggravated felons (most people are protected).

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will pause for 100 days on certain removals to enable focusing the Department’s resources where they are most needed.

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) New Priorities:

1. National security. Individuals who have engaged in or are suspected of terrorism or espionage, or whose apprehension, arrest and/or custody is otherwise necessary to protect the national security of the United States.

2. Border security. Individuals apprehended at the border or ports of entry while attempting to unlawfully enter the United States on or after November 1, 2020, or who were not physically present in the United States before November 1, 2020.

3. Public safety. Individuals incarcerated within federal, state, and local prisons and jails released on or after the issuance of this memorandum who have been convicted of an “aggravated felony,” as that term is defined in section 101(a) (43) of the Immigration and Nationality Act at the time of conviction, and are determined to pose a threat to public safety.

These priorities shall apply not only to the decision to issue, serve, file, or cancel a Notice to Appear, but also to a broad range of other discretionary enforcement decisions, including deciding: whom to stop, question, and arrest; whom to detain or release; whether to settle, dismiss, appeal, or join in a motion on a case; and whether to grant deferred action or parole.

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Please see the full memo below and contact our Immigration Law office if you would like to consult with an Immigration Lawyer to check your current eligibility.