Join Chugh, LLP attorney Jacqueline Valle for a two-minute video overview of the major US employment-based immigration reforms expected under the Biden presidency.
United States immigration policy and enforcement is expected to change significantly under the presidency of Joe Biden. President-elect Joe Biden plans to reverse immigration policies of the Trump presidency and modernize US immigration policies. For employment-based immigration in particular, the Biden administration will likely promote policy that adheres to market demand and benefits employers when the new presidency begins on January 20, 2021.
On November 18, 2020 United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) updated their policy manual to reflect that they will deny applications for United States citizenship by naturalization when individuals have not properly obtained or maintained their lawful permanent residence (LPR) or green card status.