Immigration law is dynamic field.
Changes happen rapidly, almost without warning.
Many changes, like the announcement about I-601 family unity waivers and DACA, are inspired by party politics.
Often a court decision, as in the post-conviction case of Padilla v. Kentucky, affects how certain rules are to be interpreted.
Other times, an immigration agency, such as USCIS or CBP, adjusts its operating procedures.
In all these situations, it’s important to notify our readers as quickly as possible.