USCIS Civics Test Study Tools, a new app, helps people prepare for the civics test during a naturalization interview. It includes a game to test civics knowledge, reminder notifications, and review of past tests. The app allows users to switch between English and Spanish. To get the official app, search for “USCIS” or “USCIS civics,” then confirm that USCIS is the developer. The app is available on iTunes (https://tinyurl.com/y8r78mym) or Google Play (https://tinyurl.com/ybgdzkju).
How to safeguard your data from searches at the border is the topic of several recent articles and blogs. See, for example, https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/21/technology/personaltech/crossing-the-border-heres-how-to-safeguard-your-data-from-searches.html and https://www.aclu.org/blog/free-future/can-border-agents-search-your-electronic-devices-its-complicated.
Airport Lawyer is a free Web app that is intended to help ensure that immigrants are treated fairly at airports. Arrivals information can be securely passed along to large groups of volunteer attorneys who have been organized to monitor arrivals. See https://www.airportlawyer.org/.
Listings and links to cases challenging executive orders, and related available pleadings, are available at https://lawfareblog.com/litigation-documents-resources-related-trump-executive-order-immigration.
The latest E-Verify webinar schedule from USCIS is available at http://www.uscis.gov/e-verify/e-verify-webinars/take-free-webinar.