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Immigration is frequently changing. Here at Motion Law, we like to keep you updated with the latest news about local and national immigration, keep you informed about changes within our firm, and share helpful information relevant to your immigration needs.

Coronavirus invades federal employees in the borders

ICE Employees Test Positive for COVID-19

Mar 24, 2020

ICE employees test positive for Coronavirus The Coronavirus is a giant alarm for everyone. Its spread is out of proportion and is reaching every corner of the planet. The number of infected is increasing and health institutions are running out of resources to provide service to everyone. That is why countries around the world are…

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current risks for immigrants in th US

Immigration – Current Risks

Mar 23, 2020

Current risks for immigrants Most immigrants trying to enter and remain in the US are having a difficult time today. There are several policies imposed by Trump’s government that have negatively affected immigrants trying to obtain residence in the US. Let’s look at some of the current risks for immigrants. Coronavirus risk in detention centers…

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Coronavirus alert in US immigration centers Lawsuit

Possible Release of Immigrants Held at the Borders

Mar 23, 2020

Lawsuit against immigration centers According to health experts, one of the best solutions to avoid the massive spread of the COVID-19 virus is to have a distance of at least 1 or 2 meters between people. Border establishments are overcrowded with immigrants, which does not allow them to have enough space between each other. Immigration…

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Coronavirus demandas changes in immigration policies in the US

Changes in Immigration Policies

Mar 23, 2020

Coronavirus demands changes in immigration policies The spread of COVID-19 is very accelerated and it seems to be inevitable for now since the cure has not been discovered yet. The immigration policies of the US are affected by the changes that Trump’s government has declared lately. Most of the decisions they have made over the…

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Illegal immigration decreases due to coronavirus

Illegal Immigration Decreases due to Borders Closure

Mar 20, 2020

The decision to close the borders The Coronavirus brought many changes that forced governments to take emergency measures to prevent the spread of the virus. Since the US has been one of the countries most affected by the Coronavirus, almost all of the borders of the US are temporarily closed. Trump’s administration decided to close…

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Immigration help during coronavirus outbreak

DC Immigration Help during the Coronavirus Alert

Mar 20, 2020

Immigration Help during the Coronavirus Alert At this extraordinary moment in human history, we are facing adverse situations in many ways. The arrival of the Coronavirus has caused shock and concerns among citizens around the world. Many social areas are being negatively affected by the chaos that the virus has generated. One of those areas…

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Offices closed temporarily for immigration offices from USCIS

USCIS Offices are Temporarily Closed

Mar 19, 2020

The arrival of the Coronavirus caused the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to close its offices for period of time. USCIS decision Given the global pandemic we are currently facing, USCIS decided to temporarily close its offices. The office closing period is from March 18 to April 1, with possible changes depending on the…

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complication in reuniting immigrant families

Missing Family Members at the US Borders

Mar 19, 2020

Parents separated from their children at the U.S. borders sometimes cannot meet again. Recent report of lost relatives The Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently stated that the US government is not strictly monitoring minors who are separated from their parents. The report was not officially published as it exposes a very delicate situation for the…

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Due to coronavirus all the embassies close in Mexico

The US Halts Visas for Mexico

Mar 18, 2020

The US embassy located in Mexico stated that as of Wednesday March 18, 2020 visa applications and interviews will stop until further notice. The world situation The socio-economic impact due to the coronavirus is currently very large. The spread of the virus is affecting all established areas of societies. Borders are closed in most countries of…

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2020 Elections might change immigration policies

Presidential Candidates Defend Immigration

Mar 18, 2020

Some candidates for the 2020 presidential elections say they want to change the country’s immigration and deportation measures. Current government President Donald Trump has been in office since 2017. One of the biggest impulses of his presidential campaign was the focus on immigration. Since the beginning of his mandate, he made many decisions regarding immigrants…

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