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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.

Several entities file a lawsuit against work visa restrictions

New Lawsuit Against Work Visa Restrictions

Jul 22, 2020

Current restrictions in the immigration sector The global Coronavirus pandemic brought many changes to our daily lives and to most of the main sectors of our society. For instance, the immigration sector in the US has been one of the most affected by the massive outbreak of COVID-19 in the North American territory. The current…

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Trump states that undocumented aliens should not count for Congress seats

Trump Wants to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants From Congressional Count

Jul 22, 2020

The last national census Every 10 years, since 1790, the United States Census Bureau conducts a survey to determine population density and the behavior of the national economy. This census has several main purposes: Count the number of people living in the US. Analyze the progress of the local economy depending on the population density…

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The USCIS launches a new website

The New Image of the USCIS

Jul 22, 2020

The USCIS resumes services with a new image The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is the entity in charge of processing all immigration requests in the country. Due to the arrival of the Coronavirus pandemic, the USCIS offices were closed to the public for more than two months. This emergency measure aimed to protect…

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Study shows that strict policies increase unauthorized immigration

Strict Policies Might Increase Illegal Immigration

Jul 21, 2020

Current immigration policies It is well known that since the massive outbreak of Coronavirus in the US, the current government, led by President Donald Trump, has implemented emergency measures that are related to immigration policies. In addition to that, prior to the arrival of the global pandemic, President Trump had already modified several immigration processes,…

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Local companies might leave the US due to lack of foreign workforce.

Current Policies Might Drive Businesses Out of the US

Jul 21, 2020

Current restrictions on work visas In one of our most recent articles, we mention the latest presidential proclamation declaring a series of restrictions implemented on work visas in the US. Broadly speaking, the issuance of most work visas by the US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is suspended until 2021. In the opinion of President…

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Protests in Colorado because of conditions inside ICE detention center

Protests in Front of ICE Immigration Detention Center

Jul 21, 2020

The situation worsens in ICE detention centers The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) is one of the entities in charge of protecting the borders and supervising immigration detention centers around the US. Since the massive outbreak of Coronavirus hit the North American territory, hundreds of immigrant rights advocates have warned about the imminent risk…

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International students from the Schengen area, United Kingdom and Ireland can enter the US

Some Foreign Students may Now Enter the US

Jul 21, 2020

The reopening of international travel in the US Understandably, the massive outbreak of Coronavirus forced governments around the world to adopt emergency measures to protect the health of the local population. In the case of the US, President Trump decided to close the borders for an indefinite period to non-essential travel. That means that the…

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Federal judge states that new DACA applications must be received

New DACA Applications Must Be Received – Court Orders

Jul 20, 2020

Recent conflicts DACA has faced The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is a program offered to immigrants in the US that was established in 2012 by President Barack Obama. This benefit protects immigrants, who came to the US without legal documentation when they were minors, from possible deportation. DACA allows them to obtain a…

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The USCIS announces delays of up to four months in work visas

Delays in Immigration Processes of the US

Jul 20, 2020

The closure of the USCIS offices The US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) is the entity in charge of receiving, reviewing and responding to all applications for entry and residence permits in the country, whether they are for immigrants or non-immigrants. In light of the public health threat generated by the Coronavirus pandemic, the USCIS…

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Asylum Hearings for immigrants under the MPP are finally resuming

Asylum Hearings for Immigrants in Mexico Will Resume

Jul 20, 2020

The Trump administration plans to resume hearings for political asylum Due to the massive outbreak of Coronavirus in the North American territory, the applications for political asylum have been suspended for more than two months. The Trump administration ensures that this emergency measure helps to: Prevent immigration detention centers around the country from becoming even…

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