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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.

Hondurans and El Salvadorians request a second review for the TPS program

Protests Due to Court Decision on TPS

Sep 24, 2020

The Trump administration has the possibility to remove TPS The current administration of the US has always tried to remove some humanitarian programs offered to immigrant communities currently residing in the country. This is mainly because the Trump government does not agree with offering legal residency possibilities to immigrants who decided to cross the borders…

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IACHR comments on mass sterilizations in ICE detention center

IACHR Intervenes on Allegations of Hysterectomies in ICE Detention Center

Sep 24, 2020

The US border forces The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the federal agency in charge of overseeing immigration detention centers around the US. These centers normally house undocumented immigrants facing deportation proceedings. This federal agency has the task of detaining immigrants who cross the borders of the US without prior authorization, both people who…

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Immigration as a way to stimulate the economy

Book Proposes Increasing Immigration in the US to Remain as World Leader

Sep 24, 2020

Journalist publishes book called “One Billion Americans” Renowned American journalist and blogger Matthew Yglesias published his book, “One Billion Americans”, on September 15, 2020. The author assures that the US’ population density per square mile does not compare to countries like China, which is disproportionately outpacing the local economy due to the number of people…

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"Public Charge Rule" again in effect

The USCIS Announces Resumption of “Public Charge Rule”

Sep 24, 2020

What is the “Public Charge Rule”? The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which is in charge of supervising the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), released the “Public Charge” Final Rule during 2019, but the Supreme Court of Justice allowed its implementation until the end of February, 2020. Broadly speaking, the public charge rule states…

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Follow legal advice if you are TPS beneficiary

Are you TPS Beneficiary and Need Legal Advice?

Sep 23, 2020

The court’s decision regarding TPS The current administration of the US has always had the purpose, since President Donald Trump took office in 2017, to reduce the number of immigrants entering the country by all means. With this, we mean that the Trump administration has tried to reduce both illegal and legal immigration. For instance,…

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Doctor accused of mass sterilizations no longer works for ICE

Doctor Involved in Scandal will no Longer Work for ICE

Sep 23, 2020

Scandal at Georgia immigrant detention center Recently, a story that generated a wave of controversy in the US came to light. Broadly speaking, the news refers to a legal complaint filed by a nurse that worked in one of the ICE detention centers, who states that a doctor was performing hysterectomies, also known as sterilizations…

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More than 150 US citizens file a lawsuit against the DOS

DOS Faces Lawsuit Over Fiancé(e) Visa Delays

Sep 23, 2020

Visa for fiancé(e)s of US citizens American citizens have the possibility to request an entry permit for their foreign fiancé(e)s. They can obtain this permit through the K-1 Visa, issued by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). After the USCIS approves the K-1 Visa application, the couple must marry within 90 days after the…

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The USCIS will hire interpreters on behalf of asylum seekers.

The USCIS to Help Asylum Seekers During COVID-19 Emergency

Sep 23, 2020

The USCIS releases final rule about interpreters for Asylum Seekers The US is the destination of thousands of immigrants fleeing the danger of their countries and seeking international protection through programs such as political asylum or refuge. To give an overview, immigrants can request political asylum when they try to flee from persecution, either because…

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Texas naturalizes 208 immigrants from different nationalities

Texas Sponsors Six Naturalization Ceremonies Despite Delays

Sep 22, 2020

Dallas hosts six naturalization ceremonies in one day On Friday, September 18, 2020, Dallas, a Texas city, sponsored six naturalization ceremonies and allowed 208 immigrants to become US citizens. It is important to clarify that naturalization ceremonies are the last step that immigrants must take in order to have the same rights and receive the…

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FAIR releases study regarding Biden's immigration reform

FAIR Discusses Biden’s Immigration Proposal

Sep 22, 2020

Opinions of the two strongest candidates on immigration The presidential elections of the US will take place in November 2020, and the two strongest candidates are driving their political campaigns around the country. One of the most important aspects of these elections is immigration. This is mainly because the nominees have an almost diametrically opposite…

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