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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.

Immigrant communities and advocates celebrate Inauguration Day

Inauguration Day: A Door of Hope for Immigrant Communities

Jan 20, 2021

Immigrant communities faced multiple challenges under the Trump administration Immigration was an essential piece of Donald Trump’s political campaign to win the 2016 presidential election, but not in a positive way. His political identity is strongly related to the ideal of reducing immigration in the US, both legal and illegal. Thus, for the past four…

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President Trump grants legal status to Venezuelans before leaving office

Temporary Amnesty and Work Permits for Venezuelans

Jan 20, 2021

President Trump grants protection for Venezuelans before leaving office It is no secret that the Venezuelan people have experienced a truly precarious existence under Nicolas Maduro’s regime. Almost five million Venezuelans have had to leave their country to seek opportunities and economic stability elsewhere due to current shortages in Venezuela. With this, we refer to…

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The Biden government recommends the migrant caravan not to come to the US

The Biden Administration Sends a Message to the Migrant Caravan

Jan 19, 2021

The first migrant caravan of 2021 has almost 9,000 people The first migrant caravan of 2021 left Honduras, heading to the US, on Friday, January 15 and currently has approximately 9,000 people, a fairly high number compared to other caravans. Immigrants state that they were forced to leave their country due to lack of resources,…

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New ICE unit to supervise the OPT program

ICE to Monitor Foreign Students under OPT

Jan 19, 2021

Employment alternatives for international students The US draws the attention of thousands of foreign students annually thanks to the quality of local study programs and the fact that the country has dozens of internationally recognized and renowned colleges and universities. Adding to that, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers employment alternatives for foreign…

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Guatemala tries to stop undocumented immigrants

Guatemalan Authorities Try to Stop the Migrant Caravan

Jan 19, 2021

Migrant caravan heading to the US The crisis unleashed in Central America by the global Coronavirus pandemic and several natural disasters is forcing thousands of families to seek opportunities to migrate to the US. In fact, on Friday, January 15, the first migrant caravan of 2021 left Honduras and reached Guatemala’s borders with approximately 9,000…

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Now there are almost 9,000 people in the migrant caravan

Migrant Caravan Swells to Almost 9000 People

Jan 19, 2021

First migrant caravan of 2021 The sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic and its massive outbreak around the world brought an unprecedented global crisis. There are dozens of countries tremendously affected by the sanitary crisis, which also generated an economic, social and even political crisis. The Central American territory is one of the most…

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The first immigration reform in over 30 years

The First Immigration Reform in Decades

Jan 18, 2021

The incoming government’s immigration bill The US is going through a presidential transition as President Trump did not win a second term and Democratic candidate Joe Biden won the November 3, 2020, election. During this transition period (November 2020 – January 2021 ), the president-elect has detailed some of his strategies and action plans to…

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The Biden government to present an immigration bill

Immigration: A Priority for the Incoming Government

Jan 18, 2021

The incoming government’s immigration proposals President-elect Joe Biden is just a couple of days away from taking office on January 20, 2021. During the election period, when candidates presented their political campaigns to the American population, the Democratic nominee mentioned multiple issues relevant to his team. For instance: The global Coronavirus pandemic and the health…

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Experts comment on the incoming government's immigration proposals

Experts Comment on Biden’s Immigration Policies

Jan 18, 2021

Biden could change the course of immigration The nominee chosen by the American population to be the 46th president of the country is Joe Biden, who belongs to the Democratic political party and will take office on January 20, 2021. Unlike President Trump, Joe Biden has a positive opinion regarding immigration and plans to restructure…

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Columbus collects donations to help immigrants reaching the borders

OH: Activists Collect Donations for Asylum Seekers

Jan 18, 2021

Immigrant communities expect change under Biden The results of the most recent presidential elections of the US, which took place in early November 2020, opened a door of hope for immigrant communities such as asylum seekers. The American population elected Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, as the nation’s 46th president, who promised to improve the…

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