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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.

immigration news roundup for the second week of July 2021

Weekly Immigration News July 12 – 17, 2021

Jul 17, 2021

Your Weekly Summary of Immigration News When starting an immigration process of any kind, it is imperative that you use all the tools at your disposal to submit a strong application and receive a positive response from the USCIS (US Citizenship and Immigration Services). To help you achieve this goal, Motion Law Immigration’s team has…

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Your Summary of Immigration News in 16th July, 2021

Immigration News Friday 16th July 2021

Jul 16, 2021

Your Summary of Immigration News in 16th July, 2021 In a world as changing as ours and in times as uncertain as the present, it is imperative to seek reliable help when starting an immigration process of any kind, especially in a country like the US that has a fairly high and continuous flow of…

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Biden's nominee to lead ICE talks about his future duties

Biden’s Nominee for ICE Comments on Immigrants

Jul 16, 2021

ICE, an entity mired in controversy The DHS (Department of Homeland Security) has several branches focused on the immigration sector. One of these entities is ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), which is in charge of enforcing immigration law both at the borders and within the US. ICE has always been embroiled in a gigantic social…

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The US needs foreign nationals to fill farmworker gaps

Foreign Farmworker Shortage Affects the American Economy

Jul 16, 2021

The US needs foreign nationals to fill farmworker gaps With the sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic and hundreds of changes made by the Trump administration on the immigration sector, waiting times and eligibility requirements increased significantly for most existing immigration processes, including those related to employment-based immigration. In this article we will specifically…

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Canada is gaining international competitiveness over the US

The US is Losing International Talent

Jul 16, 2021

Congress has not passed immigration reform in decades President Joe Biden, from day one in office, has been promoting comprehensive immigration overhaul in Congress, which, if passed, would substantially transform the US’ approach to immigration, an extremely important step if the country is to maintain its status as the world’s largest economy. This is because,…

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Immigration News Recap 15th July, 2021

Immigration News Thursday 15th July 2021

Jul 15, 2021

Immigration News Recap 15th July, 2021 The US has welcomed many immigrant communities throughout history, and indeed, multicultural inclusion has allowed this world power to find economic strength and build a strong social fabric. Because foreigners play an essential role in American culture in general, the country also has a fairly extensive immigration system, which…

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Biden may lift border restrictions soon

Biden Weighs Possibility of Lifting Border Restrictions

Jul 15, 2021

Trump’s restrictions on immigration Immigration was always an essential sector for former President Donald Trump’s administration (2017-2021), but in a rather negative way. In the opinion of former President Trump, the massive flow of immigrants can become quite detrimental to the US in general, meaning that it is something that can affect multiple sectors and…

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Chinese students to file lawsuit over travel restrictions

Foreign Students to File Lawsuit Against the US

Jul 15, 2021

China asks the US to lift student restrictions One of the most appealing aspects of former President Donald Trump’s political identity was his stance on immigration. Since launching his campaign for the 2016 election, the former Republican president emphasized the need to reduce immigration levels and control the flow of foreigners in the US to…

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Biden assigns more immigration officers to expedite DACA processing

More Immigration Officers to Review DACA Applications

Jul 15, 2021

Thousands of DACA applications pending In December 2020, thanks to the intervention of a New York judge, former President Donald Trump’s administration had to reinstate DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) with its original parameters, those initially implemented by the Obama administration in 2012. To give a little more context, DACA is a deportation relief…

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Learn About the Latest Immigration News as of 07/14/2021

Immigration News Wednesday 14th July 2021

Jul 14, 2021

Learn About the Latest Immigration News as of 07/14/2021 Motion Law Immigration’s team has created a Blog Section for you to keep up to date with the latest immigration news, mainly because, as immigration professionals, we know and understand that the US immigration system and local policies can change at any time due to multiple…

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