Trump's government implemented more than 400 changes in the immigrations sector

The Trump administration’s pressure on immigration The immigration sector has been one of the main focuses of the current administration of the US. With President Donald Trump leading, more than 400 changes have been implemented on immigration, both legal and illegal. Some changes are more prominent than others and draw the attention of immigrant rights…

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The “Public Charge Rule” in the history of the US The “Public Charge Rule” has been part of the US law for more than 100 years, according to the official website of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which is the federal entity in charge of responding to immigration applications. Broadly speaking, this rule…

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"Public Charge Rule" again in effect

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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FAIR releases study regarding Biden's immigration reform

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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Second Circuits gives green light for the Public Charge Rule again

The “Public Charge Rule” during the pandemic Broadly speaking and to give an overview, the “Public Charge Rule” states that immigration officers of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have the power and right to reject requests if the applicant could become an unnecessary burden on the country. With this, we mean that immigrants…

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The DOS must issue Green Cards related to DVL

The controversy of the Diversity Visa Lottery amid the health crisis Clearly, the sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic forced governments around the world to create strategies to mitigate the impact of the health crisis. On the one hand, governments had the primary task of protecting the health of the local population. On the…

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TPS holders against the courts decision

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision on TPS The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is an immigration benefit that offers protection against deportation to citizens of 10 nations currently experiencing armed conflicts, epidemics, natural disasters, inter alia. Immigrants typically have the possibility to apply for TPS when they already reside in the US and must…

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Trump's government can now remove TPS

The Trump administration’s battle to remove TPS The Temporary Protected Status (TPS) is one of the immigration programs offered in the US. Broadly speaking, TPS offers protection against deportation to immigrants from countries that are going through natural disasters, armed conflicts, epidemics and other precarious situations that could put their lives at risk. Immigrants have…

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Survey shows that 52% voters in NM does not support Trump's border wall

The border wall as a political ideal Immigration has always been a fundamental pillar of the political identity of President Donald Trump. Since the president announced his candidacy for the 2016 elections, he has proposed and implemented a large number of changes, measures, requirements and restrictions in the immigration sector. The Trump government is primarily…

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Trump plans to postpone refugee cases until further notice

The Trump administration’s immigration policies The immigration sector of the US has felt a strong impact in recent years due to policies implemented by the Trump administration, which does not completely agree with the immigration system that was previously established. Nowadays, after more than three years since President Trump took office, his administration faces multiple…

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