Your Summary of Immigration News in 23rd July, 2021

Your Summary of Immigration News in 23rd July, 2021 Now is truly the best time to start your immigration journey in the US. This is because, after a year as peculiar and difficult as 2020, most immigration processes are returning to normal and now is the time for you to fulfill your dreams in North…

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Biden faces pressure to reopen the borders

The global pandemic and border restrictions The global Coronavirus pandemic not only affected the healthcare system, but also impacted multiple sectors of society as we know it, if not all. This is related to the fact that, due to the sanitary crisis, governments around the world implemented a wide number of rules, measures and regulations…

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Learn About the Latest Immigration News as of 07/22/2021

Learn About the Latest Immigration News as of 07/22/2021 2021 is giving a new opportunity to thousands of people who planned to come to the US in 2020, but could not due to the sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic and its massive outbreak, which paused immigration almost completely across the world. Now, while…

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Texas City files lawsuit against the Biden administration

Biden lifts certain border restrictions Former President Donald Trump’s administration implemented a series of rules and restrictions that substantially limited and curbed immigration levels in the border territory. Adding to that, aside from the intention of reducing immigration in general, the massive outbreak of Coronavirus in the North American territory also allowed the Trump administration…

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Agriculture Secretary: Foreign workers need to be protected

Agriculture Secretary: Foreign workers need to be protected On Wednesday, July 21, 2021, the 32nd US Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack commented on the importance of protecting foreign farm workers in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is in the midst of discussions and debates regarding several immigration bills. Vilsack openly stated that since…

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Immigration News Recap 21st July, 2021

Immigration News Recap 21st July, 2021 Starting an immigration process is not always an easy task and that is why seeking professional help from experts may be the only thing you need to have a successful immigration journey in the US, always following the legal guidelines established by the local immigration system. Motion Law Immigration’s…

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Biden's views on his administration's progress on immigration

First six months as president – Biden’s progress on immigration During the 2020 presidential election, there were several pivotal issues for the American population when choosing the nation’s next leader. On the one hand, clearly, the health crisis caused by the global Coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy has been a priority since…

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Your Summary of Immigration News in 20th July, 2021

Your Summary of Immigration News in 20th July, 2021 The best decision you can make to have a successful immigration process in the US and receive a positive response to your application is to seek reliable help from experts in immigration matters, who have the necessary resources to provide constant accompaniment every step of the…

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Immigration judges may shelve certain deportation cases again

The Trump administration barred judges from suspending certain deportation cases It is no secret that former President Donald Trump, who led the White House from January 2017 to January 2021, always had the firm intention to reduce immigration levels in the US in general, that is, both illegal and legal. To achieve this goal, the…

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Major tech companies criticize judge's decision on DACA

Judge bans new DACA applications In 2012, the administration of then-President Barack Obama officially implemented a program called DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), which has become a primary benefit for the immigrant community known as Dreamers. Dreamers are young immigrants who were brought to the US without legal documentation as children. Since it was…

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