Immigration News Friday 17th September 2021

Latest Immigration News 09/17/21

Latest Immigration News 09/17/21

Talking about immigration can be quite complex because it is a subject that sparks a gigantic social controversy in the US. Therefore, when looking for information related to the local immigration system, it is imperative to follow reliable sources and analyze different points of view and opinions to reach the most accurate conclusions regarding the immigration sector and its impact on the American economy and social fabric.

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Other than that, here is the immigration news recap for Friday September 17, 2021:

Biden can no longer expel immigrant families under Title 42

On Thursday, September 16, a federal judge for the District of Columbia ordered the Biden administration to stop using Title 42 to deport immigrant families without giving them the opportunity to apply for political asylum in the US. To learn more about this news, click here.

August: Border apprehension rates finally declined slightly

CBP (Customs and Border Protection), one of the entities in charge of enforcing immigration law in the border territory, recently released border apprehension figures from August and, to the surprise of many, they finally decreased slightly. To learn more about this news, click here.

Court of Appeals reverses judge’s order regarding ICE protocols

On Wednesday, September 15, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals halted a Texas federal judge’s order that blocked a series of parameters implemented by the Biden administration on ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) protocols. To learn more about this news, click here.

In other news…

The Biden administration asks for public input on immigration

On Thursday, September 16, Biden’s DHS (Department of Homeland Security) published a request for public input in the Federal Register, asking the American population to provide feedback regarding existing immigration processes and how to improve the local immigration system in general. To learn more about this news, click here.

Texas asks for help for migrant camp

The state of Texas is asking for help from the Biden administration to control the situation at a bridge located between the US and Mexico, where approximately 10,000 migrants are camped out. To learn more about this news, click here.

New immigration bill to protect documented Dreamers

A new immigration bill was introduced in the Senate on Wednesday, September 15, which seeks to offer permanent protection to documented Dreamers, who are young immigrants who have been protected under their parents’ legal permits. To learn more about this news, click here.

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