Immigration News Recap 30th April 2021

Immigration News Recap 30th April 2021

Now more than ever it is important to help each other and seek professional help when completing or starting an immigration process in the US. Following the advice of experts on immigration matters is essential for multiple reasons, but mainly because the world is still going through an unprecedented global health crisis and many immigration policies changed over the past four years under the Trump administration, especially amid the massive Coronavirus outbreak in 2020, and are changing again under the Biden administration.

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Here is the immigration news recap for Friday, April 30, 2021:

DOJ invalidates Trump’s restriction on sanctuary cities

Biden’s DOJ (Department of Justice) recently reversed a Trump policy that withheld grants from sanctuary cities, counties and states. To learn more about this news, click here.

ICE will no longer collect fines from immigrants

Biden’s DHS (Department of Homeland Security) permanently rescinded a policy implemented by Trump, which allowed ICE to issue fines to immigrants seeking sanctuary in the US. To learn more about this news, click here.

Multiple legal alternatives for immigration processes within the country

There is a growing controversy regarding documented-undocumented immigrants, which refers to people who overstay their visas or permits. It is important to follow the advice of experts to avoid risky situations. To learn more about this news, click here.

In other news…

Biden stopped construction of Trump’s border wall

As one of his first actions in office, President Biden halted construction of Trump’s border wall. What does the border wall look like now? To learn more about this news, click here.

Relationship between foreign students and American students

There has always been a debate about whether international students affect American students. Recent research shows quite interesting results. To learn more about this news, click here.

Immigration and the American birth rate

The 2020 National Census reveals that the US’ birth rate has dropped considerably in the last decade, immigration could be the linchpin in balancing this figure. To learn more about this news, click here.

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