Immigration News Recap 16th December 2021
It is clear that the sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic came along with substantial changes in most migratory processes across the world. This is mainly due to the fact that international traffic decreased considerably during the health emergency and governments had to adopt new methods to implement international cooperation strategies.
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Other than that, here is the immigration news recap for Thursday, December 16, 2021:
The complex condition of undocumented immigrants in the US
The conditions in which undocumented immigrants live in the US can often be categorized as precarious, says columnist Brooke Rouse. To learn more about this news, click here.
Bill seeks to eradicate the OPT program
A new immigration bill called “The American Tech Workforce Act of 2021” seeks to eliminate the OPT (Optional Practical Training) program and narrow the alternatives available for highly skilled foreign workers to access the H-1B visa program. To learn more about this news, click here.
Demonstrations supporting Biden’s budget bill to benefit immigrants
Migrants and activists express their desire for the Senate to pass immigration reform through Biden’s spending bill, which would allow them to work and live temporarily and legally in the US. To learn more about this news, click here.
In other news…
Immigrants are essential, but excluded
A recent report comments on the important role of immigrants among the American population, but how they are excluded without legal documentation. To learn more about this news, click here.
Migrant numbers grow after the MPP reimplementation
After the Biden administration had to reinstate the MPP policy, dozens of asylum seekers have been returned to Mexico. To learn more about this news, click here.
The US eliminates immigration requirement to streamline processes
Amid an alarming backlog of immigration cases, the US is waiving interviews for nearly 50,000 immigrants to expedite processing. To learn more about this news, click here.
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