Immigration News Recap 9th June, 2021
It is clear that the sudden arrival of the global Coronavirus pandemic came along with a substantial change in most migratory processes around 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.
Nowadays, more than a year after the course of human history changed almost completely, there are several countries that are carrying out national vaccination plans and immigration levels are gradually returning to normal. This includes the US.
However, despite the fact that most processes are working as usual, there have been hundreds of changes to the US’ immigration system, which are related not only to the global pandemic, but also with certain policies from the previous administration.
Therefore, to submit a solid immigration application, feel free to Contact Motion Law Immigration, schedule a FREE Consultation, and follow the advice of our experienced attorneys.
Other than that, here is the immigration news recap for Wednesday June 9, 2021:
Bill to protect foreign health workers
A group of bipartisan senators recently reintroduced an immigration bill that would allow eligible foreign medical professionals to remain in the US even after their visa expires. To learn more about this news, click here.
Harris faces criticism from various sources
After her trip to Central America, Vice President Harris is receiving multiple criticisms due to the message she sent to migrants and leaders in the region. To learn more about this news, click here.
Backlog of visa applications and international students
Several educational institutions express concern about the abnormally low foreign student enrollment rate and fear that the backlog of visa applications will make the situation worse. To learn more about this news, click here.
In other news…
Border apprehensions in May 2021
Axios recently released preliminary CBP (Customs and Border Protection) figures, which show that border apprehension rates for May are similar to those of March and April. To learn more about this news, click here.
RNC criticizes the Biden administration’s approach to border situation
Members of the RNC (Republican National Committee) criticized the Biden administration for not visiting the borders amid a surge of illegal crossings, especially VP Kamala Harris. To learn more about this news, click here.
Advocates protest in front of immigrant minor facility
Several activist groups and immigrant rights advocates protested in front of a center for immigrant minors run by HHS (Department of Health and Human Services). To learn more about this news, click here.
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