Your Weekly Summary of Immigration News
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Other than that, here is the immigration news recap for the second week of January 2022:
Changes in undocumented immigrant populations
According to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the population crossing the US border illegally has changed dramatically over the past 2 years. To learn more about this news, click here.
Immigration as a guarantee of Democracy in the US
The US is characterized as a country at the forefront of Democracy worldwide. However, immigration seems to be the blind spot in the negotiations between Republican and Democratic representatives. To learn more about this news, click here.
Reduced immigration influences the US labor system
The Great Resignation, as the job desertion phenomenon caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, is tremendously affecting the business sector. Aside from that, the continued reduction in immigration since 2016 has generated a significant reduction in the US workforce. To learn more about this news, click here.
Immigration activists and advocates seek a political way forward
Immigration advocacy groups are seeking strategies to get more American citizens to support possible immigration reform. To learn more about this news, click here.
Chamber of Commerce shows interest in immigration
In a recent statement, Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Suzanne P. Clark expressed the Chamber’s interest in supporting policies that would allow more skilled foreign workers to enter the US. To learn more about this news, click here.
Refugee admissions resume in the US
A representative of the Department of State (DOS) recently reported on the reactivation of refugee admissions, after a temporary pause ending in 2021. To learn more about this news, click here.
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