Weekly Immigration News November 14 – 19, 2022

immigration news recap for the third week of November, 2022

Weekly Immigration News Summary

It is essential to understand the immigration system, or at least be up to date with current policies, when starting an immigration journey in the US, or even if you just need to renew your legal permit or complete a pending process within the country.

We recommend this mainly because local immigration processes are not always permanent, but rather tend to change regularly depending on global conditions, social needs, ideals of the country’s administration and many other factors.

Therefore, to avoid a possible rejection of your application, the ideal would be for you to be up to date with the most recent immigration news and have the constant accompaniment of experts on immigration matters.

For this last option, we recommend for you to contact Motion Law Immigration and ask for a FREE Consultation with our attorneys, who have years of experience guiding people through all kinds of immigration processes.

Here is the immigration news recap for the third week of November, 2022:

Biden’s DHS extends TPS for Latin American countries

Amid a mammoth legal battle, Biden’s DHS (Department of Homeland Security) extended TPS for eligible migrants from Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and El Salvador through the summer of 2024. To learn more about this news, click here.

International intervention in immigration is clear

Experts on the subject openly declare that the decisions of other world powers regarding immigration could influence the US and be the door to the necessary comprehensive immigration reform. To learn more about this news, click here.

Congress might push for immigration reform soon

According to a recent report, China’s technological growth could be the impetus for the White House and Congress to reach an agreement on immigration reform once and for all. To learn more about this news, click here.

Judge rules against Title 42

On Tuesday, November 15, a federal judge ruled against Title 42 and declared it illegal, ordering its termination. To learn more about this news, click here.

The US should follow Canada’s lead

A recent report explains how Canada’s view on immigration is precisely what the US needs to move forward. To learn more about this news, click here.

Begin your immigration journey today!

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