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There are sizable ideological differences over the most pressing priorities for the U.S. immigration system within each partisan coalition.
The post Republicans and Democrats have different top priorities for U.S. immigration policy appeared first on Pew Research Center.
There is no doubt that fentanyl is a major problem inside the United States. Over the last decade, rising availability of fentanyl has caused a spike in overdose deaths across the nation. In 2021, almost 90% of opioid overdose deaths were linked to fentanyl. The criminal networks that produce and distribute fentanyl are vast and […]
The post Fact Check: Migrants Aren’t the Ones Smuggling Fentanyl Into the United States appeared first on Immigration Impact.
DHS Announces Re-Registration Process for Current Venezuela Temporary Protected Status Beneficiaries
Border Patrol agents in Arizona have been confiscating and not returning the turbans worn by Sikh asylum seekers as part of their religion. Immigrant advocates and members of Congress have pointed out that this practice is discriminatory and violates federal law, as well as the policies of the Border Patrol’s parent agency, U.S. Customs and […]
The post Sikh Asylum Seekers in Arizona Face Religious Discrimination by the Border Patrol appeared first on Immigration Impact.
As hundreds of thousands of students prepare to go back to school this fall, it’s important to consider the outsized role international students play in both campus life and the United States economy. For the 2020 – 2021 academic school year, there were an estimated 914,000 international students enrolled in U.S. colleges and universities, making […]
The post The Economic Impact When International Students Return Back to Campus appeared first on Immigration Impact.
Inspired by a new documentary about the issue, AILA member Mona Shah and co-authors Sarah Salarano and Shaun Chaudhry describe the terrible situation facing women and girls in Afghanistan and urge all of us to become informed and to take action.
The post New Documentary Exposes the Realities of Life in Afghanistan for Women first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration.
Biden Moves to Stabilize the Lives of Hundreds of Thousands of DACA Recipients, but Critical Work Remains
Last week, the Biden administration published the final version of a regulation that seeks to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative and provide a modicum of stability to the hundreds of thousands of people living in the United States who benefit from its protections. While this move fulfills a key commitment made […]