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Options for Nonimmigrant Workers Following Termination of Employment
In Their Own Words: Asian Immigrants’ Experiences Navigating Language Barriers in the United States
Across 49 focus groups with Asian immigrants, daily challenges related to speaking English emerged as a common theme. Participants also shared frustration, stress and at times sadness in dealing with cultural and language barriers, and described support they received from others.
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DHS’s Public Charge Final Rule Goes into Effect on Dec. 23
Key facts about recent trends in global migration
The number of international migrants grew to 281 million in 2020; 3.6% of the world’s people lived outside their country of birth that year.
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USCIS’ 2022 Progress Report Shows Promise, But Agency Still Has a Long Way to Go
From the displacement following the Russian invasion of Ukraine to migrant bussing across the United States, the immigration field has faced unique challenges this year while continuing to manage the ongoing COVID pandemic, backlog for legal immigration and asylum cases, and more. Last week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released its Fiscal Year 2022 […]
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USCIS Announces Trial for Updates to the Naturalization Test
ICE Makes Paying Bond Extremely Difficult. This Lawsuit Wants to Change That.
One might think that posting bond in the immigration system is a straightforward process. Immigration authorities set bond. A person pays the bond amount, and the incarcerated person is released. In reality, nothing could be farther from the truth. The process for posting bond is unclear across the board, resulting in confusion among those attempting […]
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U.S. Government Detention of Asylum Seekers Flouts International Human Rights Law
AILA Law Journal authors Curtis F.J. Doebbler and Elisa Fornalé shared some insights from their recent article, “International Human Rights Law and the Detention of Asylum Seekers” which focused on the U.S. practice of detaining asylum seekers and relevant international human rights obligations.
The post U.S. Government Detention of Asylum Seekers Flouts International Human Rights Law first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration.
DHS and DOL Announce Availability of Additional H-2B Visas for Fiscal Year 2023
With Greater Funding Must Come Great Accountability
AILA Policy Associate Paul Stern writes why Congress must provide greater funding and accountability for USCIS to continue addressing its backlogs and processing delays.
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