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School is back in session. For many states and localities across the country, that means welcoming newly arrived immigrant and refugee youth into the classroom. There will be increased need for student support this fall, given that the United States has resettled more than 76,000 Afghans and 100,000 Ukrainians over the last year as a […]
The post How Schools Welcome Newly Arrived Immigrant and Refugee Students appeared first on Immigration Impact.
The U. S. inflation rate reached a 40-year high in June and slightly eased to 8.5% in July, continuing to put pressure on the budgets of American families. Disruptions to the supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic have led to price hikes around the world, with the war in Ukraine further pushing up global food […]
The post How Immigration Can Offset the U.S. Labor Shortage and Rising Inflation appeared first on Immigration Impact.
AILA Practice and Policy Counsel Amy Grenier highlights the due process concerns that arise when CBP enters incorrect addresses for vulnerable migrants, sending vital paperwork astray and undermining the migrants' chances to successfully request asylum and protection.
USCIS announced today that they have received 483,927 H-1B visa registrations and selected 127,600 (about 26%) in the first round for FY 2023 to meet the mandated 65,000 in the regular cap as well as the 20,000 allotted for the master’s cap (advanced degree exemption) totaling 85,000. USCIS selects more registrations than is required by...
It might seem like a straightforward statistic: 44% of individuals who appear in deportation proceedings have an immigration attorney. But it’s not so simple. Instead, it is a number that must factor in deportation cases that proceed on expedited timelines and the reality that a person may retain counsel only for a specific stage of […]
The post What Does Legal Representation Look Like in Immigration Courts Across the Country? appeared first on Immigration Impact.
If you just had a baby and plan to take a trip abroad you may be wondering, “Do babies need passports?” Under the law, babies are not exempt from having proper identification when traveling overseas. Every U.S. citizen, including minors, are required to have their own passport to travel internationally. Passports for minors under 16...
As midterm election season heats up, House Republicans on the “American Security Task Force” have produced a new framework for what they say is a plan to “secure the border.” Despite the claim of new ideas to tackle the situation at the border, the framework is almost identical to prior legislative and administrative efforts under […]
The post House GOP’s Immigration Framework Recreates Trump’s Border Wish List appeared first on Immigration Impact.
A federal court decision this month confirmed what advocates feared: that a recent move by the Supreme Court would undermine the fight against illegal government practices, like turning back asylum seekers at the border. On August 5, a federal court concluded that it could not issue an injunction against this unlawful U.S. government behavior at […]
The post Recent Supreme Court Ruling Limits Advocates’ Relief on Asylum Seekers’ Case appeared first on Immigration Impact.
In some situations, an individual may be motivated to abandon their legal permanent resident status. For instance, if you are moving to another country and that requires you to renounce your LPR status in the U.S. Doing so is voluntary and should be done via Form I-407. This form records the abandonment of the individual’s...
Here’s how people in the U.S. and elsewhere have viewed the troop evacuation and its aftermath, and their broader attitudes about the war.
The post A year later, a look back at public opinion about the U.S. military exit from Afghanistan appeared first on Pew Research Center.
The strain of being separated from your parents or other family members in the U.S. can be very difficult. The United States has a family-based green card process that allows U.S. citizens to petition for their parents/other immediate relatives and U.S. permanent residents to sponsor spouses, minor children and unmarried children over the age of...
The post How to Get a Green Card for Your Parents | Processing Time appeared first on VisaNation.
When members of Congress return from their August recess, they will find several immigration measures urgently awaiting their attention. The House Appropriations Committee already has passed a funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the full House has passed both the Farm Workforce Modernization Act and the National Defense Authorization Act, which […]
The post Urgent Immigration Measures Rest With the Senate After August Recess appeared first on Immigration Impact.
As we recognize the one-year anniversary of Kabul's fall, Mahsa Khanbabai, Parastoo Zahedi, and Spojmie Nasiri highlight efforts of the AILA Afghan Taskforce and why the Afghan Adjustment Act is so important for the U.S. to live up to its promises to protect our allies.
The post Afghan Allies Still Waiting for America’s Help One Year Later first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration.