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  • Sep 17 - Pilot Program, Legalization for Immigrants

    Sep 17 - Pilot Program, Legalization for Immigrants

    Comment: Pilot Program, Legalization for Immigrants Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Blogging, and News about The House Offers First Glimpse at Legalization for Millions of Immigrants Through Reconciliation by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, USCIS Expands Credit Card Payment Pilot Program to Texas Service Center and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com ...
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  • Article: Immigration News That You Can Use - October "Surprise"in the Opposite Direction as DOS Fails to Partner With USCIS; Proof of COVID Vaccination Beginning October 1 Appears Only Prospective and more by Alan Lee, ESQ.

    Immigration News That You Can Use-October "Surprise" in the Opposite Direction as DOS Fails to Partner With USCIS; Proof of COVID Vaccination Beginning October 1 Appears Only Prospective; $3.5 Trillion Reconciliation Package Has Hope for Many Undocumented Immigrants; Market Research Analyst H-1B Proposed Nationwide Class-Action Suit Settlement; Reporting to ICE ERO to Become Simpler. by Alan Lee, Esq. October “surprise” in the opposite direction as DOS does not do its pa...
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  • Article: The House Offers First Glimpse at Legalization for Millions of Immigrants Through Reconciliation by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Impact

    The House Offers First Glimpse at Legalization for Millions of Immigrants Through Reconciliation by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick House Democrats began to mark up a budget reconciliation bill on September 10 that would provide a path to legal status for millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Although the bill will likely go through multiple changes before a final vote, the text provides an important marker for understanding who might benefit from a path to legal status ...
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  • Article: Indigenous Discrimination and Danger in the Mexican State of Guerrero by Robert Kirkland

    Indigenous Discrimination and Danger in the Mexican State of Guerrero by Robert Kirkland The purpose of this article is to give an overview of the current security situation in the Mexican State of Guerrero and how this situation impacts the indigenous population. Furthermore, it will highlight the institution neglect of these minority populations and how it makes them more vulnerable to cartels and gangs. Indeed, indigenous from Guerrero, especially women, cannot count on the govern...
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  • Article: California Law Would Prevent Transfers From Local Law Enforcement to ICE Custody by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact

    California Law Would Prevent Transfers From Local Law Enforcement to ICE Custody by Katy Murdza Proposed legislation in California that would further limit the state’s involvement in immigration detention has made progress toward becoming law. The VISION Act would prevent transfers to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody of people who are released from state or local custody. The bill passed the state assembly in June and is now expected to pass the state Senate in th...
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  • Article: Turning Back Asylum Seekers is Against the Law, Court Finds by Karolina Walters for Immigration Impact

    Turning Back Asylum Seekers is Against the Law, Court Finds by Karolina Walters A federal court concluded Thursday that the U.S. government’s turning back of asylum seekers at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border—primarily through a practice called metering—not only violates U.S. law, but also is unconstitutional. Before the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) and Title 42, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers began the practice of turning...
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  • Article - On American Immigrant Investor Alliance by Ishaan Khanna for AIIA

    Article - On American Immigrant Investor Alliance by Ishaan Khanna for AIIA

    On American Immigrant Investor Alliance by Ishaan Khanna for AIIA AIIA Legal Community Outreach Instructions + Template Date of Issue: 16th August, 2021  Instructions:  Dear EB-5 investor, We have put together a template for you to use to help spread the word about AIIA. First, a little background: AIIA has drafted proposed grandfathering legislation, with the assistance of Robert Divine, titled the “Foreign Investor Fairness Protection Act” (FIFPA). FIFPA is a one-page bill with...
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  • Article - Unaccompanied Minors Among Thousands Evacuated from Afghanistan by Rebekah Wolf for Immigration Impact

    Unaccompanied Minors Among Thousands Evacuated from Afghanistan by Rebekah Wolf Officials from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have confirmed that 34 unaccompanied minors from Afghanistan currently in the United States were among the approximately 123,000 Afghan nationals evacuated from Afghanistan last month. With more Afghan children expected to arrive in the United States, their future and what awaits them is unclear. An “unaccompanied minor” fo...
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  • Article: Felony Reentry Immigration Law Is Unconstitutional Due to Racist Origins, Judge Rules by Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

    Felony Reentry Immigration Law Is Unconstitutional Due to Racist Origins, Judge Rules by Walter Ewing A federal judge ruled for the first time in U.S. history that a provision of U.S. immigration law which makes it a felony for someone to reenter the United States after having been deported is unconstitutional because of its racist origins. Since 1929, U.S. immigration law has made it a misdemeanor to “unlawfully enter” the country and a felony to “unlawfully...
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  • Article : The Biden Administration Should Not Delay in Creating a Private Sponsorship Program to Aid Afghan Refugees by Matthew la Corte

    The Biden Administration Should Not Delay in Creating a Private Sponsorship Program to Aid Afghan Refugees by Matthew la Corte Americans across the country have been gripped by the chaotic departure of U.S. forces from Afghanistan. The images are horrifying. The stories are heartbreaking. But the tremendous response from the American people has been uplifting and inspiring.  The Wall Street Journal reports that local refugee resettlement officials have seen an &ldquo...
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