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  • Article: Why Biden Must Dismantle the Migrant Protection Protocols Now by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact

    Why Biden Must Dismantle the Migrant Protection Protocols Now by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact January 29, 2021 marks the two-year anniversary of the Trump administration’s so-called “Migrant Protection Protocols” (MPP) , informally known as “Remain in Mexico.” Asylum seekers and advocates are using the occasion to call for an end to the program, which has prevented thousands of people from accessing a meaningful opportunity to seek asylum. Under MPP, many individuals...
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  • Article: Biden Took Eight Administrative Actions on Immigration. Here’s What You Need to Know. by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact 

    Biden Took Eight Administrative Actions on Immigration. Here’s What You Need to Know. by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact On his first day in office, President Biden took significant steps towards undoing the harm of the Trump administration’s immigration policies—and reforming our punitive and inhumane enforcement system. In response to years of work by immigrants and advocates, Biden quickly signed a series of executive actions related to immigration. Here is a summary ...
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  • Article: Mandamus Litigation – the Solution for Unreasonably Delayed Employment and Travel Authorization Cards by Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP

    Mandamus Litigation – the Solution for Unreasonably Delayed Employment and Travel Authorization Cards by Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP USCIS processing times have been frustratingly long and made even worse due to COVID-19. Unfortunately, the delays are now getting longer and adversely impacting the lives of employers, employees and families. As a result, more immigrants are turning to the courts for a solution. The judicial system can provide relief when experiencing unreasonable delay...
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  • Article: President Biden Ushers in New Hope on Immigration after Trump’s Destructive and Xenophobic Four Years by Cyrus D. Mehta and Kaitlyn Box

    President Biden Ushers in New Hope on Immigration after Trump’s Destructive and Xenophobic Four Years by Cyrus D. Mehta and Kaitlyn Box There is much for all of us to be excited about after President Biden’s inauguration on January 20, 2021 when he aggressively rescinded many of Trump’s most damaging immigration actions. We were also relieved to wake up on Saturday morning to find that there was no Friday midnight Trump regulation night aimed to hurt immigrants or put a further roadblock on legal immigrat...
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  • Article: What Is the Biden Administration Plan for H-1b Season? by Alan Lee, Esq.

    Article: What Is the Biden Administration Plan for H-1b Season? by Alan Lee, Esq.

    What Is the Biden Administration Plan for H-1b Season? by Alan Lee, Esq. By this time last year, USCIS had already come out with the rules for employer registration for the new H-1B season along with the timetable. At the time of this writing, nothing has been sent by Washington on timing or procedure. It may well be because we have a new administration with a new DHS chief, Alejandro Mayorkas, awaiting confirmation, and no one is certain what the Biden policy will be. His appointment of Ma...
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  • Article: Is Biden’s New Immigration Law a Policy Perversion – What about Indian H1-B Holders? by Matt Gordon

    Is Biden's New Immigration Law a Policy Perversion - What about Indian H1-B Holders? by Matt Gordon ©2021 According to multiple news reports, in the coming days, the Biden administration will introduce major immigration legislation that is designed to create an eight-year path to citizenship for undocumented aliens already present in the United States. In one sense, that is a fine thing to do. It is absurd and dehumanizing for human beings to have to live in fear and in the shadows. In ...
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  • Article: Why Biden’s Immigration Bill Is the Boldest in Decades by Walter A. Ewing for Immigration Impact

    Why Biden's Immigration Bill Is the Boldest in Decades by Walter A. Ewing for Immigration Impact During his campaign, President Biden promised that immigration reform would be one of his top priorities upon taking office. After unveiling the summary of a sweeping immigration reform bill on Inauguration Day, the Biden administration appears to have kept that promise. If passed, the bill will provide a pathway to legal status for most of the estimated 11 million undocumented imm...
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  • Article: How to Work in the U.S.: A Brief Guide to U.S. Employment Based Immigration by Klasko Immigration

    How to Work in the U.S.: A Brief Guide to U.S. Employment Based Immigration by Klasko Immigration Living and working in the United States is the dream of many individuals across the world. There are different types of employment-based visas to help make this dream a reality depending on each person’s unique situation. Below are some of the most common visa options that the employment based immigration lawyers at Klasko Immigration Law Partners obtain for our clients regularly. ...
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  • Article: The United States Needs a New Approach to Visas and Immigration Benefits by Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

    The United States Needs a New Approach to Visas and Immigration Benefits by Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact The Biden administration faces a fundamental challenge in reforming the U.S. immigration system: making the United States more welcoming to immigrants. Part of this effort will involve overturning Trump-era bans on visa categories and immigration from certain parts of the world. But it will also involve reimagining how immigration benefits a...
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  • Article : Brown Around Town: New Immigrant Vaccine

    Article : Brown Around Town: New Immigrant Vaccine

    Brown Around Town: New Immigrant Vaccine by Jan H. Brown About The Author Jan H. Brown is a a published author in the field of US immigration laws and a frequent lecturer on diverse immigration related topics for the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the New York State Bar Association, among other groups. He is Co-Chair of New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), International Section Immigration and Nationality Committee.He is also former chair of American Immigra...
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