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  • Article: Biden’s Actions on Immigration Enforcement Have Been Inconsistent Since Taking Office for Immigration Impact

    Biden's Actions on Immigration Enforcement Have Been Inconsistent Since Taking Office by Walter Ewing The Biden administration inherited an immigration enforcement system devoted to detaining and deporting as many people as possible. During the Trump years, every undocumented immigrant in the country became a target of deportation. Even longtime residents who had minor brushes with the criminal justice system were subject to enforcement actions. A new report from the Ameri...
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  • Article: Biden Administration Revokes Trump’s Health Insurance Visa Ban by Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

    Biden Administration Revokes Trump's Health Insurance Visa Ban by Walter Ewing President Biden revoked a proclamation issued by former President Trump in 2019 that required nearly all prospective immigrants to demonstrate that they would be covered by private health insurance or were wealthy enough not to need it. Those needing health insurance would have to be covered within 30 days of entering the United States. This health insurance visa ban would have amounted to a wea...
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  • Article: New Full Counties Qualify as TEAs Based on Latest 2020 BLS Employment Data by Samuel Silverman and Michael Schoenfeld 

    New Full Counties Qualify as TEAs Based on Latest 2020 BLS Employment Data by Samuel Silverman and Michael Schoenfeld The EB-5 investment program requires a capital commitment of $1.8 million from an immigrant investor seeking permanent residency in the United States. However, investors can reduce the minimum investment requirement to only $900k if they choose an investment located in a targeted employment area (TEA). An area is considered a TEA if it is located in eit...
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  • Article: Our Delayed I-526 Plaintiffs Notch Their Biggest Win Yet in Gutta by Matt Galati

    Our Delayed I-526 Plaintiffs Notch Their Biggest Win Yet in Gutta by Matt Galati I have been honored to represent 22 joined plaintiffs facing USCIS’ I-526 adjudication delays in the lawsuit Gutta v. Renaud, 4:20-cv-06579-DMR (N.D. Cal. 2020). In Gutta, the plaintiffs’ I-526 filing dates ranged from October 2017 to November 2019. With the Court ruling that the plaintiffs had adequately stated a claim, this action opens the door to relief for the youngest group of I-526 delay...
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  • Article: Brown Around Town-Niz-Chavez In a Picture by Jan H. Brown

    Article: Brown Around Town-Niz-Chavez In a Picture by Jan H. Brown

    Brown Around Town-Niz-Chavez In a Picture by Jan H. Brown by Jan H. Brown If you are having difficulty viewing this document please click here. 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...
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  • Article: Proposals for Shattering Barriers and Obstacles to Legal Immigration Without Waiting for Congress to Act by Cyrus Mehta

    Proposals for Shattering Barriers and Obstacles to Legal Immigration Without Waiting for Congress to Act by Cyrus Mehta In response to the Biden administration’s invitation to comment, I submitted several proposals to reform the immigration system through executive actions so that many can be quickly helped without waiting for Congress to act. You too can submit a proposal by May 19, 2021 at https://www.regulations.gov/document/USCIS-2021-0004-0001  May 19, 2021 Samantha Des...
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  • Article: Salvadoran Witness Protection and Its Shortcoming by Robert Kirkland

    Article: Salvadoran Witness Protection and Its Shortcoming by Robert Kirkland

    Salvadoran Witness Protection and Its Shortcomings by Robert Kirkland The purpose of this post is to look at the Salvadoran Witness Protection program and evaluate who it serves and how effectively it safeguards those who turn evidence against gangs or other criminal elements in El Salvador. In immigration hearings, Salvadorans facing removal and who fear retribution from criminals they turned evidence against often need to justify the inadequacy of police or other legal protections in...
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  • Article: First Round of Biden Immigration Judges Fails to Increase Diversity by Rebekah Wolf for Immigration Impact

    First Round of Biden Immigration Judges Fails to Increase Diversity by Rebekah Wolf The Biden administration announced its first round of immigration judge appointments on May 6. Unfortunately, the immigration court appointments do not show the commitment to diversity that President Biden has demonstrated in his federal court appointments. All of the new judges had received conditional offers from the Trump administration. The ...
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  • Article: Another Trump Barrier Broken as DHS Withdraws Two Proposed Rules for Limiting Access to Legal Immigration by Leslie Dellon for Immigration Impact

    Another Trump Barrier Broken as DHS Withdraws Two Proposed Rules for Limiting Access to Legal Immigration by Leslie Dellon The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently withdrew two rules proposed by the Trump administration. On the surface, it seems they have nothing in common: a proposed expansion in collecting biometrics and the proposed end to a program for foreign entrepreneurs to develop new ventures in the United States. But the withdrawals had a common purpose—encouraging, rathe...
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  • Article: As US Birth Rate Declines, Programs Like Social Security Need Immigration to Survive by Walter Ewing for Immigration Impact

    As US Birth Rate Declines, Programs Like Social Security Need Immigration to Survive by Walter Ewing Birth rates are falling in the United States at the same time more Americans are reaching retirement age. Together, these two trends present enormous economic challenges for the nation. A growing number of retirees are leaving the labor force and relying on programs like Social Security and Medicare. But there aren’t enough younger workers able to take their place. If not for ...
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