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  • Article: Salvadoran Reaction to President Biden's Immigration Reform Statements by Robert Kirkland

    Salvadoran Reaction to President Biden's Immigration Reform Statements by Robert Kirkland The purpose of this article is to give a sampling of Salvadoran policymaker and thought leader opinions regarding President Biden and his proposed immigration reform. Overall, there is high expectations of the new President and reaction has been favorable but with noted caution. Positive Reactions: “There are more than eleven million immigrants who would benefi...
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  • Article: Salvadoran Reaction to President Biden's Immigration Reform Statements by Robert Kirkland

    Salvadoran Reaction to President Biden's Immigration Reform Statements by Robert Kirkland The purpose of this article is to give a sampling of Salvadoran policymaker and thought leader opinions regarding President Biden and his proposed immigration reform. Overall, there is high expectations of the new President and reaction has been favorable but with noted caution. Positive Reactions: “There are more than eleven million immigrants who would benefi...
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  • Article: State Dept. Exempts Certain Travelers From Restrictions: Is there a Better Way So That the Least Number Get Impacted? by Cyrus D. Mehta

    State Dept. Exempts Certain Travelers From Restrictions: Is there a Better Way So That the Least Number Get Impacted? by Cyrus D. Mehta On February 10, 2021, the Department of State (DOS) announced that certain business travelers, investors, treaty traders, academics, students, and journalists may qualify for national interest exceptions under the Presidential Proclamation (PP) covering travelers from the Schengen Area, United Kingdom (UK), and Ireland. Qualified travelers who are applying for or have valid visa...
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  • Article: The Biden Administration and Immigration Reform by Kevin Johnson

    Article: The Biden Administration and Immigration Reform by Kevin Johnson

    The Biden Administration and Immigration Reform by Kevin Johnson After four years of the Trump administration’s hyper-aggressive immigration measures, Joe Biden ran for President promising dramatic change to U.S. immigration law and enforcement. He quickly moved to change the direction of the nation’s immigration policies. Whether President Biden ultimately succeeds will have big impacts on California, which has the largest population of immigrants of any state in the Union. In his...
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  • Article: Congress Can Help Crime Victims and Witnesses With One Easy Fix by Matthew La Corte,  Monica Leung

    Congress Can Help Crime Victims and Witnesses With One Easy Fix by Matthew La Corte, Monica Leung By Matthew La Corte,  Monica Leung February 11, 2021 Since 2000, the U.S. has offered noncitizen victims of serious crimes two visas — the T and U visas — to incentiviz...
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  • Article: The Border Patrol’s Culture of Racism Impacts Every Facet of the Agency Today by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact 

    The Border Patrol’s Culture of Racism Impacts Every Facet of the Agency Today by Katy Murdza for Immigration Impact The U.S. Border Patrol has been rooted in institutional racism since its founding in 1924. Almost a century later, the agency continues to commit racially fueled violent acts with near impunity. The American Immigration Council details this history in a new report, The Legacy of Racism within the U.S. Border Patrol . Here are ...
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  • Article: What You Need to Know About the Latest Changes to the H-1B Registration Process by Leslie Dellon for Immigration Impact

    What You Need to Know About the Latest Changes to the H-1B Registration Process by Leslie Dellon for Immigration Impact The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently issued a final rule changing the way U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) selects the registrations of U.S. employers that want to file H-1B petitions subject to the annual “cap.” The end result could dramatically reduce the number of recent foreign graduate...
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  • Article: Biden Administration Ends ‘Safe Third Country’ Agreements by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Impact 

    Biden Administration Ends ‘Safe Third Country’ Agreements by Aaron Reichlin-Melnick for Immigration Impact For more than 40 years, the law has guaranteed any person who is physically present in the United States a right to seek asylum. In 2019 the Trump administration attempted to effectively eliminate that law by signing so-called “Asylum Cooperative Agreements” (ACAs) with Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. On February 6, the Biden administration fulfilled a campaign...
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  • Article: State of the EB-5 Industry and Its Path Forward by Aaron Grau

    Article: State of the EB-5 Industry and Its Path Forward by Aaron Grau

    State of the EB-5 Industry and Its Path Forward by Aaron Grau As Executive Director of the EB-5 Regional Center Program’s only industry trade association, I am privileged to speak with authority about the EB-5 program reauthorization effort at the end of 2020 and the Association’s advocacy plan for 2021. A Sincere Thank You Before I begin, I would like to express my sincere thanks to the many groups and individuals who support a strong EB-5 industry. First is to thank Senator Gras...
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  • Article: The Biden Administration Is Already Supporting Employment-Based Immigration, But Uncertainty Remains by Leslie Dellon for Immigration Impact

    The Biden Administration Is Already Supporting Employment-Based Immigration, But Uncertainty Remains by Leslie Dellon for Immigration Impact Business immigration has already benefited from the change in administrations. On January 25, President Biden issued an executive order directly replacing a Trump-era executive order that wreaked havoc on the H-1B visa category. Biden’s ‘Made in America’ Order The recent executive order adopted “Buy American” policies and revoke...
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