Immigration News

Denaturalization: Can you be Denaturalized?

The Trump Administration announced a new initiative in its war on immigration: a “denaturalization task force” targeting naturalized citizens.  In June, US Citizenship and Immigration Services Director L. Francis Cissna announced that he was launching a team of investigators to complete the work of “Operation Janus,” a decade-old gove… Read More
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The Judges Have Spoken

In the past two weeks, the US courts have submitted several decisions regarding some of the Trump Administration’s more polemic immigration policies, from family separation to long-term detention. Here are a few of the most important rulings, and how they’re being carried out. Trump v. California In the beginning of April, the Trump A… Read More
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Why are People Calling to Abolish the ICE?

Amidst the Trump Administration’s polemic immigration policies, a new movement to “Abolish ICE” is getting national attention. ICE, also known as the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, is one of the government agencies responsible for carrying out immigration policies. Before condemning it, however, it’s important to unde… Read More
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How to Hire International Employees

How to Hire International Employees Hiring international workers takes time – a lot of it. The decision to bring in workers from abroad is a serious one, and it requires a significant amount of time and resources to make it happen. Unlike local hiring, you wouldn’t be able to find a candidate and have them start the following week R… Read More
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World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day, which falls on June 20th, is meant to raise awareness of the growing international refugee crisis – and it’s more of a crisis than many imagine. According to the Independent, only 100,000 refugees were resettled by the international community in 2017, while 3 million new refugees were created. The article released by… Read More
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Why are US Immigration Officials Separating Families?

Why are US Immigration Officials Separating Families? “If you cross this border unlawfully, then we will prosecute you. It’s that simple,” stated Attorney General Jeff Sessions earlier this month. Sessions’ speech outlined the the Trump Administration’s new, zero-tolerance policy on immigration misdemeanor crimes … Read More
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Sorry Trump: The Best Immigrants Are African

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was recently quoted saying that most undocumented immigrants ‘don’t have skills’ to integrate into the U.S. “The vast majority of the people that move illegally into United States are not bad people. They’re not criminals,” John Kelly told NPR, but “they’re also not people… Read More
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Love and Immigration in the USA

Fiancé(e) & Marriage Green Card Questions U.S. immigration is getting more and more complicated by the day. Thankfully, though, the immigration process for family members is still relatively straight forward – at least as much as any US immigration process can be. Here are the answers to a few frequently asked questions about your marri… Read More
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Your Social Media for Your U.S. Visa

New regulations from the U.S. Department of State may require all visa applicants – including those applying for simple tourist visas – to provide their social media accounts on their visa application forms. Many are left wondering why the Administration is asking for this extra information on standard visa applications, and what might… Read More
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US Asylum: The History of Asylum and what it means Today

The Caravan of migrants that has so infuriated Trump has reached the Mexican-American border, prompting intense reactions from both sides of the immigration debate. Their arrival has also raised questions about the reasons we offer asylum, who is eligible and why the us asylum process takes such a long time. History of asylum The idea of internat… Read More
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