Immigration

In Latest Crackdown, Asylum Seekers to Face New Hurdles to Get US Work Permits
Immigration
In Latest Crackdown, Asylum Seekers to Face New Hurdles to Get US Work Permits

MIAMI — Over the past 20 years, asylum seekers in the United States have benefited broadly from a regulatory provision in immigration law that allowed them to receive an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) within a 30-day deadline after their initial... Read More

Supreme Court Okays Fast-Track Removal of Asylum Seekers
Immigration
Supreme Court Okays Fast-Track Removal of Asylum Seekers
2020-06-25 18:22:09
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court handed a major victory to the Trump administration on Thursday, ruling that asylum seekers have no right to a federal court hearing before being removed from the United States. The 7-2 decision reverses an... Read More

Senate Democrats Want a Vote on Permanent Citizenship Solution for Dreamers
Immigration
Senate Democrats Want a Vote on Permanent Citizenship Solution for Dreamers
2020-06-25 16:57:13
by Sara Wilkerson

WASHINGTON - The Senate Democratic caucus has sent a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, urging him to bring the bipartisan American Dream and Promise Act, which grants citizenship to so-called dreamers and certain other classes of immigrants, to the... Read More

Appeals Court Allows Trump’s Expansion of Fast-Track Deportation
Immigration
Appeals Court Allows Trump’s Expansion of Fast-Track Deportation

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court in Washington sided with the way the Trump administration expanded its fast-track deportation process last year to a broader swath of immigrants who enter the country illegally, including those found anywhere in the U.S.... Read More

Trump Administration Extends Visa Ban to Non-Immigrants
Immigration
Trump Administration Extends Visa Ban to Non-Immigrants

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Monday extended a ban on green cards issued outside the United States until the end of the year and added many temporary work visas to the freeze, including those used heavily by technology... Read More

Citizenship By Drive-Thru? Immigrants Now Take Oath Without Leaving Car
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Citizenship By Drive-Thru? Immigrants Now Take Oath Without Leaving Car

DETROIT — After years waiting to become American citizens, dozens of immigrants saw their dreams realized Wednesday — though the big moment wasn’t exactly what they had envisioned. They took their oaths in a drive-thru. Without ever leaving their cars,... Read More

Dreamers, Congress See Hard Work Ahead Despite Court Ruling
Immigration
Dreamers, Congress See Hard Work Ahead Despite Court Ruling

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruling that spells relief for the thousands of undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children also takes pressure off Congress to find an immediate fix to their predicament. But because it leaves the... Read More

Supreme Court Rules Trump Can't Unilaterally End Obama-Era DACA Program
Immigration
Supreme Court Rules Trump Can't Unilaterally End Obama-Era DACA Program
2020-06-18 15:52:30
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that President Donald Trump does not have the legal authority to abruptly rescind the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, a decision that for now will protect about 650,000 young immigrants... Read More

Supreme Court Rejects White House Bid to Overturn California 'Sanctuary' Law
Immigration
Supreme Court Rejects White House Bid to Overturn California 'Sanctuary' Law
2020-06-15 18:54:41
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Trump administration’s bid to overturn one of California's so-called “sanctuary” laws, leaving intact rules prohibiting law enforcement from aiding federal agents in taking custody of immigrants as they are released from... Read More

Immigrants Anxious as They Await Supreme Court DACA Decision
Immigration
Immigrants Anxious as They Await Supreme Court DACA Decision

PHOENIX (AP) — Reyna Montoya’s hands get sweaty and her throat feels like it’s closing just talking about the anxiety of every Monday this spring. The immigrant rights activist who's shielded from deportation and allowed to legally work in the... Read More

Homeland Security Grossly Understated Family Separations, Watchdog Says
Homeland Security
Homeland Security Grossly Understated Family Separations, Watchdog Says

Customs and Border Protection separated dozens more migrant children at ports of entry in 2018 than it publicly attested to at the height of the Trump administration’s so-called zero tolerance policy, according to a new report published Tuesday by the... Read More

State Legislatures Are Increasingly Looking To Take The Lead On Immigration
Immigration
State Legislatures Are Increasingly Looking To Take The Lead On Immigration
2020-05-29 15:01:51
by Gaspard Le Dem

WASHINGTON - In the past decade, many U.S. states have faced labor shortages that have placed a financial strain on local businesses and economies.  With fewer skilled immigrants entering the country and young people losing interest in blue-collar jobs, key... Read More

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