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Surge: 14.3 million illegal immigrants in US costing taxpayers $130B  Washington Examiner

Fueled by lax laws, promises of sanctuary, and a growing threat to shut down the U.S.-Mexico border, the illegal immigrant population in the United States has ...

U.S. immigration deal with El Salvador: Trump administration to sign asylum accord with one of the most dangerous countries in the world  CBS News

Washington — The Trump administration on Friday announced it had brokered an immigration accord with El Salvador designed to ensure the government of ...

How The Trump Administration Has Changed Legal Immigration  WBUR

In the first part of our series on legal immigration, we look at the effect of the administration's policies and rhetoric on legal travel and migration to the U.S..

One of the simplest ways to get a green card is back. Here’s what foreigners need to do  Miami Herald

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, known as the Visa Lottery, will provide 55000 green cards to foreigners for fiscal year 2021. Enter from October 12 to ...

Confronting Political Gridlock, U.S. Corporations Form Immigration Initiative  Fortune

For Driscoll's CEO Soren Bjorn, an example of just one of the litany of issues plaguing the U.S. immigration system showed up in the form of uncharacteristically ...

U.S. Immigration Courts’ Backlog Exceeds One Million Cases  The Wall Street Journal

The backlogged deportation docket pending in U.S. immigration courts surpassed one million cases in August, surging despite the Trump administration's efforts ...

John Oliver Knows More About Immigration Than Donald Trump  Forbes

John Oliver is a comedian who understands America's legal immigration system better than the president of the United States.

U.S. government wants to screen immigrants’ social media before granting citizenship  Miami Herald

Immigrants applying for certain benefits may soon be required to provide links to their social media activity as part of the application process. The Department of ...

Tech company Chef won’t renew U.S. immigration contracts, changing course amid employee activism  GeekWire

Software engineers are powerful players in the technology industry. Typically, they exercise that power to negotiate sky-high salaries that companies competing ...

Thirteen Marines Charged With Smuggling Illegal Immigrants into US  National Review

The Marine Corps has charged 13 members with smuggling illegal immigrants into the U.S., in addition to a range of other offenses including failure to obey an ...

U.S. immigration officials are manipulating illiterate migrants. This must stop.  The Washington Post

Emily Reed is a 2019 graduate of Barnard College, where she received a degree in history. In keeping with the Trump administration's determination to ...

US citizen arrested in Texas after 53 illegal immigrants found inside sweltering tractor-trailer: officials  Fox News

An American driver has been arrested in Texas after border agents found 53 illegal immigrants from Mexico and several other countries south of the U.S. border ...

U.S. Border Patrol agents now screening migrants for "credible fear" under controversial pilot program  CBS News

Border Patrol agents — law enforcement officers — are now interviewing would-be asylum seekers who express fear about returning to their home countries.

Repealing Section 1325 Overlooks What Is Really Needed In U.S. Immigration Reform  Forbes

Will changing one section of the U.S. Code fix America's immigration problems? Doubtful - Here's what's really needed.

More Immigrant Children Are Dying At The Border As The Trump Administration Sends People Back To Mexico  BuzzFeed News

New Trump administration policies are sending asylum-seekers back to Mexico to wait until their case is heard. A 21-month-old immigrant boy's drowning is the ...

In 1965, majority of Americans favored Immigration and Nationality Act  Pew Research Center

In this 2015 post, we explore how Americans' views of immigration have shifted since the enactment of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act.

African migrants struggling to reach U.S. are stranded in Mexico  Los Angeles Times

Many African migrants who seek to go to the United States are stuck in southern Mexico. Some have set up a tent city to pressure Mexican authorities to let them ...

Sheriff reveals deadly realities of illegally crossing US southern border  ABC News

Thousands of miles from Washington D.C. in Pima County, Arizona, Sheriff Mark Napier works on the front lines of the border crisis.

Google is helping to power a US immigration cloud project, new documents show  The Verge

In 2017, a third-party software provider reached a nearly $750000 deal to provide a Google cloud *service* to US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), ...

A Louisville priest saw hope and heartbreak during a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border  Courier Journal

Louisville priest John Schwartzlose reluctantly traveled to migrant shelters, Catholic chapels and clinics on the border. What he saw gave him hope.

Senate failed to pass a bill eliminating country caps on green cards

A bill that would eliminate per-country caps on employment-based green cards, effectively opening the door to more high-skilled immigrants from India and ...

Rosario Dawson pens op-ed alleging US immigration policy furthers 'a larger white nationalist narrative'  Fox News

Rosario Dawson penned an op-ed in which she said the current U.S. immigration policies feed into “a larger white nationalist narrative.”

US, Honduras Continue Immigration Negotiations  Latino USA

HONDURAS: As the United States and Honduras work out the details of an immigration agreement, the countries are discussing how to increase temporary ...

Here are the benefits that will block a legal immigrant’s path to a green card or visa  Miami Herald

Legal US Immigrants will be denied green cards and visas if they receive benefits that make them a public charge. These 9 benefits, like Medicaid and food ...

US Immigration Policy: Can It Fix Worrisome Economic Trends?  [email protected]

A simulation on US immigration policy from the Penn Wharton Budget Model finds employment and GDP would increase from upping the net flow of immigrants.

Immigrants in U.S. Military Face New Citizenship Rules for Kids  KTLA Los Angeles

The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled new rules that will make it harder for children of some immigrants serving in the military to obtain citizenship.

Immigration officials partner with Panama to boost screening of migrants passing through to U.S.  The Washington Post

An explosion of African and Asian migrants traversing the isthmus has triggered new conversations about border security.

New US Immigrant Regulation Ignores National Needs  The Globe Post

New US regulation that uses English skills, education, and family income as criteria for eligibility to immigrate could damage US future economic prospects.

American Immigration: A Century of Racism | by Sarah Churchwell  The New York Review of Books

In May 1921 The Saturday Evening Post, America's most popular magazine, warned its readers of the grave “immigration problem” threatening to bring about ...

A New Deal Between The US And El Salvador Is Part Of A 'Zone Defense' Immigration Strategy  Texas Standard

“Any one of them could be blocked in court at any point, and they want to have a kind of diversified portfolio of enforcement strategies,” says Nick Miroff of The ...

What We Know About DACA Recipients, by Metropolitan Area  Center For American Progress

In November, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider the lawfulness of the Trump administration's rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

Here's how Mississippi's E-Verify law failed to fix illegal immigration  Jackson Clarion Ledger

Lawmakers passed a 2008 law requiring employers to check legal status of new hires. But employers ignore it, and no agency enforces it.

Molotov cocktail thrown into US Citizenship and Immigration office  The Guardian

A woman threw a lit Molotov cocktail into the lobby of a US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office in Oakland Park, Florida, on Friday. No one was ...

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