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Title 42 & the Supreme Court

The lift of Title 42 is but one part of the long-awaited “immigration reform” the Biden administration promised both pre- and post-election. Title 42 has been the subject of federal government, state government, and federal court debate. In June 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration could end Title 42, but we […]

USCIS implemented a new asylum rule

In March of 2022, the Biden administration issued a new rule that grants asylum officers authority to determine whether or not non-citizens seeking asylum at the border are eligible to apply for asylum. The rule seeks to create a swift process, where immigration officers at the border could expel non-citizens who do not have any […]

USCIS is now allowing certain types of entries to qualify for residency cases

Last month, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sub-agency U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), reversed a 2020 policy interpretation impacting certain types of Adjustment of Status applications for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders who entered the United States with permission after obtaining TPS. Known as Advance Parole, TPS holders who can prove there is […]

Taking a look at immigration globally

Global migration and immigration patterns as we knew them shrunk in 2020. Two years later, as pandemic-precautionary measures lift, global leadership evolves, and international conflict arises, immigration patterns and policy remain ever changing. Here is a look at what immigration and refugee patterns look like around the world today. In an analysis of data from […]

Venezuelans Subjected to Expulsion from the United States

On October 12, the Biden Administration implemented Title 42 provisions for certain Venezuelan asylum seekers. Title 42, the Trump Administration policy we have discussed here previously, allows the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to legally expel non-citizens who cross the U.S.-Mexico  border without inspection in between official ports of entry. DHS issued a statement […]

ICE mistakenly releases personal information of immigrants seeking refuge in the US

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) accidentally released the identities of 6,252 non-citizens seeking protection from return to their home countries here in the United States. The data leak occurred on December 13, 2022. ICE accidentally published a document on its website containing the names, nationalities, and locations of individuals who had applied for asylum. […]

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