Posts By: Michael Monnot

Immigration And Foreign National Business Buyers: What’s In The News

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● A federal judge reinstated the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) program in it’s entirety – but then waked back his decision to include only those DACA recipients already in the program. No new applicants can start the process, but renewals can begin for those who already have DACA protections. The …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Activists say ICE banned them from immigration detention centers

From Miami Herald


“For years, immigration activists Bud Conlin and Tomas Kennedy have visited immigration detention centers such as the Krome Service Processing Center as part of the pro-immigrant organization Friends of Miami-Dade Detainees.

During the visits, Conlin, Kennedy and other volunteers speak with detainees to learn their stories. The organization also pays for cellphone recharges so …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Trump blasts Democrats on immigration amid migrant caravan crisis



“The president and Republicans are trying to fire up their base ahead of next month’s hotly-contested election, in an effort to stave off a possible “blue wave” that could see Democrats elected in large numbers.

Trump has reportedly become frustrated by efforts to stymie his tough stance on immigration, an issue that launched his 2016 …Continue Reading »

Link To News: USCIS changes rule in medical exam to get a U.S. green card

From Miami Herald


“The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services updated a key requirement to obtain a green card effective Nov. 1.

The policy changes announced this week will affect the medical and vaccination examination for immigration purposes, which makes sure there are no health issues that would deem the applicant inadmissible to the United States.

The medical examination …Continue Reading »

Link To News: At Immigration Argument, Justice Kavanaugh Takes Hard Line

From The New York Times


“A Supreme Court argument on Wednesday over the detention of immigrants during deportation proceedings seemed to expose a divide between President Trump’s two appointees, Justices Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh.

The question in the case was whether the federal authorities must detain immigrants who had committed crimes, often minor …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Thousands Could Be Deported As Government Targets Asylum Mills’ Clients

From NPR


“NPR’s Planet Money has learned that more than 13,500 immigrants, mostly Chinese, who were granted asylum status years ago by the U.S. government, are facing possible deportation.

As the Trump administration turns away asylum-seekers at the border under more restrictive guidance issued by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Texas Judge Says DACA Is Probably Illegal, But Leaves It In Place

From NPR


“A federal judge in Texas declined to issue a preliminary injunction in a case over the future of DACA — but he says the six-year-old program is likely unlawful.

The decision is a setback for Texas and nine other states that are suing to terminate DACA. The Obama-era program protects approximately 600,000 immigrants from deportation …Continue Reading »

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