Link To News: Trump Travel Ban Allowed To Take Partial Effect

From NPR


“A federal appeals court in California has ruled that the Trump administration’s long-delayed travel ban can go into partial effect, allowing the government to temporarily keep travelers from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit puts on hold a lower court ruling last month that …Continue Reading »

Link To News: How U.S. Refugee Resettlement In Each State Has Shifted Since 2002

From Pew Research Center


“The resettlement of refugees in the U.S. has been fairly consistent across the country since 2002, with no state resettling a majority of them. In fiscal year 2017, no state resettled more than 10% of the 53,716 refugees the nation admitted that year. California, Texas, New York, Washington, Michigan and Ohio each accounted for …Continue Reading »

Link To News: More Than 100,000 Haitian And Central American Immigrants Face Decision On Their Status In The U.S.

From Pew Research Center


“In all, immigrants with Temporary Protected Status were about 3% of the 11 million unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. in 2015, according to Pew Research Center estimates of the unauthorized immigrant population and Homeland Security estimates of immigrants with TPS. Immigrants with this status account for close to half of all unauthorized immigrants from Haiti, …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Diversity Green Card Lottery: Golden Ticket For Huddled Masses

From BBC


“The green card lottery that President Donald Trump wants to end has for 22 years been a golden ticket for the proverbial huddled masses chasing the American Dream.

Every October, around 14 million would-be immigrants around the world apply for permanent legal US residency through the Diversity Visa Lottery.

The programme – known around the world …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Canada’s ‘Welcome’ To Immigrants Has Some Unintended Consequences

From NPR


“Almost half of all American start-ups were actually founded by immigrants.

When Donald Trump took office, American tech companies worried that getting international employees work visas in the U.S. would get a lot harder. But Tippett had a solution to offer them: move to Vancouver.”

“But it’s not just highly skilled workers who are taking Canada at its …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Tensions Rise Among Undocumented Business Owners In The U.S.

From Inc.


“As many as 10 percent of the 11 million or so immigrants in the United States without legal residency own businesses in the country by some estimates, and many are selling their enterprises, transferring them to relatives or closing altogether to avoid a total loss if they are abruptly deported.”


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Link To News: Trump Administration Approves Tougher Visa Vetting, Including Social Media Checks



“Immigration lawyers and advocates say the request for 15 years of detailed biographical information, as well as the expectation that applicants remember all their social media handles, is likely to catch applicants who make innocent mistakes or do not remember all the information requested.

The new questions grant ‘arbitrary power’ to consular officials to determine …Continue Reading »

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