“The Trump administration outlined Thursday how it will implement its modified travel ban, following the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday lifting a stay on the executive order imposed by two lower courts.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the modified ban cannot be applied to “foreign nationals who have a credible claim of bona fide relationship with a …Continue Reading »
“Trump’s tweets Monday morning could give fresh ammunition to those who argue the revised travel ban still has constitutionally suspect motives, and hedges on Trump’s stated desire to reinstate the original version.”
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“‘The recent actions taken by the U.S. government relating to the issuance of entry visas, heightened security vetting, and restrictions on electronic devices in aircraft cabins, have had a direct impact on consumer interest and demand for air travel into the U.S,’ Emirates said in a statement announcing the decision.
Last month, the Trump administration …Continue Reading »
“The Supreme Court says it will decide the fate of President Trump’s revised travel ban, agreeing to hear arguments over immigration cases that were filed in federal courts in Hawaii and Maryland, and allowing parts of the ban to take effect.
The justices removed some of the lower courts’ injunctions against the ban ‘with respect …Continue Reading »
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Immigration. Walls. Visas. Bans.
The news cycle in the last few months has been awash with immigration upheaval, so much so that many people have started to tune it out.
If you are a business owner, especially one that is considering selling sometime in the near future, you really need to be paying attention …Continue Reading »
“The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that President Trump’s controversial travel ban should be kept on hold, maintaining a nationwide preliminary injunction that blocks key elements of the executive order from being enforced.
A 13-judge panel of the court heard arguments over the ban earlier this month. In Thursday’s decision, the chief judge …Continue Reading »
From The New York Times
“A second federal appeals court has ruled against President Trump’s revised travel ban, delivering on Monday the latest in a string of defeats for the administration’s efforts to limit travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.
The administration has already sought a Supreme Court review of a similar decision issued last month by …Continue Reading »
“When President Donald Trump signed the first travel ban executive order in January, it brought a heightened focus to immigrants’ rights, experiences and contributions.
The legal community and local governments have worked to protect affected individuals. Prominent companies, especially in the tech sector, have been vocal about the crucial talents and innovative potential of immigrants. …Continue Reading »
“A 2016 study of startups valued at $1 billion or more found that 51 percent of them had at least one immigrant founder. What’s more, 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were started by an immigrant or their children. That’s proof that immigrants don’t just contribute to our economy; they’re a driving force.
For all U.S. …Continue Reading »
“An ITIN can’t be used as legal identification nor can it be used to set up your own business in the United States. For that, according to Selig, you need either a green card, which entitles you to remain permanently in the United States and to obtain a Social Security Number, or one of …Continue Reading »