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A study conducted by the Wharton School found that unintended side effects of the Trump immigration plan, also known as the RAISE Act, could potentially cause 4.6 million jobs to disappear by the year 2040. The RAISE Act proposes to reduce legal immigration to the United States by about half in the next 10 years....
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President Trump ran on campaign promises to curb illegal immigration. So far he has followed through on those promises. Whether you agree with the new policies or not, they are happening. The latest development in the administration’s fight against illegal immigration is reassigning judges. While the plan isn’t yet official, they are working on it...
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Recognized for Excellence​ We have great news! According to Feedspot, our Immigration Blog is one of the Top 60 Immigration Blogs online. Feedspot is a site that helps users easily find relevant information and blogs on many subjects. We try hard to bring you up to date articles and news, and Feedspot recognized our blog’s...
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Last week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested 41 foreign nationals in the five boroughs of New York and surrounding areas. The targets of these arrests were designated as criminal aliens, immigration fugitives, and those who re-entered after having been physically deported from the United States. Of the 41 arrested, 38 had some form...
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On July 14th, the Homeland Security Secretary issued a proposed expansion of the provisional waiver for unlawful presence rule. This will be published in the Federal Register for publication and comments. The proposal suggests two changes to the current provisional waiver regulation. First, the proposed rule seeks to expand the provisional waiver to all that...
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The first wave of immigration into the United States occurred as far back as the 1880s to the 1920s. This wave of immigrants was by fueled turmoil, poverty and war in Europe and aided by the creation of Ellis Island in New York’s Liberty Harbor. The second wave, which began in the 1970s are mostly...
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On May 2, 2014, Florida legislature voted and passed House Bill 851 (HB 851) with 26 votes in favor in the Senate and 84 votes in favor in the Florida House. This bill extends access for undocumented immigrants to attend college if they reside in the state of Florida and have graduated from a local...
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  According to CBS Miami, nearly half of immigration judges in the United States are eligible to retire in the coming year. The Executive Office for Immigration Review stated that there are already 32 vacancies in addition to the 220 judges who could retire. The shortage of immigration judges has left those handling immigration cases...
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As the Speaker of the House further delays a vote on the budget thus prolonging the Government shutdown, so many people are directly and indirectly adversely affected. With regard to immigration, we are seeing profound negative consequences. The immigration courts’ non-detained dockets are on hold. This means that immigration courts are closed during the shutdown...
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If immigration reform does not pass Congress this time, it is very likely that supporters will urge the President to implement a “Plan B” consisting of an executive order with respect to deportations. Last year, President Obama issued an executive order involving those who were brought to the United States at an early age and are...
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