A new path for immigration reform?

27 Sep No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized ,

A new path for immigration reform? The legalization of millions of undocumented immigrants is finally within reach via the budget reconciliation process. Might this be the year when Congress finally delivers immigration reform? After years of failed efforts to overhaul the country’s anachronistic immigration laws, Democrats are now on the

Turning Back Asylum Seekers is Against the Law, Court Finds

25 Sep No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized , ,

Turning Back Asylum Seekers is Against the Law, Court Finds A federal court concluded Thursday that the U.S. government’s turning back of asylum seekers at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border—primarily through a practice called metering—not only violates U.S. law, but also is unconstitutional. Before the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) and

New Bill Would Reduce Immigration Backlogs But…

21 Sep No Comments Katerina Fedorova Uncategorized , ,

New Bill Would Reduce Immigration Backlogs But… People who are have been stuck in long backlogs in the employment-based (EB) and family-based (FB) preference categories for many years could benefit from a bill that was passed by the House Judiciary Committee last week which would reduce immigration backlogs. How Would the Bill Reduce Immigration Backlogs? The