Federal Immigration Policy
At a Documented event, advocates discussed what the first few weeks of the Biden administration have meant for the immigration system in New York
The travel ban was issued in Trump’s first week as president and has gone through many iterations, but in his first term, it has impacted the lives of thousands of Americans hoping that their loved ones could join them.
Planned cuts to USCIS could further compound an already growing backlog, experts say.
Furloughs at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are drawing closer, but Leahy says a budget surplus could sustain the agency longer
The U.S. will be one of only four nations to charge people seeking protection.
It's the ‘final nail in the coffin for the immigration system.’
A program designed in the Obama administration was supposed to solve the root of immigration from El Salvador and the rest of Central America. However, people are stuck with no opportunities after facing deportation, forcing them to leave again.
“I’m giving praise to the most high for answering all our (DACA recipients) prayers,” said Marsha Smith, a DACA holder from Jamaica
USCIS says COVID-19 related treatment will not count towards public charge determinations, but fear persists
14-year old Jenny is one of a growing number of children who were previously in the government's Remain in Mexico program that ICE is now trying to deport.