Coronavirus [COVID-19]: qué impacto tendrá en la inmigración y los inmigrantes de EE. UU.

Pareciera que todos los días hay una nueva noticia sobre el COVID-19 y su impacto en la vida de los estadounidenses. La velocidad de las noticias ha dejado aturdidos y confundidos a muchas personas acerca de cómo los impactan las medidas adoptadas por el gobierno. Esta confusión se duplica especialmente para aquellos que aspiran a …

Coronavirus [COVID-19]: qué impacto tendrá en la inmigración y los inmigrantes de EE. UU.Read More »

Coronavirus [COVID-19]: Impacts on US Immigration and Immigrants

It feels like every day there is something new about COVID-19 and its impact on the lives of Americans. For many, the rapid-fire news cycle has left them dazed and confused about how the government’s response to the virus impacts them. This confusion is doubled especially for those who are aspiring Americans, green card holders, …

Coronavirus [COVID-19]: Impacts on US Immigration and ImmigrantsRead More »

Is it Good to Have Private Prisons for Immigration Detentions?

This year, the federal government is expected to deport over 400 000 undocumented immigrants, possibly breaking a new deportation record. These large numbers mean that many cases in immigration courts are pending, in part because the courts cannot keep up with the demand to process cases. Currently, delays for these cases are setting new records. …

Is it Good to Have Private Prisons for Immigration Detentions?Read More »

US Immigration Law to be Reviewed by Supreme Court

Ever since a controversial immigration law was passed in Arizona, there has been legal opposition to the legislation. Now, the United States Supreme Court is reviewing that law, which requires police to check immigration status of people who are stopped during actions and which police believe may be undocumented immigrants. The law requires immigrants to …

US Immigration Law to be Reviewed by Supreme CourtRead More »

Support for immigration reform remains undiminished

Regardless of whether House majority leader Eric Cantor’s shocking defeat was caused by the issue of immigration, two significant new polls seem to indicate that the great majority of Americans, including many conservative Republicans, continue to be in favor of it.  A poll issued on Wednesday by the center-right group American Action Forum showed that …

Support for immigration reform remains undiminishedRead More »