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Month: March 2017

Sanctuary Cities Could Lose Federal Grants, Attorney General Says

On Monday, US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions said that Justice Department grants could be withheld from states and cities protecting undocumented immigrant criminals from federal immigration laws. In a news briefing at the White House, Sessions said entire communities are at risk by such actions, including law-abiding immigrant communities. Eric Schneiderman, the Attorney General of …

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High-Skilled Immigrants Suffer Credentials Problem in the US

High-skilled immigrants can get lost in a maze of difficulties when they attempt to find work in the US, often ending up in lower-skilled positions, lower salary brackets, and stunting their career ambitions. President Donald Trump has long advocated for a more merit-based approach to the immigration system in the US, like those already in …

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Singapore Teen Blogger Granted Asylum by US Immigration Judge

A teenage blogger from Singapore who was imprisoned after criticizing the country’s government on the internet has been given asylum in the US by a federal immigration judge. Judge Samuel Cole gave the ruling on Friday, allowing 18-year-old Amos Yee, to stay in the country. The teen blogger has been held in detention for three …

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