A lot has changed in politics this year, and yet, we find ourselves no closer to a resolution on the DACA situation.
How much of a difference a year can make! For immigration policy activists, this year had a lot of ups and downs. Here are some of the big changes to immigration policy that took place in 2018, and how applicants can prepare for them. DACA For most of the year, DACA languished as Democrats and Read more about Immigration Policy in 2018 and Beyond[…]
One of the Trump administration’s main lines of attack against immigration has been against what they are referring to as “chain migration” — when citizens or legal permanent residents petition their family members to join them in the United States as permanent residents (and eventually, as citizens in their own right). Currently, citizens can apply Read more about The Importance of Filing for Family-Based Immigrant Petitions Right Away[…]
In September 2017, the Trump administration rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. As of September, new applications have been suspended, and Republicans and Democrats are currently fighting it out in Congress to determine the future of the program. When the Trump administration made its DACA announcement in September 2017, it announced a Read more about The Current State of DACA: March 2018[…]
With the arrival of the Trump administration in early 2017, immigrants and potential immigrants have had to adjust to a landscape of uncertainty. Laws and regulations that had previously been a given are now being reconsidered. Here’s what’s on the immigration horizon this year: Difficulties for Dreamers, or a Wall on the Mexican Border In Read more about Immigration Hurdles in 2018: A Brief Overview[…]