Daily Archives: February 3, 2020

I’m An Immigration Success Story. Still, This Is How I Know The System Is Broken.

Hard work and sacrifice eventually afforded our family U.S. citizenship. But that path would have been blocked if not for our privilege. ...

Nigeria scrambles to escape Trump’s immigration ban

Trump’s first ban in 2017, which initially targeted Muslim-majority countries, triggered protests in the United States. Federal courts struck down the policy, which was later reinstated by the U.S. Supreme Court. ...

Trump curbs immigrants from 6 nations in election-year push

David Bier, an immigration policy analyst with the Cato Institute, a Libertarian think tank, said the expansion had no foundation and had “even less of a rational basis than all its prior iterations.” ...

Nigerians in New York Worry Expanded Travel Ban Will Hurt Family Ties

“It’s just not right to just blanket ban a group of people,” said one college professor who has lived in the U.S. for about 20 years. ...

Trump Threw Weighty Refugee Decisions to Local Government, With Painful Results

President Trump’s executive order granting local officials veto power over refugee resettlement has divided communities and left immigrants feeling unwanted. ...

‘Othered’ in America: An Old Story, Still Playing Out Daily

“On the one hand, it was inspiring to see the support from others,” said Ghandehari, an ethnic studies assistant professor-lecturer at the University of Utah. “On the other, we are still constantly having to prove our lo ...

No experience required: US hiring immigration judges who don’t have any immigration law experience

What’s more, these judges might not be able to meet the eligibility standards for an Article 1 court if subject matter expertise is required. ...

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