This week, we read about how tennis player Novak Djokovic’s case is related to Australia’s tough immigration stances, a new Supreme Court ruling that could help detained immigrants, and an update on the refugee admission freeze.
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This week, we read about Dreamers still hopeful for immigration reform, the updated ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy, and how Democrats are attempting to save immigration reform in the new spending bill.
This week, we read about the parliamentarian rejecting the Democrats’ infrastructure bill and how the Biden administration is temporarily halting immigrant family detention.
This Holiday Season, McEntee Law Group is celebrating some of our favorite charities and organizations that help support immigrants. For our “12 Days of Giving” campaign, we’ve chosen 12 worthy and important immigrant-focused organizations to learn about and support. Our first non-profit is Alliance for Immigrant Neighbors (AIN), Co-founded by our very own Associate Attorney, Katherine Del Rosario.
This week, we read about Haitian asylum-seekers being mistreated by ICE, how the Omicron variant is affecting travel restrictions, and how Afghan refugees are spending their time at military bases.
This week, we read about the status of the new White House spending bill, a decline in the H1-B visa program, and the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy getting reinstated.
This week, we read about a new decision that helps the spouses of immigrants, fee waivers for Afghan refugees, and what Ted Lasso teaches us about the benefits of working with immigrants.
This week, we read about immigration attorneys refusing to be a part of “Remain in Mexico,” new immigration provisions in the budget bill, and some immigration myths that have been debunked with data.
This week, we read about the Democrats’ new plan for immigration reform, the need for representation for unaccompanied children in immigration court, and the controversial Title 42 policy.
October is Filipino American History Month! October was chosen to commemorate the first recorded presence of Filipinos in the continental United States, which occurred on October 18th, 1587. The first-ever Filipino American History Month was proposed in 1992 by the Filipino American National History Society, (FANHS). We were lucky enough to sit down with Katherine Del Rosario, one of our associate attorneys, to talk about Filipino culture and what being Filipino means to her.
On October 25th, U.S. officials released a more detailed list of updates regarding the lifting of the ban. President Biden also addressed the rescission of the ban in a formal Presidential Proclamation. Now that’s a Presidential Proclamation we can get behind! Find out everything you need to know about the ending of the travel ban.
This week, we read about a Republican immigration plan, an update on case quotas for immigration judges, and progress regarding the immigration case backlog.