This past Monday, April 18th, DHS announced it would be suspending certain requirements for F-1 students from Ukraine and Sudan. The suspensions are for qualifying students experiencing economic hardship due to current circumstances in either Ukraine or Sudan.
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U.S. Officials Deploy Technology to Track More Than 200,000 Immigrants, Triggering a New Privacy Lawsuit
The Biden administration has been attempting to rely less on immigrant detention centers. As a result, they’ve been using surveillance technology as a tool to track immigrants.
Biden administration to grant temporary protection to Cameroonians
Immigrants from Cameroon have been given temporary protected status, (TPS). TPS allows immigrants to apply for work permits and remain in the U.S. for 18 months.
The Democratic revolt over Biden’s border policy
The Biden administration recently announced it would end a Trump-era border policy called Title 42 in May. Certain modern Democrats have joined Republicans in requesting the policy be put back in place.
Weekly Review April 4th-April 8th
This week, we read about states suing over the end of Title 42, Ukrainians left in ‘legal limbo’ at the border, and how ICE is prioritizing cases to manage the immigration backlog.
Weekly Review March 28th-April 1st
This week, we read about Ukrainian refugees coming to the U.S.-Mexico border, ICE scaling back on some immigrant detention centers, and the Biden administration finally lifting Title 42.
Weekly Review March 21st-March 25th
For today’s weekly news review, we read about the 2 year anniversary of Title 42, the United States’ commitment to welcoming Ukrainian refugees, and new immigration provisions in a senate bill.
Weekly Review March 14th-March 18th
This week, we read about the work permit backlog, TPS protections for Afghan refugees, and how the Biden administration will be helping Ukrainian refugees.
Weekly News Review March 7th-March 11th
This week, we read about the millions of refugees leaving Ukraine, an app that’s being used by ICE to monitor immigrants, and how immigration advocates are calling for support for Afghan women.
Ukraine Was Just Added to the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) List—Here’s What You Need to Know
Ukraine was just added to the list of countries eligible for Temporary Protected Status. Here’s everything you need to know.
Weekly Review February 28th-March 4th
This week, we read about how international flights to and from India are still suspended, Ukrainian immigrants being made eligible for temporary protected status, (TPS), and expansion of TPS for Sudanese and South Sudanese immigrants.
Weekly Review February 21st – February 25th
This week, we read about a controversial immigration surveillance program, the “A Day Without Immigrants” protest, and how the world is responding to the crisis in Ukraine.