Last week, the state of Texas sued the Biden administration over a new immigration plan which attempts to address the growing backlog of asylum cases. Texas specifically challenged a rule that would allow USCIS employees to review these claims.
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The Trump-era border policy Title 42 is still set to end this coming May 23rd. DHS issued a plan to secure the border. This is because experts anticipate an increase in migration once the policy is lifted
The Supreme Court debated whether the Biden administration can end a Trump-era immigration policy called “Remain in Mexico.”
Title 42 is set to expire on May 23rd. NPR and Deepa Shivaram break down the basics of the controversial policy, how it’s impacted migrants, and how people are feeling about the change. Summary provided by McEntee Law Group.
The Biden administration announced plans to accelerate the acceptance of Ukrainian refugees into the U.S. The new plan will allow both U.S. citizens and organizations to sponsor refugees.
DHS Issues Special Student Relief Employment Benefits for F-1 International Students from Ukraine and Sudan
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.