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Jayapal and Bhargava recognize the major benefits that America has gained from the immigrant community. America succeeds more when embracing immigrants, write Jayapal and Bhargava. It’s important we remember this before criticizing the decision to end Title 42.
A recent Supreme Court decision ruled against Pankajkumar S. Patel, who checked the wrong box on a driver’s license application and now faces deportation.
Senate Democrats are considering giving Republicans the opportunity to vote on whether to extend a Trump-era border policy, Title 42. Experts say this ‘open-door’ strategy may bring more progress on a stalled COVID relief package.
Congress Democrats and Republicans continue to discuss immigration issues but can’t seem to find a middle ground, especially when it comes to the border.
Immigration rates have gone down significantly. This is due to both the Trump administration’s policies limiting immigration as well as the pandemic. The lower immigration rates are now contributing to a labor shortage in the country.
The U.S. is preparing for a spike in unaccompanied, migrant children crossing the border. To prepare, they’ve set up 19,000 beds at shelters to avoid children ending up in immigrant detention centers.
On Tuesday, the immigration service (USCIS) extended temporary work authorization for certain individuals. USCIS granted an 18-month extension for those awaiting final immigration papers. This decision comes as the agency faces a record-high backlog of pending applications.
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.