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  • ‘Don’t Let Them Take Me Away Again.’ Mothers and Children Sue Trump for Harm Inflicted by Zero Tolerance Policy
    septiembre 20, 2019

    Five mothers and their children sued the U.S. government on Thursday for forcibly separating them in 2018. The five families are among the thousands of parents and young children who were split apart for months under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” política. The lawsuit demands accountability and compensation for the familiessignificant and long-lasting trauma. […] The post ‘Don’t Let Them Take Me Away Again.Mothers and Children Sue Trump for Harm Inflicted by Zero Tolerance Policy appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Government Watchdog Says US Officials Were Unprepared to Address Children’s Trauma After Family Separation
    septiembre 19, 2019

    In summer 2018, the Trump administration attempted to deter asylum-seeking families from coming to the United States by separating children from their parents at the southern border. It was immediately clear that separated children’s trauma would be long-lasting. Ahora, the Department of Health and Human Service’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) has released a study […] The post Government Watchdog Says US Officials Were Unprepared to Address Children’s Trauma After Family Separation appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • ICE Plans to Build ‘Hyper-Realistic’ Tactical Training Facility That Can Simulate ‘Urban Warfare’
    septiembre 18, 2019

    At a new training facility at Fort Benning in Georgia, U.S. Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (HIELO) is reportedly planning to build “hyper-realisticsimulations of homes, schools, courtrooms, and commercial buildings to replicate the type of environment its agents encounter on the field. The facility will reportedly be used to train ICE “Special Response Teams,” como […] The post ICE Plans to Build ‘Hyper-RealisticTactical Training Facility That Can Simulate ‘Urban Warfare’ apareció por primera vez el impacto de Inmigración. [...]

  • US Visa Policies Prevent Tech Startups From Hiring Foreign Workers
    septiembre 17, 2019

    Tech startups are engines of innovation, economic growth, and job creation. Yet U.S. visa policies may be preventing startups from hiring the highly skilled foreign professionals they need to succeed. A new study looks at foreign and U.S.-born workers who recently graduated from American universities. Researchers specifically wanted to see where foreign workers with a […] The post US Visa Policies Prevent Tech Startups From Hiring Foreign Workers appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Welcoming Week 2019 Showcases America’s Inclusive Spirit
    septiembre 16, 2019

    Welcoming Week 2019 has arrived. Communities around the nation are spending the week of September 13 – 22 bringing together immigrants, refugiados, and longtime residents in a spirit of unity and celebration. Despite the daily news on immigration, Americans are far more welcoming than one might think. De hecho, average Americans (the ones born here […] The post Welcoming Week 2019 Showcases America’s Inclusive Spirit appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Trump Administration Considers Lowering the Refugee Cap to Zero
    septiembre 13, 2019

    The Trump administration is considering decreasing the maximum number of refugees accepted into the United States to 10,000 and as possibly low as zero, administration officials confirmed last week. Each year, the president determines the refugee cap or ceiling, the maximum number of people who can be admitted under the United States Refugee Admission Program […] The post Trump Administration Considers Lowering the Refugee Cap to Zero appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Why It’s Bad to Force Asylum Seekers to Seek Protection Elsewhere
    septiembre 12, 2019

    The Supreme Court issued an emergency ruling on Wednesday allowing the Trump administration to implement a ban on asylum seekers at the southern land border. The ban applies to people who transited through another country prior to arriving at the border. Although the ruling is a temporary development while litigation continues, the impact of the […] The post Why It’s Bad to Force Asylum Seekers to Seek Protection Elsewhere appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • USCIS Wants to Make it Harder for Asylum Seekers to Get Work Permits
    septiembre 11, 2019

    U.S. Ciudadanía y Servicios de Inmigración (USCIS) recently proposed a rule that will further delay asylum seekersability to receive work authorization. Under current law, USCIS must grant or deny an initial asylum applicant’s employment authorization application within 30 days. Under the proposed rule, USCIS would have no time frame in which it must decide the […] The post USCIS Wants to Make it Harder for Asylum Seekers to Get Work Permits appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Trump Administration Offers Contradicting Message on Whether Hurricane Dorian Survivors Are Welcome in the US
    septiembre 10, 2019

    The strongest hurricane to ever hit the Bahamas ripped through the islands last week. In the wake of such devastation, it would not be unusual for the U.S. government to announce temporary immigration measures for Bahamians seeking shelter in the United States. Given its proximity to Florida, many Bahamians have long-standing ties to the state, […] The post Trump Administration Offers Contradicting Message on Whether Hurricane Dorian Survivors Are Welcome in the US appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Chaos and Dysfunction at the Border: The Remain in Mexico Program Firsthand
    septiembre 9, 2019

    The first thing many people forcibly returned to Mexico tell you is that they’re afraid. Afraid of the cartels, afraid of Mexican immigration officials, and afraid of the months of uncertainty. This is what they’ve faced since the Trump administration sent them back to Mexico as part of the “Remain in Mexico” programa—formally called the […] The post Chaos and Dysfunction at the Border: The Remain in Mexico Program Firsthand appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Which Military Construction Projects Are Losing Funds to Build Trump’s Wall?
    septiembre 6, 2019

    The Trump administration is raiding the Department of Defense’s budget to fund construction of its border wall. According to Pentagon officials, 127 military construction projects will be canceled in order to free up $3.6 billion to build 175 miles of wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. President Trump previously said this would happen when he declared […] The post Which Military Construction Projects Are Losing Funds to Build Trump’s Wall? apareció por primera vez el impacto de Inmigración. [...]

  • The Opportunity Immigration Presents to the Changing US Economy
    septiembre 5, 2019

    Los Estados Unidos. economy is changingand immigration can play a major role in how it looks in the future. But how immigration shapes the future of the U.S. economy and its workforce is dependent on a variety of factorsincluding policymakerswillingness to see immigration as an opportunity. The United States is in a period of dynamic […] The post The Opportunity Immigration Presents to the Changing US Economy appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Investigation Demanded as Medical Care for Detained Immigrant Children Worsens
    septiembre 4, 2019

    Border Patrol agents placed a detained 9-year-old girl with a kidney disease at high risk of a urinary tract infection by not allowing her to shower or change her underwear for five days. Agents also denied a 3-year-old medical care after she vomited 10 times in an hour. Agents failed to schedule a doctor’s appointment […] The post Investigation Demanded as Medical Care for Detained Immigrant Children Worsens appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Los intérpretes iraquíes que arriesgaron sus vidas trabajando con nosotros Militar excluidos por la Administración Trump
    septiembre 3, 2019

    intérpretes iraquíes que arriesgaron sus vidas para trabajar con los militares estadounidenses se han cerrado de manera efectiva a partir de la obtención de la U.S especial. visado que se les prometió. La administración Trump emitió sólo dos visas a los antiguos intérpretes iraquíes el año pasado, de acuerdo con datos del Departamento de Estado presentó al Congreso. los visados, Ahora concedido a través de la directa […] Los intérpretes de post iraquíes que arriesgaron sus vidas trabajando con nosotros Militar excluidos por la Administración Trump apareció por primera vez sobre la inmigración Impacto. [...]