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  • New Report on Asian American and Pacific Islander Immigrants Highlights Education, Economic Opportunity Gaps
    giugno 14, 2019

    Over 12.3 million Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) immigrants live in the United States, placing them among the fastest-growing racial groups in the country. Between 2010 e 2017, the number of AAPI immigrants grew four times as fast as the total U.S. popolazione. Ancora, despite being an integral and expanding part of American communities, […] The post New Report on Asian American and Pacific Islander Immigrants Highlights Education, Economic Opportunity Gaps appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • New Diversity Visa Requirements Impose Major Obstacles for Applicants
    giugno 13, 2019

    Gli Stati Uniti. State Department announced a new rule last week that changes the Diversity Visa Program, a lottery system that grants 50,000 foreign nationals the opportunity to apply for an immigrant visa number. Applicants must come from an underrepresented country that has low rates of immigration to the United States. The lucky ones, after applying […] The post New Diversity Visa Requirements Impose Major Obstacles for Applicants appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • ICE Deported Hundreds of Immigrant Veterans – And Has No Record of Them in Their Database
    giugno 12, 2019

    U.S.. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (GHIACCIO) is not following its own policiesand hundreds of men and women who have served in our military are getting deported for minor offenses due to the agency’s negligence. A report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released last week details how ICE ignores two of its long-standing policies that […] The post ICE Deported Hundreds of Immigrant VeteransAnd Has No Record of Them in Their Database appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • No Help “Unless We’re Dying.” Immigrants Present Evidence of Inadequate Medical Care in Detention
    giugno 11, 2019

    As the Trump administration ramps up efforts to expand immigration detention in the United States, many detained immigrants continue to suffer behind bars due to woefully inadequate medical and mental health care. In the past two years, 24 people died in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (GHIACCIO) detention alone as a result. In June 2018almost […] The post No Help “Unless We’re Dying.Immigrants Present Evidence of Inadequate Medical Care in Detention appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Here’s What to Expect From Trump’s New Immigration Deal With Mexico
    giugno 10, 2019

    Only weeks after threatening to impose tariffs on Mexico, President Trump backed down on Friday after both countries announced that Mexico would step up immigration enforcement at its southern border. The Mexican government also said it would also expand its participation in the so-called “Migrant Protection Protocols” (MPP) by taking in more asylum seekers who […] The post Here’s What to Expect From Trump’s New Immigration Deal With Mexico appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • USCIS Processing Delays to be Investigated by Government Accountability Office
    giugno 7, 2019

    Applications for permanent residence and other immigration benefits are taking longer than ever to process. U.S.. Cittadinanza e Servizi Immigrazione (USCIS), the agency responsible for adjudicating these applications, has a backlog at “crisis levels.While USCIS processing delays have increasingly been a problem, the backlog is reaching new highs under the Trump administration. But for […] The post USCIS Processing Delays to be Investigated by Government Accountability Office appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • ‘What’s Next? Drinking Water?’ Government Cuts English Classes, Recreation for Immigrant Children in Shelters
    giugno 6, 2019

    The Trump administration is cutting funds for educational programs, recreation, and legal services for unaccompanied children who are waiting to be placed with a sponsor in the United States. The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which contracts with shelters around the country to hold unaccompanied immigrant children, says that if it does not cut these […] The post ‘What’s Next? Drinking Water?’ Government Cuts English Classes, Recreation for Immigrant Children in Shelters appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • The House Passes Historic Legislation to Provide Path to Citizenship for Dreamers and TPS Holders
    giugno 5, 2019

    Gli Stati Uniti. House of Representatives passed H.R. 6—the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019by a bipartisan vote of 237-187 on Tuesday evening. The bill would create permanent protections for Dreamers, participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (SE) programma, as well as beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforced Departure (DED). […] The post The House Passes Historic Legislation to Provide Path to Citizenship for Dreamers and TPS Holders appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • People Forced to Stand on Toilets, Wear Soiled Clothing for Days at Border Patrol Facility
    giugno 4, 2019

    The internal watchdog for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) found “dangerous overcrowdingand unsanitary conditions at a Border Patrol processing facility in El Paso, Texas during an unannounced inspection last month. The watchdog said conditions were so bad they posed an “immediate risk to the health and safety not just of the detainees, but […] The post People Forced to Stand on Toilets, Wear Soiled Clothing for Days at Border Patrol Facility appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • Trump’s Tariffs Will Hurt US and Mexico Economies, Not Manage Central American Migration
    giugno 3, 2019

    The Trump administration’s threat to impose tariffs on Mexican goods unless the Mexican government somehow reduces undocumented migration from Central America is devoid of logic. Tariffs could backfire on the United States economicallyas experts from the world-renowned Wilson Institute point outand they won’t address the root causes of Central American migration. They will not provide […] The post Trump’s Tariffs Will Hurt US and Mexico Economies, Not Manage Central American Migration appeared first on Immigration Impact. [...]

  • ICE Usi Solitary Confinement su immigrati che Transgender, Suicida
    potrebbe 31, 2019

    Immigration and Customs Enforcement (GHIACCIO) I funzionari svolgono regolarmente immigrati detenuti in isolamento prolungato, nonostante i risultati che tale confinamento è una forma di tortura. Un nuovo rapporto del Consorzio internazionale per il giornalismo investigativo rivela che nel corso di un periodo di quattro anni, individui tenuti in custodia ICE sono stati posti in isolamento su 8,400 volte. Gli individui […] L'ICE postale utilizza Solitary Confinement su immigrati che Transgender, Suicidal apparve prima sull'immigrazione Impact. [...]

  • L'Amministrazione Trump continua ad attaccare immigrati a basso reddito
    potrebbe 30, 2019

    Il presidente Trump ha firmato un memorandum la scorsa settimana che metterà ulteriore pressione e ingiustificato sponsor—di solito i membri della famiglia—che accettare la responsabilità finanziaria per gli immigrati che vivono negli Stati Uniti. L'amministrazione Trump dice il memo è destinato a dirigere le agenzie federali per sviluppare nuove “procedure e orientamenti” al fine di garantire che gli immigrati non ammissibili non ricevono certo […] Il post L'Amministrazione Trump continua ad attaccare immigrati a basso reddito è apparso prima sull'immigrazione Impact. [...]

  • USCIS’Nuovo Sistema eProcessing metterà alla prova se l'agenzia imparato dagli errori del passato
    potrebbe 29, 2019

    U.S.. Cittadinanza e Servizi Immigrazione (USCIS) ha recentemente annunciato una nuova strategia nella sua ricerca di un sistema senza carta. USCIS prevede che il nuovo sistema—chiamato eProcessing—alla fine di gestire i record di immigrazione dell'agenzia. Ciò include le richieste di tutti i benefici in materia di immigrazione, comunicazione con USCIS, e la ricezione di una decisione su un caso. Per adesso, alcuni turisti, i visitatori d'affari, […] Il post USCIS’ Nuovo sistema eProcessing metterà alla prova se l'agenzia imparato dagli errori del passato è apparso prima sull'immigrazione Impact. [...]

  • Immigrazione Hardliner Kenneth Cuccinelli sostituire Cissna a USCIS
    potrebbe 28, 2019

    Lo shakeup presso il Department of Homeland Security (DHS) continua, in qualità di Presidente Trump cerca di colmare una porta girevole di posizioni aperte con la linea dura sull'immigrazione raccolti a mano. L'ultimo cambiamento è in U.S.. Cittadinanza e Servizi Immigrazione (USCIS), dove Lee Francesco Cissna è dimesso dal suo incarico direttore il Venerdì, su richiesta del Presidente Trump. Kenneth Cuccinelli è […] Il post Immigrazione Hardliner Kenneth Cuccinelli sostituire Cissna al USCIS apparve per la prima sull'immigrazione Impact. [...]