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Category Archives: Immigration

How Do I Financially Sponsor an Immigrant?

In January 2023, the White House and State Department announced the creation of the Welcome Corps, a program intended to alleviate the burden of refugees and asylum seekers flowing into the United States. The program calls for Americans interested in providing financial support to refugees to form groups and raise a minimum of $2,275 per …Read More

Benefits Immigrants Receive when They Come to the United States

According to a news report published by The New York Times in January 2023, the number of foreigners completing the immigration process of naturalization in the United States, which effectively makes them American citizens, is currently at the highest level since 2006. The resumption of naturalization ceremonies following the COVID-19 pandemic prompted almost a million …Read More

What Effect Does Immigration Have on Human Rights?

In December 2022, the United States Congress passed a resolution related to immigrants who were deported and barred from returning despite their status as military veterans. Some of these immigrants are decorated war veterans, but their status as legal residents was revoked because of felony convictions, thus triggering deportation and removal according to immigration laws …Read More

What’s the Number of Immigrants in the United States in 2022?

The 2020 United States Census was complicated by various factors that included the COVID-19 pandemic and interference by the administration of former President Donald Trump, who sought to manipulate statistics for political gain in a manner tantamount to gerrymandering. Aside from ordering an early suspension of the census, the Trump administration also sought to set …Read More

What Is the Time Frame for Getting an Interview with USCIS?

Over the last decade or so, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has been modernizing its notification system for the convenience of all users. In the past, the agency used to notify applicants about upcoming interviews, if required, by means of mailed notices. These days, foreigners seeking visas and other USCIS benefits are more …Read More

How Does Immigration Benefit the U.S.?

According to the results of a July 2022 Gallup poll, immigration is a political issue that continues to divide voters in the United States. Nearly 40 percent of Americans would like to see a reduced flow of immigrants. The majority of those who support this idea identify as Republicans. Only 27 percent of Americans would …Read More

All about Immigration Stress

Many foreigners who decide to make the United States their new home do so with the intention of improving their lives. In the case of the thousands of Central American migrants escaping the violence and extreme poverty caused by the “War on Drugs,” they’re essentially fighting for survival, but this doesn’t mean they’re able to …Read More

Questions to Expect in Immigration Interviews

The process of obtaining immigration benefits in the United States often involves sitting down for interviews conducted by individuals who will adjudicate your case. Depending on the type of visa or status you’re seeking, the interviews may be conducted by employees from Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or the American embassy. This doesn’t …Read More

Can I Immigrate to the United States during the Coronavirus Pandemic?

Shortly after taking office in January 2021, United States President Joe Biden signed executive orders reversing many of the anti-immigration policies enacted by his predecessor. However, he also made the unusual move of directly addressing migrants amassing at the southern border with Mexico, and he urged them to stay put because of the COVID-19 pandemic. …Read More

Forecast for U.S. Immigration in 2022

As the second year of the coronavirus pandemic comes to an end, immigration continues to be a controversial and uncertain issue in the United States. Most of the extreme, and in some cases unconstitutional, executive orders signed by former President Donald Trump against immigration are gone, but the controversial “Remain in Mexico” practice related to …Read More

March 2023