• Biden Reinstates the ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program: What You Need to Know
    December 3, 2021

    Following months of negotiations with Mexico, the Biden administration announced that it would reinstate the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols (informally known as the “Remain in Mexico” program) on Monday, after a Texas court in August ordered it to reinstate the program. Although the new version of MPP will make some positive changes, the Biden administration […] The post Biden Reinstates the ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program: What You Need to Know appeared first on Immigration Impact. [K]

  • Over 250,000 Young People Are at Risk of Deportation When They Turn 21
    December 1, 2021

    A lesser-known group of young people who grew up in the United States with immigration status—typically the children of noncitizens who entered the U.S. on temporary work visas—is increasingly at risk of deportation. They are known as Documented Dreamers, and when these young adults turn 21, they “age out” of their previous lawful status, which […] The post Over 250,000 Young People Are at Risk of Deportation When They Turn 21 appeared first on Immigration Impact. [K]

  • CBP’s Plan to Expand Data Collection of Individuals Before Arrival at the Border Leaves Questions Unanswered
    November 30, 2021

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) plan to collect information from more individuals before they arrive at the border has raised questions about how the agency will gather and use the information as well as privacy concerns. CBP’s proposal would broaden the category of individuals who may submit biographic and biometric information before appearing at […] The post CBP’s Plan to Expand Data Collection of Individuals Before Arrival at the Border Leaves Questions Unanswered appeared first on Immigration Impact. [K]

  • Key Ingredients for a Civil Thanksgiving Dinner? Empathy and Active Listening
    November 23, 2021

    This Thanksgiving, it’s fair to say many of us are experiencing a nagging malaise or even an existential crisis. The future feels unpredictable, even precarious, and a cascade of environmental and human crises have left us shaken. At the same time, we are confronting the stark realities of persistent injustice and inequality and questioning whether […] The post Key Ingredients for a Civil Thanksgiving Dinner? Empathy and Active Listening appeared first on Immigration Impact. [K]

  • Here Are the Immigration Cases Before the Supreme Court This Term
    November 18, 2021

    The United States Supreme Court will face challenging questions impacting immigration law as it begins considering cases in its October 2021 term. The Court’s decisions on these cases will impact access to: Federal court review over certain immigration judge decisions. Bond hearings for certain noncitizens who have spent months in detention. Personal liability and damages […] The post Here Are the Immigration Cases Before the Supreme Court This Term appeared first on Immigration Impact. [K]

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