ICE will give a course on the work of immigration authorities: how to enroll

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Unit (ERO) is offering the first ERO program at Citizens Academy in Chicago, Illinois, scheduled to begin September 15th. This was reported on the official ICE website. The aim of the program is to familiarize the participants with ...

'Sitting on Suitcases': Green Card Lottery Winners May Not Get Immigrant Visas

The chance of winning is 1: 400. Every year 22 million people are submitted to the green card lottery. 50 thousand wins. Konstantin from Belarus became one of those lucky last year, says Voice of America. “We sent all the documents, perhaps, back in December. ...

'Strong and very soon': Trump has announced a change in US immigration policy

U.S. President Donald Trump has long sought to redefine the U.S. immigration system in order to base immigration on merit rather than family ties. Immigration remains one of the defining accents of Trump's election campaign, aimed at re-election in November this year, writes ...

U.S. prestigious universities sue Trump administration for new ban on foreign students

Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology July 8 sued the Trump administration. In particular, they accused her leadership of prohibiting foreign students who study online from staying in the US in the new fall semester, writes CNN. IN…

In one of the universities in California, they figured out how to avoid the deportation of foreign students

Hundreds of students at the University of California at Berkeley are discussing a plan to create a full-time course exclusively to circumvent the new US immigration rules, which could lead to the deportation of international students with F-1 visas. And they say that at least one teacher also accepts ...

How can immigrants benefit from delays in USCIS?

The crisis of the coronavirus and budget deficit faced by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) suddenly came to the advantage of immigrants who must apply for a visa, green card or citizenship with a lot of evidence or documents, writes Miami Herald. Insofar as…

California startup to build 'virtual wall' on border with Mexico: the essence of the project

The Trump administration has signed a contract with a California startup to build a "virtual wall" that will use artificial intelligence to track illegal immigrants. Writes about this "Voice of America". According to the Washington Post, the startup Anduril Industries will develop hundreds of solar-powered watchtowers. ...

Error, theft, loss: how to restore or replace a certificate of naturalization

A U.S. citizenship certificate is proof of your status and can serve as vital evidence of certain benefits that are only available to American citizens. If you lost your certificate or circumstances of your life led to a change in your biographical data, the certificate can be restored or replaced, writes ...

USCIS hosts naturalization ceremonies nationwide on Independence Day

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) prioritizes naturalization ceremonies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency's official website says. “US Citizenship and Immigration Services celebrates the Declaration of Independence and the birth of our great country by organizing naturalization ceremonies in the United States with ...

The court overturned one of the most stringent Trump rules for asylum seekers in the US

The judge overturned the rule of the US Presidential Administration Donald Trump, requiring immigrants to seek asylum in a third country before doing so in the US, writes NBC News. Under this rule, the United States may refuse to consider asylum applications from ...

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