Biden lifted Trump's ban on issuing green cards and entering the United States: DV-2020 winners still have a chance

US President Joe Biden on Wednesday, February 24, lifted the ban on issuing green cards issued by his predecessor Donald Trump at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ban blocked much of legal immigration to the United States, lawyers said. APNews reported in more detail. President Donald ...

A path to citizenship for all 11 million illegal immigrants: Biden unveils controversial bill

On February 18, the White House announced an immigration bill that will pave an eight-year path to citizenship for millions of immigrants already in the country and provide a faster path to citizenship for illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children. The edition told in more detail ...

How immigrants benefit the country they came to

In countries where there are large numbers of immigrants, the topic of immigration is often discussed. These people leave home in search of a better life for themselves and their families. As integral components of global development, they not only contribute to the economic prosperity of the host country, but also ...

Accelerating the issuance of green cards and the legalization of 'dreamers': what is Biden preparing to do

President-elect Joe Biden's new administration promises to focus on reducing waiting times for citizenship, providing automatic green cards to protected illegal immigrants and adding immigration judges to reduce delays in court hearings, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said. Writes about this Politico. ...

What will change in US immigration policy in 2021

When newly elected President Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20, the countdown will begin to fulfill his campaign-related immigration promises, including a series of priority changes that he pledged to adopt on his first day as head of state. ...

Comedian, immigrant, friend of scouts: the gripping story of a Jewish journalist who escaped from the USSR

By the time of emigration in 1974, journalist Emil Dreitser was already quite famous in the Soviet Union, albeit under the pseudonym Emil Abramov. His feuilletons and humoresques were published in the 12 Chairs Club, Literaturnaya Gazeta, Yunost, Krokodil and other publications. He also wrote ...

Three ways to determine a person's immigration status in the United States

To determine a person's immigration status, you can use the E-Verify website or submit a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). All three methods are described in detail by the WikiHow edition. It is better to choose a method taking into account the goal, ...

I went to Hollywood, but ended up in the USSR: how they live in 'our' areas of California

Drive to Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood. What pictures pop up in your head? Luxurious houses, azure ocean and palm trees? Yes, that's right. But there is also something else. Suddenly, the usual huge American stores are replaced by small rooms with long-unwashed glass. I hear Russian ...

Left to return: why did the immigrant leave the USA and move his American wife to Ukraine

Dmitry Rachkovsky married an American and went to live with her, but then he nevertheless transported her to Ukraine. Why he decided to return to his homeland, how he lived in the USA, and how his wife now lives in Ukraine, Andriy Shevchuk told in his ...

Six innovations immigrants should expect from President Biden

After moving to the White House, Joe Biden is likely to look to reverse much of President Donald Trump's immigration legacy and move forward with his own agenda. More about the expected changes in immigration policy, told Reuters. Although some measures ...

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