In Chicago, illegal immigrants will be allowed to work in the police: such measures are planned in other states

Chicago opens police recruitment for non-citizens: House Bill 3751 goes into effect January 1, 2024. The trend to hire illegal immigrants to the police extends to other states, according to Police1. On July 28, Illinois Gov. J. B. Pritzker signed…

Where the most illegal immigrants live in the US: in some states they make up almost 8% of the population

About 11 million illegal immigrants live in the USA. They have a significant impact on the economy and the labor market. The latest study identified the 15 states with the highest percentage of illegal immigrants, according to Yahoo. The Center for Immigration Research defines illegal immigrants as all “non-citizens born within…

Landlords in Illinois are required to rent out housing to illegal immigrants

Effective January 1, 2024, Illinois landlords will be required to rent or sell property to illegal immigrants. The publication My State Line figured out more about the new law. The law adds immigration status as a protected class to the Human Rights Act…

How many tourists and students from post-Soviet countries stay in the US illegally: statistics for 2022

Many people enter the United States on nonimmigrant visas and then remain in America after the visa expires. That is, they become illegal immigrants. In a new report, the Department of Homeland Security released data on “defectors.” The Department of Homeland Security...

Former illegal immigrants: celebrity immigrants who could be deported from the United States

In 2018, the world famous dog handler Cesar Millan appeared in the Red Table Talk of actress Jada Pinkett Smith on Facebook and spoke frankly about his trip to the United States, writes Global News. At the age of 21 and only 100 ...

In Texas, inflatable barriers will be installed on the way of illegal immigrants

Texas will install a floating barrier along the Rio Grande to deter migrants from illegally crossing the river into the US, reports TheNewYorkPost. This was announced on June 8 by Gov. Greg Abbott. The first 300m section will be installed on July 7 near Eagle Pass, which city officials say…

Out-of-state Americans advised not to travel to Florida due to harsh immigration policy and racism

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) are warning against visiting Florida due to new laws and decisions by state Governor Ron DeSantis, CNN reports. The NAACP recommends that out-of-state Americans avoid visiting Florida...

Title 42 has ended: what will happen to immigrants on the borders of the USA and Mexico

The administration of US President Joe Biden has repealed Title 42 (Section 42). It expires today, May 11th. We decided to find out what will change at the borders and in the US as a whole. According to Title 42, in order to ensure public health for migrants at the border…

The US will increase the number of deportations to deter illegal border crossings

The US will increase the number of deportations, as well as expand legal routes for potential immigrants. Authorities are bracing for a possible spike in illegal border crossings when COVID-19 restrictions are lifted in May. Yahoo! writes about it. The US will double or triple the number of deportation flights...

US to speed up asylum screening process: what you need to know

The Biden administration next week will begin testing a faster asylum interview process for migrants caught illegally crossing the US-Mexico border, Reuters reported. Department of Homeland Security spokeswoman Marsha Espinosa said asylum officials…

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