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AFL-CIO Calls on Mayorkas to Protect Immigrant Workers

On May 25, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations in Washington, DC on November 26, 2016. (Shutterstock) TRead more

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Federal Judge Blocks Termination of Title 42: What You Need to Know

On May 23, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Immigration Impact Just three days before Title 42 was set to end on May 23, a federal judge in LouisiaRead more

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The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 164

On May 19, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 164 (Highlights) Supreme Court Rejects Review Over Factual Questions in Immigration Removal BrRead more

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Undocumented Immigrants and Mental Health

On May 19, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In this article, we highlight aspects of the mental health of immigrants based on a StressRead more

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Supreme Court Rejects Review Over Factual Questions in Immigration Removal Proceedings

On May 17, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Kate Goettel, Immigration Impact The Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision on May 16 rejecting federal court review of fact-findiRead more

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The U.S. Immigration Debate

On May 16, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Immigrants and their supporters march to the White House on International Workers’ Day, to call for legal reforms and an endRead more

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The Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade Could Have Harmful Ripple Effects for Immigrants

On May 13, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

New York City – May 21, 2019: People protesting in support of abortion rights and against a wave of abortion bans in Lower MRead more

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USCIS Lengthens Work Permit Automatic Extension Period to Address Adjudication Delays

On May 12, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Emma Winger, Immigration Impact U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a temporary rule last week that automaRead more

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Immigrants Will Be Vital in America’s Fastest Growing Jobs Through 2030

On May 12, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Steven Hubbard, Immigration Impact The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and kept people from going back toRead more

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The Border Patrol is Going to Eliminate its Secretive Critical Incident Teams

On May 11, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Katy Murdza U.S. Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) announced in a May 6 memorandum that it would eliminate its Border Patrol CritRead more

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