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ICYMI — Lohud Op-Ed: “All of Us Benefit from the Economic and Cultural Contributions of Newcomers.”

On February 23, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By America’s Voice | February 23, 2024 New York, NY — In a recent Lohud.com op-ed, David Dyssegaard Kallick and CarolaRead more

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Refugees and Asylum Seekers Generate Billions of Dollars More Than They Cost the U.S. Government

On February 22, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Karen Aho | Immigration Impact A report released this month by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) founRead more

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Trump’s Plan for Massive Immigration Purges and Detention Camps Promises Chaos for All

On February 22, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Editorial credit: Drop of Light / Shutterstock.com By America’s Voice | February 21, 2024 Vanessa Cárdenas on a new WaPRead more

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The Cost of US Citizenship is about to Rise

On February 19, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Lauren Villagran | USA Today The cost of applying for U.S. citizenship is about to rise. More than 9 million legal permaneRead more

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Completing an Unprecedented 10 Million Immigration Cases in Fiscal Year 2023, USCIS Reduced Its Backlog for the First Time in Over a Decade

On February 9, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Editorial credit: Michael Vi / Shutterstock.com WASHINGTON— Today U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is releasing eRead more

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Experts Wrap Busy Immigration Week with Lessons for Political and Policy Debate Moving Forward

On February 9, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By America’s Voice | February 9, 2024 Washington, DC —On a press call held today, leaders from immigration and Latino-fRead more

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Data Snapshot: The Number of Black Immigrants in the US Continues to Rise

On February 9, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By American Immigration Council Staff | February 9, 2024 Black immigrants not only contribute to America’s rich political andRead more

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USCIS Finalizes Increase in Fees for Immigration-Related Applications

On February 9, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Adriel Orozco | Immigration Impact U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) finalized its long-awaited fee rule oRead more

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Senate Deal Would Significantly Transform Border Policy

On February 7, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Adriel Orozco | Immigration Impact The “Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2024” was released onRead more

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‘Win-Win’ Proposal Could Speed Up Hiring Of New Yorkers and Migrants, Fill Thousands Of Open Jobs, and Bolster Local Economies

On February 5, 2024Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) is supporting a plan approved earlier this month by the state’s Civil Service Commission that could hRead more

Governor Kathy Hochul (D-NY) is supportiRead More
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