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June 1, 2019

Proposed Tariffs on Mexico to Slow Migration

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In a recent announcement, The Trump Administration revealed that it would impose 5 percent tariffs on Mexican imports, with the possibility of raising them to 25 percent if Mexico does not halt the flow of illegal immigration, largely from Central America, across the US border. The proposed action aims to force the Mexican government “to dramatically reduce or eliminate the number of illegal aliens crossing its territory into the United States”, the tariff is to
Immigration, Immigration Reform
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The Trump administration family separation policy was initially presented as a “zero tolerance” approach to deter illegal immigration and to encourage tenacious legislation. It was adopted across the U.S.–Mexico border from April 2018 to June 2018, however, later investigations found that the practice of family separations had begun prior to the public announcement. Under the policy, authorities separated children from parents and guardians upon entering the U.S. The adults were prosecuted, while the children were
Immigration, Immigration Reform
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April 1, 2019

The Dream and Promise Act of 2019

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Congress is considering new protections for Dreamers, as well as for recipients of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and Deferred Enforcement Departure (DED) programs, which provide relief to immigrants from specific countries. The American Dream and Promise Act of 2019 would block the Administration’s attempts to terminate these programs and protect immigrants with strong ties to the United States from deportation. This proposed bill would provide protection from deportation and a possible earned pathway to
Immigration, Immigration Reform
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March 15, 2018

K-1 Fiance Visa – A Summary and Introduction

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Here is a good summary of K-1 Fiance Visas: Overview: What Is a K-1 Fiance Visa? The fiancé(e) K-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) of a United States (U.S.) citizen. The K-1 visa permits the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) to travel to the United States and marry his or her U.S. citizen sponsor within 90 days of arrival. The foreign-citizen will then apply for adjustment of status to a permanent resident (LPR) with the Department of Homeland
Immigration
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Here is an excerpt from my upcoming article in the Johnson County BarLetter: On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that he would take “executive action” to significantly expand the Administration’s 2012 Deferred Action program.  This expansion extends “protection from deportation” and other benefits to over one-third of the approximately eleven million individuals living in the United States without immigration status.  The program may represent the most significant change to immigration enforcement in the last
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