Immigration Executive Action

Trump Finally Admits ‘U.S. Needs Immigrants’

While President Trump’s administration seems to be doing damage control with Honduran refugees seeking asylum in the United States, and also trying to get a border wall built, did he have some kind of epiphany about the practicality of accepting certain immigrants? It appears the answer to that question is an unequivocal, YES! President [...]

Trump Finally Admits ‘U.S. Needs Immigrants’

What Changed by Strengthening the Refugee Screening Process?

A series of measures are being implemented by the United State at the Federal agency level to help ensure an improved refugee asylum screening process to address national security standards in lieu of past attacks on our soil. The State Department is claiming the new measures are needed to keep “nefarious and fraudulent actors” [...]

What Changed by Strengthening the Refugee Screening Process?

Efforts to Rescue Stalled Immigration Executive Action Stepped Up by White House

As the immigration executive action remains in legal limbo, the Obama Administration and U.S. Justice Department are reportedly ramping up their efforts to save the programs and deportation relief that would have been provided by this action. In fact, some are calling their most recent actions to further the immigration executive action an “aggressive” legal [...]

Efforts to Rescue Stalled Immigration Executive Action Stepped Up by White House

TX Federal Judge Denies DOJ Request to Lift Block on the Immigration Executive Action

Days ago, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen denied a request made by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to lift his injunction, which placed a block on the immigration executive action (IEA). This means that, currently, the promised deportation relief offered by the IEA will remain unavailable until the courts resolve the issues regarding [...]

TX Federal Judge Denies DOJ Request to Lift Block on the Immigration Executive Action