Many Haitian migrants in Del Rio are being released in the United States, according to two U.S. officials, undercutting the Biden administration's public statements.
Striking video of agents maneuvering their horses to forcibly block and move migrants attempting to cross the border has sparked resounding criticism from Democrats on Capitol Hill.
The Democrats hoped the immigration changes would cover Dreamers brought to the US as children, people affected by conflicts or natural disasters in their home countries.
The skilled workforce returning to their rural homes is likely to spearhead a new tech knowledge revolution in the hinterland.
Libya has for years been a hub for African and Middle Eastern migrants fleeing war and poverty in their countries and hoping for a better life in Europe.
Migrants frequently hop freight cars or follow railroad tracks to reach the U.S. border, and Mexican authorities often raid rail lines to catch and return them to their home countries.
Upon online application, the migration certificate shall be made available on the DPE website only up to 30 days from the date of the student’s application.
Justice Minister Yoko Kamikawa said a report on the March death of 33-year-old Wishma Sandamali concluded she received inadequate treatment as her health deteriorated.
Khandu said the North Eastern Council should act as a think tank of the region for the creation of ideas and promoting overall development.
Biden campaigned on ending “prolonged” detention and use of private prisons for immigration detention, which house the majority of those in ICE custody.
The sharp increases from June were striking because crossings usually slow during stifling — and sometimes fatal — summer heat.
A few months back, they had left their workplaces to escape the lockdown misery brought about by the second Covid wave.
The OPT is a guest worker programme administered by the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The letters were jointly sent by twenty-four prominent media outlets, demanding less than one thousand special visas for Afghan journalists, interpreters, supporting staff, and their families.
Numerical restrictions on high-skilled temporary visas block the vast majority of foreign-born applicants from working in America in a given year.