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This Week in U.S. Immigration News: May 26, 2017

Each week we collect stories related to U.S. immigration, and we provide a brief summary of each story in our weekly blog edition. Below you will find snapshots of stories that range from Trump’s administration to changes in U.S. immigration laws. We then give you fresh links at the bottom that relate to each story […]

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Travelers Race to US Before Trump Reinstates Travel Ban

Federal Judge vs President Trump Last week thousands gathered at JFK Airport to protest the detention of several travelers who had valid visas when embarking upon their flights, but who ran afoul of President Trump’s executive order restricting travel from several Middle Eastern, Muslim-majority countries. This week travelers from those seven predominantly Muslim countries are […]

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US Tech Companies Join Forces Against Immigration Travel Ban

It is a widely-held belief within tech companies that immigration to the U.S. has been and continues to be a driving force for the American economy. Tech CEOs Take a Stand Against Donald Trump’s Immigration Order Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley have teamed up together over the weekend to support the high-profile […]

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Full Executive Order Text: Limiting Refugees and Immigrants Into the U.S.

President Trump signed an executive order on Friday titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” Following is the language of that order, as supplied by the White House. By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration […]

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President Trump Moves Forward With Building Border Wall

On Wednesday, January 25th, new President Donald Trump took the first step to his much talked about the Mexican border. He pledged to “build a wall” on the Mexican border by issuing an executive decree. Trump Signed Order to Begin Construction on Mexican Border From the start of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, he promised to […]

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How Will Trump’s Travel-Ban Affect You?

The newly United States President, Donald Trump, has made an executive order to temporarily block entry by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. The executive order Trump has issued is titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States”. This directive has sent confusion onto citizens from the banned countries as well as within […]

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Canada Accepts What the U.S. is Turning Away

i Canada to offer temporary residency to travelers stranded by U.S Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been the front runner for promoting a safe environment for refugees fleeing their dangerous homeland. He has been watching the United States this week and the changes that the President has enforced. Canada has offered to house travelers stranded […]

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Will America No Longer Be “The Melting Pot” for Immigrants?

Trump bars door to refugees, visitors from seven mainly Muslim nations On Saturday afternoon there were five Iraqi and one Yemeni passenger barred from boarding an EgyptAir flight from Cairo to New York. Earlier that day Donald Trump halted the entry of citizens from seven Muslim countries. The passengers were stopped and directed to flights […]

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Canadians Denied Entry to US for Wanting to Attend “Women’s March”

Both Men and Women Denied Entry to US for Wanting to Attend Women’s March Yesterday the United States held one of the largest women rallies in history. The Women’s March on Washington broke record numbers of attendees with 750,000 in Los Angeles, 500,000 in Washington, 250,000 in New York City, 250,000 in Chicago, 150,000 in […]

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The One Rule You May Have Forgot At Customs

Be Prepared to Provide Your Social Media Accounts In June, 2016, the United States Department of Homeland Security devised a new law that foreign travelers may be required to give their social media accounts to the United State Immigration authorities. This rule is exclusive for travelers who are coming into the United State on the […]

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