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Understanding Immigration: Refugees & Asylees

Understanding Immigration: Refugees & Asylees

The main distinction between asylees and refugees is procedural. An asylee is a person who seeks asylum in the United States. A refugee is someone who seeks protection while still abroad and is then granted permission to enter the United States as a refugee. However,...
Understanding Immigration: Family-Based Immigration

Understanding Immigration: Family-Based Immigration

The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) limits the number of family-based immigration visas that can be awarded each year to foreign nationals. The United States Department of State (DOS) is in charge of assigning immigrant visas, while the United States Citizenship...
The Two Sides of the Proposal to Protect Undocumented Workers

The Two Sides of the Proposal to Protect Undocumented Workers

According to a new memo from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the Biden administration is discontinuing major worksite immigration raids and instead focuses on employers who abuse illegal employees. This is another significant divergence from the Trump...
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