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What Is the Current State of Immigration in the U.S.?
What Is the Current State of Immigration in the U.S.?

While businesses and organizations across the country are beginning to cautiously reopen, the immigration system is still heavily encumbered by shutdowns and recent policies. According to a report by NPR , immigration is largely at a standstill, and these restrictions may ...

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      In recent years, protests against the U.S. government’s treatment of immigrants have escalated in response to detainment conditions at the southern ...

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      Starting February 4 th , 2020, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) implement the Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds final rule. ...

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      Are you considering investing in a U.S. business? You may qualify for an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa. The qualifications are highly specific, ...

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