USCIS Updates Relating to Religious Workers Guidance
As part of a reorganization and expansion of current policy guidance pertaining to special immigrant and nonimmigrant religious employees, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is releasing it in the USCIS Policy Manual.
The special immigrant religious worker advice has been reorganized for clarity, and this update offers more thorough details on the application process, evidence verification, and site inspection.
By 2043, immigration will be the main factor in U.S. population increase
According to a recent assessment by the Congressional Budget Office, immigration will be the only source of population growth in the United States in 20 years.
According to the estimate, net immigration, which is calculated as the number of immigrants entering the country minus the number of immigrants departing in a given year, will rise from 950,000 during the next ten years to around 1.1 million by 2052.
Falling short of US Refugee Admissions Cap under the Biden Administration
The annual refugee ceiling was established by President Joe Biden at 125,000 last October, but as of July, the program had only accepted 17,690 refugees. Advocates assert that the Biden administration won’t meet its challenging goal for the fiscal year 2022, but they point out that the refugee program is still rebuilding. In October, Biden is anticipated to establish a new ceiling. Aline Barros, a VOA immigration correspondent, wrote the article.