Weekly Immigration News (May 12-22)

Weekly Immigration News (May 12-22)

Weekly Immigration News

Weekly Immigration News (12 May – 22 May)

The US deported 11,000 migrants in the week after Title 42 ended

Following the expiration of Title 42 border limitations, the United States deported or returned more than 11,000 migrants to Mexico and more than 30 other nations in a week. This was part of an initiative by the Biden administration to expand and publicize deportations.

USCIS Updates Review Process for the Processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans

The U.S. government is granting advance travel authorization for up to 30,000 noncitizens each month to come to the United States to seek parole on a case-by-case basis under the processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelans. Due to high interest in these processes, USCIS is updating the review process effective May 17, 2023.

EOIR Announces 19 New Immigration Judges

EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review) announced the appointment of 19 immigration judges, including one assistant chief immigration judge, to immigration courts in Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, and Texas.

Ron DeSantis’s anti-immigration law is already leading to worker shortages

Signed by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, the law mandates that businesses with 25 or more employees verify the citizenship status of workers through the federal online portal E-Verify or face stronger penalties, among other new restrictions.

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