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June 2018 Archives

President calls for more changes to US immigration law

New York residents would be hard pressed to watch or read the news in recent weeks and not hear mention of immigration issues. In what has quickly become a nationwide debate, recent changes to U.S. immigration law have Americans concerned and confused. In a political climate that seems to change daily, it can be difficult to know what the laws currently state and what changes are being proposed. 

Permanent resident finds himself facing deportation

A century ago, New York itself was the hub of arrival for immigrants from all over the globe. Even in modern times, the Empire State is home to a variety of people who speak over 800 languages combined, making New York City the most linguistically diverse city in the entire world. One thing people may not be aware of, however, is that there is a difference between a legal permanent resident and a U.S. citizen.

Family immigration issues discussed in House

Recent media coverage has sparked a new wave of talks about asylum seekers in the U.S. Individuals seeking asylum at the United States borders are now being separated from their children due to a new border policy. What the change means long-term for family immigration has yet to be revealed. For now, people interested in migrating to New York may wish to be aware of current policy. 

Man held in immigration detention following pizza delivery

One man remains detained following an incident at a military base. He worked as a pizza delivery man in New York and often delivered to the base. The last time he visited, he said that the check-in procedure had changed, which led to him being arrested and held in immigration detention

Justice Department implementing changes in US immigration law

A recent focus of the current administration is overhauling the way that new individuals are introduced into the country. Leaders have called for changes in US immigration law that will result in lower levels of illegal immigration. Some proposed changes include the hiring of more immigration judges to handle cases in New York and the rest of the country. 

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