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New York immigration unemployment
Dangers of New York Immigration Unemployment Issues A study conducted by the Center for Urban Future indicates that about half of working-class immigrants in the state of New York have lost their jobs as an effect of the coronavirus pandemic. The New York immigration unemployment situation has left many families without the financial resources necessary...
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New York Courthouse Arrest
A ruling handed down by federal Judge Jed S. Rakoff on June 10, 2020, found that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) exceeded their authority by making arrests at courthouses throughout the state of New York. The ruling will provide added protections for immigrants who might otherwise be the subject of a New York courthouse arrest...
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Coronavirus Immigration Policies
According to sources inside the Trump administration, the immigration restrictions put in place to combat the coronavirus pandemic may be in place until at least October of this year. This will severely limit the ability of many individuals to live and work in the United States and will create added burdens on U.S. businesses that...
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New York Immigration Services
The coronavirus pandemic has caused many government agencies and private companies to close their doors temporarily and to take measures to protect the health of employees and members of the public. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) closed its offices to the public beginning on March 18, 2020, and has now announced that it will...
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In a move intended to protect the rights of immigrants, New York has made it a felony for officials in the state to share immigrant driver data with federal agencies like Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Officials who do provide this information to ICE, CBP or other federal immigration...
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New York Immigration Agency
Visiting a New York Immigration Agency? The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in far fewer applications for citizenship and visas through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), prompting the agency to request a bailout from the federal government. USCIS is requesting a $1.2 billion infusion of cash as well as the right to increase the fees...
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New York Employment Immigration Lawyer
Help from a New York Employment Immigration Lawyer The coronavirus pandemic has created widespread unemployment throughout the United States. One of the groups hardest hit by COVID-19 and its effect on the business world, however, is the class of immigrants here under H-1B visas. Many of these individuals have been laid off or have lost...
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immigration ban
The recent immigration ban put in place by President Donald Trump has created concerns among the immigrant community regarding the status of their visa applications. Understanding the basics of this 60-day ban on immigration will help to provide families in our area with greater peace of mind about this new development. This is essential for...
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Immgration Executive Order
The President  issued an unprecedented Executive Order halting many immigrant petitions for 60 days.  While immigrants living and working in the United States, as well as  spouses and minor children of United States citizens will still be eligible, other immediate relatives of US citizens and foreign nationals seeking green cards based on a job offer overseas, will be subject to the Executive...
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Suspended Immigration
Will Suspended Immigration Affect Your Citizenship? According to a tweet by President Trump on April 20, 2020, all immigration to the United States will be suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic currently affecting many areas of this country. While no executive order has yet been signed to implement suspended immigration, some administration officials have indicated...
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