The public charge rule aimed to reduce eligible green card and visa holders, by redefining what made them depend on public benefits or likely to. The rule is no longer in effect.
The move could make U.S. resettlement more difficult for tens of thousands of Afghans still stranded abroad.
An archive of the biggest, need-to-know immigration news for the week ending in September 2, 2022, brought to you by Boundless Immigration.
Finance apps and websites aimed at immigrants can help you manage your money when in the United States.
Visa issues and political climate are top concerns.
Using inflammatory and dehumanizing language to describe immigrants is nothing new, and neither is the violence it causes.
The Biden administration released a rule to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but the program is still in legal peril.
The Federal Reserve has been attempting to snuff out inflation without triggering a recession. One simple solution? Increased immigration.
This week’s round-up of the biggest, need-to-know immigration news, brought to you by Boundless Immigration.
The National Visa Center’s numbers show that the Immigrant Visa backlog decreased by 6% from July to August, but that’s not the whole story.