The next year may bring shifting border policies, improvements to the visa backlog, fee hikes, and more.
The Federal Reserve has been attempting to snuff out inflation without triggering a recession. One simple solution? Increased immigration.
Despite a slew of bills and negotiations, only certain amendments to the annual defense bill are likely to be passed by Congress this year.
Senator Joe Manchin told reporters Tuesday morning that Build Back Better talks have stalled once again in the Senate.
The State Department proposed a new rule to raise fees for most nonimmigrant visas in 2022.
Their third attempt expanded on immigration parole, a program that offers work authorization and protection from deportation.
The new rule applies to applicants who were already approved for an immigrant visa in the same classification and on the same basis on or after August 4, 2019.
The new proposal includes a temporary parole program for millions of undocumented immigrants and recapturing unused green cards.
The bill would grant legal status to certain undocumented immigrants.
The resolution allocates $107 billion to provide legal permanent status to undocumented immigrants as well as improving border security.