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"A mayor shouldn't have to stand up and offer legal services just so his city's residents can get help in a life-threatening crisis. But it's good to see he's willing to do whatever it takes to bring people to safety."
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A group of Democrats have written to Trump asking him to protect DACA. The letter was signed by 155 Democrats.
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Last Thursday, the travel ban came into effect allowing only those into the U.S. with an established close relationship. This includes: "a parent, spouse, fiancé, child, son- or daughter-in-law, or sibling, including step- or half-siblings." It does not include: "grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, in-laws, extended family and grandchildren."
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The Department of Homeland Security has decided to issue more H-2B visas, beginning as soon as late July.
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The Supreme Court limited the government's ability to strip citizenship from immigrants for minor lies. It was argued that false statements should only lead to revoking citizenship if the lie played a role in the naturalization process.
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The new questionnaire for visa applicants will ask for social media handles from the past 5 years and biological information from the past 15 years including phone numbers and email addresses. While the new information is reportedly voluntary, it could prevent or delay processing.
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What we know about the border wall and what is planned in the next few months.
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A free 'mini boot camp' was held for people to learn more about immigration law and what to do if they want to help immigrants in their community in Alabama. Read more about the tips provided during the event.
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The U.S. Department of State is proposing tougher visa scrutiny during questioning - applying to 65,000 people each year. "Those applicants would be required to provide all prior passport numbers, five years' worth of social media handles, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as 15 years of biographical information."
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