Artistic Reform

A national campaign to bring awareness to immigration reform issues puts an artistic spin on messaging with mobile photo booths dispatched to 30 cities around the country. Through the Inside Out / Dreamers project, a collaboration between a French artist and the advocacy organization Emerson Collective, photo images of the faces of undocumented immigrants are …

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USCIS Celebrates Immigrant Military Members

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) celebrates Veterans Day this year by honoring immigrants and their families who serve the nation in the military and by administering the Oath of Allegiance to more than 1,600 people– America’s newest citizens. Since Oct.1, 2001, USCIS has naturalized more than 125,000 military members to U.S. citizens. The Veterans …

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Central America TPS Decisions; TPS Questions

Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Elaine Duke ended temporary protected status (TPS) for Nicaragua– effective in 1 year– and has essentially extended the status for Honduran nationals. At the same time, Duke is asking Congress to legislate permanent boundaries around policies intended to provide temporary status. Duke attributes her decision to end TPS …

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Proposed Budget Cuts Child Tax Credit for Undocumented

The president continues tightening immigration policies beyond enhanced enforcement and border security policies by adopting a financial aspect to the battlefront– child tax credits for undocumented parents. The provision, part of the recently-introduced GOP tax overhaul reform plan– acts to up the ante around immigration reform as policy makers prepare to play their hands for …

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Top 5 Reasons for Citizenship Denial

As the benefits of citizenship appeal to many immigrants who choose to live in the United States, understanding the primary reasons for application denial is critical. While U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) ultimately determines whether an N-400 citizenship application is approved or denied, immigrants who want to call themselves American hold plenty of personal …

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