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  • Year in Review: Immigration in 2021
    Year in Review: Immigration in 2021

    Immigration laws and reforms are constantly in flux as they are updated, changed, and/or challenged. Below we will highlight key immigration updates from this past year. The Biden Administration’s ...

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  • Immigration Reforms in the Build Back Better Act
    Immigration Reforms in the Build Back Better Act

    Last month, House Democrats passed the Build Back Better Act (BBBA), which contains immigration reforms—including protection from deportation and several pathways to legal permanent residency—that ...

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  • Potential Immigration Reforms Considered in the Build Back Better Bill
    Potential Immigration Reforms Considered in the Build Back Better Bill

    The Build Back Better Framework In an effort to support the middle class, President Biden has created the Build Back Better framework. The framework seeks to invest in climate change efforts, children ...

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  • US to Reopen Land Borders in November for Fully Vaccinated
    US to Reopen Land Borders in November for Fully Vaccinated

    On October 15, 2021, the White House announced that COVID-19 travel restrictions for fully vaccinated international visitors will be lifted on November 8, marking the end of 21-month long ...

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  • Federal Judge in Texas Jeopardizes DACA Once Again
    Federal Judge in Texas Jeopardizes DACA Once Again

    The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ( DACA ) program has been in and out of court for the past few years, leaving the young adults it protects (known as Dreamers) with uncertain futures. On ...

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  • Trump Signs Executive Order Banning Immigration for 60 Days
    Trump Signs Executive Order Banning Immigration for 60 Days

    On April 22 nd , the President signed an executive order effectively preventing people from becoming permanent residents for two months. The ban is intended to limit both the spread of the coronavirus ...

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