Tag: immigration

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The U.S. Decreases B2 Visa Validity For Cuban Nationals

Effective March 18, 2019, the United States will reduce the B2 visa validity for Cuban nationals to three months with a single entry.  U.S. immigration law requires that U.S. visa fees and validity periods be reciprocal, insofar as practicable, with the treatment accorded to U.S. citizens. Cuba allows U.S. citizen tourists a single entry for a stay of two months, […]

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Trump Pulls Immigration Punches

President Trump on Sunday made his stance on immigration clear by stating that undocumented immigrants who cross the border into the United States should be scraped up and sent back home. This move, however, would be at odds with the U.S. Constitution which allows for due process for citizens and non-citizens alike, according to legal analysts and immigrant rights advocates. […]

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Trump’s Immigration Policy Breeds Division

President Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy on illegal immigrants arrested at the border, continues to generate not only heated discussions but also protests from among different groups of people across the U.S. Under the policy, federal authorities can separate children from their parents, relatives, or other adults who accompanied them in crossing the border, whether apprehended during an illegal crossing or, in several […]

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Another Government Shut Down Looms

There is great anxiety among Dreamers — young people who were brought illegally into the United States as children. The U.S. Congress continues its pussyfooting in granting them a pathway to stay and work in the U.S. The fact is President Trump warned last year that he would end by March 5 another Obama’s program — that of protecting the […]