The Fate of Hundreds of Thousands of TPS Recipients to Be Decided
300,000 immigrants living and working in the United States are poised to learn whether their temporary immigration status will be extended or terminated in the coming days.
Border Wall Prototypes Complete, Next Steps Unclear
Although the prototypes are now complete, Congress still has not appropriated any additional funds to begin building a border wall despite the President asking for $1.6 billion this year for construction.
How the Diversity Visa Lottery Honors American Values
The visa diversity lottery welcomes individuals from different cultures, and sends the message that the United States is a generous, open country that embraces the potential of people from different lands to pursue their own American Dream. This is a message we can’t afford to stop sending.
Court Requires Defense Department to Remove Hurdles to Citizenship for Army Reserve Soldiers
A federal judge ruled the U.S. Department of Defense could not continue to prevent approximately 2,000 noncitizen Army Reserve soldiers from applying for citizenship.
How Discretion Failed One 10-Year-Old Girl and What the Future Holds
The government’s choice to target a ten-year old girl with cerebral palsy on her way to an emergency gallbladder surgery is remarkable, and points to the failure of prosecutorial discretion.