Many States Recognize Benefit of Tuition Equity for Undocumented Students
A new report provides greater detail regarding these differences and highlights the barriers undocumented youth face in pursuing higher education.
Will the Guidance on Extreme Hardship Waivers Allow More Individuals to Become Permanent Residents?
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued draft guidance on what constitutes “extreme hardship” for purposes of an immigration waiver. They are now seeking the public’s feedback.
CBP Releases Long Awaited Standards, Still a Long Way to Go
The announcement of publicly available policies was a welcome development towards transparency. However, groups issued cautions and highlighted significant shortcomings.
New Deportation Numbers May Signal More Targeted Enforcement
A recent media report says DHS deported the lowest number of people since 2006. Here’s what that means.
Fifty Years Later, the Immigration Act That Transformed America
The 50th anniversary of the INA is an opportunity to celebrate the diversity of America and reflect on some of the act’s flaws, most of which have yet to be fixed.