Immigration and national security: reforms since 9/11

Immigration and national security: reforms since 9/11

The wide-ranging reforms that followed the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States significantly strengthened the national security capabilities of immigration agencies. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created to bridge gaps between the...
Immigrant workforce reeling in health crisis

Immigrant workforce reeling in health crisis

Even before the coronavirus pandemic began, the millions of mostly women of color, mostly immigrant and often undocumented domestic workers in the U.S. had little job security. But now the current health crisis has this workforce reeling. By Marisa Peñaloza The U.S....
Immigration can save lives during US COVID-19 pandemic

Immigration can save lives during US COVID-19 pandemic

In New York and elsewhere across America, physicians and nurses are overwhelmed with patients suffering from COVID-19. “Nurses Die, Doctors Sick and Panic Rises on Virus Front Lines,” read a recent headline in the New York Times. Relaxed immigration policies could...
This Week’s Resources on COVID-19

This Week’s Resources on COVID-19

Discover a list of resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic for address Immigrant communities’ needs and the needs of those while adjusting immigration status. This list will be updated regularly. The National Law Review: Business Immigration FAQ...
Coronavirus relief bill leaves out many immigrants

Coronavirus relief bill leaves out many immigrants

President Donald Trump signed a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill last week that promises to mitigate the impact of the crisis on workers — but it leaves out many immigrants. By Nicole Narea The bill, known as the CARES Act, delivers direct payments to most...
Immigrant doctors are sidelined in the fight against COVID-19

Immigrant doctors are sidelined in the fight against COVID-19

Zahraa Al-Turaihi and Hussein Al-Sudani served as doctors in emergency rooms in Iraq during the war against ISIS. Now they’re immigrants who are living in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, and ready to help fight the coronavirus pandemic, but they can’t — at...

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