The United States introduced new rules for the arrest and deportation of illegal immigrants

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) chief Alejandro Mallorcas has issued broad new directives for immigration officials stating that someone is an illegal immigrant “should not be the basis” for a decision to detain and deport them from the United States. Writes about this ...

The United States deported a Russian hacker: he was immediately arrested at home

A Russian hacker convicted in the US was detained in Moscow after deportation, Voice of America reports. In the United States, Alexei Burkov was sentenced to 9 years in prison for cybercrimes. Russian hacker Alexey Burkov, 29 years old, resident of St. Petersburg. Freelance programmer: engaged in information security, programming, and also ...

'Freedom of speech is not for everyone': an immigrant was deported after participating in a film criticizing the US government

Activist Claudio Rojas says he was deported to his homeland, Argentina, for starring in a film criticizing US immigration authorities. Writes about this NPR. Rojas is one of the stars of The Infiltrators. He was invited to present the film at the film festival ...

The United States will speed up the asylum decision-making process: those who are denied will be quickly deported

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have published amendments to existing regulations as a key step towards the implementation of the plan of the administration of US President Joe Biden to create a fair, orderly and humane immigration system. This is stated on the site ...

No courts and delays: the United States resumed accelerated deportation of illegal immigrants

On July 30, the United States resumed expedited flights to deport families of immigrants who had recently arrived at the US-Mexico border, amid a sharp increase in their numbers. Writes about it Reuters. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that the flights will carry families of immigrants ...

Biden brings back Trump immigration procedure

US President Joe Biden's administration plans to expedite the deportation of some immigrant families crossing the US-Mexican border. More details were told by the publication CNN. Some families will now be subject to an expedited deportation procedure that allows the immigration authorities to expel a person without a hearing by an immigration judge. Procedure…

Arizona court sentenced a Russian who tried to illegally cross the US border

In Arizona, the Federal District Court sentenced the Russian Yevgeny Glushchenko. Earlier, he admitted that he tried to illegally cross the US border. The offender was not obliged to serve a prison sentence - most likely, he will be deported to Russia. Writes about this News.Mail.Ru. As part of the deal with the investigation ...

Biden allows ICE to refuse deportation of certain groups of illegal immigrants

The administration of US President Joe Biden has given the immigration prosecutor's office more discretion over which cases of deportation of illegal immigrants should be considered and which ones should be closed. This can limit the flow of new cases into a congested immigration court system. The Hill writes about this. ...

US Supreme Court ruled that could protect thousands of illegal immigrants from deportation

The US Supreme Court has given new hope to thousands of immigrants who have been in the country for a long time and tried to avoid deportation. The court ruled that the federal government had incorrectly notified immigrants who came to the United States to attend the deportation hearing. Read more about this ...

Mistakes and actions of immigrants that can lead to the loss of a green card

The path to the status of a permanent resident of the United States (green card holder) is difficult and long. It offers many benefits, including the ability to obtain US citizenship in the future. But the green card can be lost due to the mistakes of the immigrant, writes the Miami Herald. What mistakes can cost you the right to live ...

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