'It's getting worse': how the COVID-19 pandemic affected immigration in the United States

As the coronavirus spreads around the world, the administration of US President Donald Trump has cut off most of the routes of legal immigration to the United States. Writes about this CNN. For four months, people who legally immigrated to the United States (or are just trying to) have been deprived of a normal life ...

White House prepares new immigration restrictions due to coronavirus: what you need to know

US President Donald Trump's administration is preparing to impose another set of restrictions on legal immigration, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, even as the administration is pushing for the resumption of the US economy. Writes about this CNN. Despite the attempts of President Donald Trump ...

How to choose an immigration lawyer and avoid fraud

Immigration fraud, unfortunately, is a widespread phenomenon, very often immigrants get hooked by scammers when looking for a lawyer. We've put together some tips on how to choose the right lawyer, check his license and history of violations, if any. To avoid fraud with ...

Is it possible to forget the native language in immigration: personal experience

“Probably, each of you has such friends who, after a couple of weeks living abroad, begin to distort words and sigh languidly as they forget Russian,” writes the author of the Simple America blog on Yandex.Zen. Further - from the first person I am over 6,5 ...

The United States began to issue much fewer visas: March statistics

In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, reduced passenger traffic and the suspension of interviews at US consulates, 35% fewer visas for foreigners were issued in March than in the previous month, writes The Hill. As a measure to protect unemployed Americans, President Trump ...

Trump has restricted immigration due to coronavirus: who will it affect

On April 22, US President Donald Trump signed a decree restricting immigration to the country, writes the BBC. It will be valid for 60 days, and then it can be withdrawn or renewed. Let's figure out who the restrictions will affect. The President named the main reason for introducing new restrictive measures ...

Two months of life in the USA: impressions of Russian-speaking immigrants

The author of the channel “Russians in America” on Yandex.Zen tells about his impressions after two months of living in the USA. Further - from the first person. Hello from sunny Miami! March 7 was exactly 2 months since we live in the USA. First emotions and ...

Due to quarantine, the Immigration Service has changed the process for submitting forms and documents: what you need to know

US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that from March 21, 2020, due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency announced by President Trump on March 13, 2020, all signed forms and documents, including Form I-129, as well as applications on…

Taxes and Jobs: How Immigrants Affect the US Economy

Over the past two decades, American opinion of immigrants has changed to a more positive one. According to a 2019 Gallup Poll, only 23% of Americans consider immigrants a serious problem for the United States, which is less than in previous years, writes Wallet Hub. IN…

In Pennsylvania, a 3-year-old scammer pretended to be a lawyer and tricked immigrants

The woman who ran the immigration services business pleaded guilty to fraud and identity theft. Cheated by a woman of immigrants in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who wanted to obtain citizenship. Writes about this The Philadelphia Inquirer. Ana Molina admitted that she pretended to be a lawyer, stealing $ 11 ...

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