How refugees from Crimea started life from scratch in America

We decided to recall this story today, since June 26 is the Day of the Crimean Tatar Flag. After the illegal annexation of Crimea, many Crimean Tatars were forced to leave their homes and seek refuge in Ukraine or abroad. Voice of America journalists visited a young Crimean Tatar family who settled in ...

Biden's administration quietly launches asylum seeker app: what's wrong with it

To support tens of thousands of migrants stranded at the US-Mexico border, the Biden administration is banking on a technology solution: a mobile app. The Los Angeles Times tells about it. In recent weeks, US border guards have taken the unprecedented step of quietly deploying the new CBP One app, ...

Trump administration dramatically tightens rules for asylum seekers in the United States

The incumbent’s administration is committed to broadly raising standards for asylum seekers in the United States, a move that critics describe as the largest asylum attack in the country since Trump’s presidency. The new rule introduced at ...

The United States has expanded the list of violations due to which they will deny political asylum

The U.S. Department of Justice and Homeland Security has published a final rule restricting the right of some foreign nationals who have committed a criminal offense to seek asylum. On October 20, the US Department of Justice and the US Department of Homeland Security announced the publication of the final rule to prevent asylum ...

Rising Homelessness and Hunger Threats: US Tightens Rules for Asylum Seekers

For several years, the administration of US President Donald Trump has been introducing and proposing various strategies aimed at limiting the right to asylum in the United States and humanitarian protection available to foreigners fleeing persecution based on their religion, political views, nationality, race and affiliation ...

'Terrible Consequences': New USCIS Rules for US Asylum Seekers Come into Effect

In late June 2020, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced two regulatory changes aimed at making it impossible for asylum seekers to work legally in the United States while they await their asylum applications. By increasing the obstacles, ...

The court overturned one of the most stringent Trump rules for asylum seekers in the US

The judge overturned a rule by the administration of US President Donald Trump, requiring immigrants to seek asylum in a third country before doing so in the United States, writes NBC News. Under this rule, the United States may refuse to process an asylum application from ...

Quick deportation: court upheld Trump's decision to tighten rules for US asylum seekers

On Thursday, June 25, the US Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's right to deport asylum seekers, preventing them from bringing their immigration case to federal court, writes AP. Immigration experts have suggested that the administration will use broad language to support more ...

USCIS Tightens US Asylum Seeker Rules

US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced a regulatory change aimed at deterring foreigners from illegally entering the United States and filing unfounded, fraudulent, or otherwise invalid asylum claims in order to obtain a work permit. ...

Tens of thousands of dollars: ICE introduces early release pledge for asylum seekers

"Now that they provide parole options, they are setting as many obstacles as possible," said a lawyer at the Southern Poverty Law Center, quoted by NBC News. Two weeks ago, Karina Serrano Rodriguez was escorted to a computer terminal at the Detention Center ...

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