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29  novembre     23h25
Supreme Court Wrestles with Biden’s Deportation Policy
   The Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with a politically tinged dispute over a Biden administration policy that would prioritize deportation of people in the country illegally who pose the greatest public safety risk It was not clear after arguments that stretched past two hours and turned
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US Supreme Court to Hear Immigration Policy Case
   The U S Supreme Court wades into the immigration debate on Tuesday as it examines the Biden administration s expulsion policies for undocumented migrants The Homeland Security Department in a September memo instructed US Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE to concentrate
27  novembre     02h16
VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, Nov. 20-26
   Editor s note Here is a look at immigration related news around the U S this week Questions Tips Comments Email the VOA immigration team ImmigrationUnit voanews com In Pennsylvania Afghan Refugees Celebrate First Thanksgiving Judith Samkoff needed a bigger dinner table for
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The Somali Diaspora and its Journey to Political Victories in the West
   From refugees to elected office Somali Americans have won legislative seats across the U S this year Some also have been elected to city councils school boards and the boards of parks and recreation in their respective cities The U S midterm elections have proved to be historic for Somalis
24  novembre     20h21
In Pennsylvania, Afghan Refugees Celebrate First Thanksgiving
   Judith Samkoff needed a bigger dinner table for Thanksgiving this year The year old Harrisburg Pennsylvania resident helped resettle an Afghan refugee family of eight and because this is their first holiday in the United States Samkoff invited them to her father and sister s home for
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New Refugees Celebrate First Thanksgiving in US
   Refugees from around the world who resettled in the Washington area got together to celebrate their first Thanksgiving in the United States VOA s Shahnaz Nafees has the story
20  novembre     02h20
VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, Nov. 6-19
   Editor s note Here is a look at immigration related news around the U S this week Questions Tips Comments Email the VOA immigration team ImmigrationUnit voanews com Nonimmigrant Visa Backlog Is Shrinking State Department Official Says The Biden administration has reduced wait times
19  novembre     08h04
Upcoming US Congress Likely to Keep Its Share of Foreign-Born Lawmakers
   The th U S Congress was considered the most racially and ethnically diverse ever according to studies by the Pew Research Center It showed that congressional members were born outside the United States and became U S citizens through naturalization The th Congress which will be
18  novembre     01h39
Nonimmigrant Visa Backlog Is Shrinking, State Department Official Says
   The Biden administration has reduced wait times worldwide for nonimmigrant visa interviews an official said Thursday During a briefing with reporters Julie Stufft deputy assistant secretary for visa services at the State Department s Bureau of Consular Affairs said that the agency had
16  novembre     19h52
Judge Delays End of Asylum Restrictions to Late December
   A federal judge on Wednesday granted the Biden administration a five week delay to end far reaching asylum restrictions writing in upper case letters that he was doing so WITH GREAT RELUCTANCE U S District Judge Emmet Sullivan acknowledged in his brief order that attorneys for asylum
15  novembre     23h16
Judge Orders Halt to Trump-era Asylum Restrictions at Border
   A federal judge on Tuesday ordered the Biden administration to lift Trump era asylum restrictions that have been a cornerstone of border enforcement since the beginning of COVID U S District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled in Washington that enforcement must end immediately for families and
12  novembre     21h58
Iranian Exile Who Inspired The Terminal’ Dies in French Airport
   An Iranian who got stuck for years in a Paris airport inspiring a Steven Spielberg movie starring Tom Hanks died on Saturday at the terminal an airport official said Mehran Karimi Nasseri died of natural causes just before midday on Saturday in terminal F at Charles de Gaulle airport
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Cuba Agrees to Accept US Deportation Flights as Border Crossings Rise
   Cuba has agreed for the first time since the pandemic to accept U S deportation flights carrying Cubans caught at the U S Mexico border three U S officials told Reuters giving U S authorities a new but limited tool to deter record numbers of Cuban border crossers U S Immigration and
11  novembre     21h53
Report: US Border Agency Chief Being Forced Out
   The head of U S Customs and Border Protection is being forced out of his job leading the nation s largest law enforcement agency as agents encounter record numbers of migrants entering the U S from Mexico according to two people familiar with the matter Chris Magnus was told to resign or be
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US Extends Protected Status to Mid-2024 for 6 Nationalities
   The United States has notified El Salvador that the temporary protected status of its citizens and those of five other countries will be extended through June Salvadoran Ambassador to the United States Milena Mayorga said Thursday The other countries are Haiti Nicaragua Sudan
10  novembre     01h21
Meta Layoffs Deepen Silicon Valley’s Jobs Losses
   The widespread retrenchment in the U S technology industry has thrown thousands of workers in Silicon Valley out of work a trend greatly amplified on Wednesday by Meta Platforms the parent company of Facebook which announced it would eliminate of its workforce amounting to more than
08  novembre     04h31
Afghan Americans Voting With Eye Toward Afghan Refugee Issues
   Some Afghan Americans who live in northern Virginia are determined to vote in the midterm elections saying that U S foreign policy toward Afghanistan and immigration are most important to them Matiullah Abid Noor and Shahnaz Nafees have the story Roshan Noorzai contributed to this report
06  novembre     02h35
VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, Oct. 30-Nov. 5
   Editor s note Here is a look at immigration related news around the U S this week Questions Tips Comments Email the VOA immigration team ImmigrationUnit voanews com Analysts Don t Expect Significant Changes in Immigration Policy After the Midterms Despite the record influx of
03  novembre     21h24
Analysts Don’t Expect Significant Changes in Immigration Policy After the Midterms
   Despite the record influx of migrants at the U S Mexico border and a shortage of workers in the United States experts believe immigration policy will remain unchanged after the midterm elections Some experts say that if Republicans take control of Congress President Joe Biden likely will turn
02  novembre     01h40
US Migrant Busing Highlights Immigration Policies Ahead of Midterms
   Republican governors of Florida and Texas have been trying to highlight the record number of migrants arriving at the southern U S border by sending thousands of people seeking political asylum to Washington D C New York and other places run by Democrats Aron Ranen reports from New York City