A federal judge in Texas recently rejected a request from the State of Texas for a temporary restraining order to bar nine Syrian refugees from being resettled in Houston. U. S. District Court Judge David Godbey ruled that Texas had “failed to show by competent evidence that any terrorists actually have infiltrated the refugee program, […]
The following criteria must be met in order to show that an applicant for Adjustment of Status (Form I-485) is not inadmissible on public health grounds: The medical exam must be performed by a USCIS-designated civil surgeon in accordance with Health and Human Services (HHS) regulations; The medical examination report must be properly completed; The […]
The Senate Judiciary Committee recently approved an amendment authored by Senator Patrick Leahy confirming that “the United States must not bar individuals from entering the United States based on their religion”. Leahy’s amendment was adopted by a vote of 16-4. Consideration of his amendment came after some made demands earlier this week to shut the […]
The Center for American Progress revealed that as many as 1.5 million U.S. citizens who have relatives awaiting deportation relief under DAPA will be eligible to vote for president in 2016. The study also found that 6.3 million U.S. citizens live in the same households as relatives who would qualify for protection from deportation and […]
The Visa Waiver Program allows eligible citizens from certain countries to travel to the U.S. for a period of ninety (90) days without a visa. As a result of recent terrorist attacks, the program is considered to be unsafe and there are attempts made to cancel the program. However, the program is still in existence […]
A coalition of 224 immigration, civil rights, labor and social service groups urge the Supreme Court to review the decision of the 5th Circuit Court in Texas v United States regarding the executive orders of President Obama before the termination of Obama’s presidency.
It has been argued that Texas has no legal authority to prevent a refugee who has been lawfully admitted, screened and cleared to enter the U.S. from coming to Texas and the lawsuit will be defeated.
American citizens living or travelling outside the U.S. are subject to many RISKS. A TERRORIST of one kind or another may blow them up, or shoot them or knife them. A hostile government may arrest them as spies. Contaminated food or water may cause them great discomfort. The U.S. Government may cause them paralysis. What? […]