"The United States is violating domestic law, international law, asylum law, judicial standards of impartiality—you name it, we're doing it as a country."
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Immigrant communities "should definitely be concerned" about a new guidance at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, one policy analyst told Rewire.News.
My first day of graduate school was haunted by a tuition bill I could not pay precisely because my immigration status means I'm not eligible for federal aid.
The proposed rule change could bar those seeking to immigrate to the United States from being able to enter, and deny lawful permanent residents the ability to further adjust their status and naturalize, simply for accessing services for their families to which they are legally entitled.
While Secretary Pompeo may say that refusing more refugees will somehow reduce the immigration system’s operational burden, this is simply an excuse for more immigration policies that could drastically harm or even end immigrant lives.
The Roberts Court has been more than willing to make sweeping interventions to roll back civil rights. And now that Justice Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed, this will almost certainly become more pronounced.