On Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said the Biden administration will continue to expel asylum seekers under a Trump-era policy that effectively had shut down the southern border. “Due to the pandemic and the fact that we have not had time as an administration to put in place a humane, comprehensive process for processing individuals who are coming to the border,” Psaki said, “now is not the time to come.”
Mother Jones reports that since early 2017, a series of USCIS memos have outlined dramatic changes to how the H‐1B program is administered, shaking up the once-predictable H‐1B application process.
In private emails in 2015 and 2016, President Donald Trump’s top immigration adviser touted a vilely racist novel that warns of a migrant invasion, promoted the ideas of white nationalist publications, and raged at retailers who stopped selling Confederate flags in the wake of the massacre of black churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina. On Tuesday, the Southern Poverty [...]
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says aliens could swing an election. Late last week, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals issued an injunction blocking attempts by Kansas, Alabama, and Georgia to require proof of citizenship to register to vote for the upcoming election. The order was the latest in a long-running battle between those who demand strict and often onerous requirements to casting a ballot in order to combat voter fraud, and those who consider these measures as nothing more than thinly veiled attempts to suppress minority voting.