US Immigration: Supreme Court, USCIS, ICE Immigrants Data, Capitol Hill, Haiti TPS

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Washington: Supreme Court gets involved in the immigrant activity and what happened in Haiti and the aftermath of a data breach

Capitol Hill Beacon is a last-ditch effort by Capitol Hill during this lame doctor session to pass any immigration reform or legislation before the new Congress takes office in January Sincerely the immigration law farm workers have been hurting a lot lately More attention is being paid while there are other minor developments as well as the DREAM Act is being pushed forward, then senators are now urging the Senate to pass the DREAM Act which, you know, to do away with the filibuster requires the support of 10 Republicans, the main problem is to give DREAM and those with DACA legal status, the House has already passed the DREAM Act.

Senate, it would require the support of 10 Senate Republicans and that’s always been a problem and it’s still a problem because they couldn’t muster the necessary level of bipartisan support to pass the DREAM Act, but it’s behind

There’s also some pressure on the scene, although it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen anytime soon from what we’re researching

It appears, but we can not confirm it, that maybe 4 or 5 Republican Senators support him, but he still needs 10 on amnesty. Chuck Schumer claims he wants to give citizenship to 11 million people.

But this is an issue that will be debated in the next Congress. It is unlikely to happen this year, 2022, a new year starts before the end of the current session, so this is the last meeting with Schumer.

There is the development and amnesty will see if a modest immigration reform package is passed, but nothing that will have a big impact on a large number of people, so stay tuned for more on this issue

What’s going on with Haiti

People know that Haitians living in the country were granted temporary protected status by the deadline last summer. Therefore, the main argument of the lawyers is that the GST designation
It should be extended to other Haitians who came to the United States after the deadline last year
There is a push for this and then litigation at TPS in addition to efforts to extend Haiti TPS status to those involved in the 2018 TPS litigation for El Salvador,

Honduras and Haiti were the targets of the lawsuit, but recently the government announced that it will protect those of you who are involved in that lawsuit from eviction until June 30, 2024, the next time the Supreme Court rules.

The Biden administration in the states of Texas and Louisiana presented arguments about the ICA to the Supreme Court this week Or the Department of Homeland Security should focus its enforcement resources,

Supreme Court Arguments

The main problem with that argument is that the Supreme Court heard those arguments this week because you all know that the Biden administration wants to focus on deporting very dangerous people. Many States have responded by arguing that this violates Federal immigration law and we should have the ability to prosecute anyone we know has violated Federal immigration law,

The main problem with that argument is that the Supreme Court heard those arguments this week because you all know that the Biden administration wants to focus on deporting very dangerous people. In response, many States have argued that this violates Federal immigration law and we should have the ability to prosecute anyone we know has violated Federal immigration laws,

Immigrants Information

It’s great that inadvertently released the information of 6252 immigrants by posting them on the ISIS website and these are people who are already in custody Although they disclosed all this personal information about these people on their website and they took it, they removed it so that it was no longer accessible on the ISIS website, they also posted it on a website where they shared their data. and keep track of other similar information, but then remove it.

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