It was quite the surprise to learn that the government has built tents near entry ports to hold court hearing of those seeking asylum. However, because the courts are held by judges via videoconference, the public is not allowed to be inside these tents during that time which has caused many people to question if these cases are being handles properly.
Those who come to the United States seeking help and protection should be allowed to work during the asylum process in order to make a living and support their families. When these individuals enter the country many are hopeless, under stress and in need of money.
It has always been a controversy when it comes to the conditions in which immigrant detainees are being held in and the lack of medical attention they receive. In a recent article by Immigration Impact, indicates the deaths that have occurred in detention centers at the end of 2019.
According to them, 2019 was the fiscal year of the most fatalities for immigrants held in custody; eight people died while in ICE custody while many children died in CBP custody.
Can raising the prices on applications stop immigration from occurring? The reason behind this all, is to prevent immigration fraud and to prevent more migration to the United States. In a recent article by Immigration Impact, states why this increase of fees could possibly be a downfall rather than a problem solver.
Asylum seekers in the state of New York have always had a higher ability to obtain their asylum than in other states around the U.S. However, since the Trump administration came into office it has become a difficult process and they have irrefutably denied several applications.
In a recent article published by The Guardian, explains U.S immigration authorities prevented doctors from vaccinating migrant children who were detained. This, however, is an issue that causes the death of immigrant individuals who are behind bars.
Under no circumstances should the government allow this to happen, though these individuals are being held in custody it does not give the U.S the right to refuse proper health care to them an especially to children.