Many immigrants who served in the US military may have a second chance of reentering the country according to a new immigration announcement by Biden. Though the exact number of immigrant veterans is unknown, since deportation began between 2013-2018, the Biden administration wants to bring back those who were unjustly removed from the United States.
July 9th marks the day that USCIS announced they would not longer arrest women who were pregnant nursing or postpartum. This is important to understand because USCIS was currently detaining women in these conditions; conditions like the ones in detention centers could be extremely crucial for women who are delicate or have health issues.
In a recent article posted by Immigration Impact, describes how essential it is for asylum seekers to remember every detail of the harm and or torture they endured in their home country. “Due to unprecedented backlogs in immigration court and the Asylum office, U.S. officials ask asylum seekers to describe details about the harms they suffered in their home countries years after they occurred.
Recently the Biden Administration announced that asylum seekers who were deported back to their countries under Trump Administration would be admitted into the United States to proceed with their proceedings. This means that all those who were deported back to Mexico, will now have a second chance to seek help in the United States.