September 21, 2020
The coronavirus has affected travel and entry circumstances for countries around the globe and the US is no exception. The impact on US immigration activities is significant. For example, services at many US embassies and consulates have been reduced if not outright stopped.
August 20, 2020
A report published by the Pew Research Center on US immigrants reveals that the United States has more immigrants than any other country in the world. Surprisingly, an estimated one fifth of the world's migrants--or 40 million people--are living in the US.
August 19, 2020
With his pick of Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate, presidential hopeful Joe Biden validates his pro-immigration outlook. Harris is half Indian and half Jamaican, a bona fide daughter of US immigrants. Harris has been a fierce critic of the draconian anti-immigrant policies of the current administration.
June 5, 2020
USCIS offices started to re-open and begin providing immigration related services in early June 2020. Per the USCIS website, non-emergency and face-to-face immigration services have resumed after a temporary halt to such activities earlier in the year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Appointments and scheduling have also restarted.
February 28, 2020
According to a US News & World report, up to 10% of voters in the US election coming up in November 2020 will be foreign born. In the State of California, the percentage may be as high as 20%.