Jon Campbell, Gothamist, Sept. 22, 2023
"Federal, state and city officials say they’re committed to identifying Venezuelan migrants in New York City who are now eligible for Temporary Protected...
AIC, Sept. 20, 2023
"Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, our Policy Director, testified before Congress to explain the positive economic contributions of immigrants in the U.S. and the ongoing challenge that...
Hillary Chura, CSM, Sept. 20, 2023
"What the president could do is issue an executive action that extends parole to more nationalities, says Stephen Yale-Loehr , an immigration law professor at...
The Hon. Dana Leigh Marks recaps the status of DACA.
Alexander Kustov, Michelangelo Landgrave, Sept. 6, 2023
"The US public significantly lacks knowledge about immigration. While various attempts to correct misperceptions have generally failed to...
"A landmark appeal in Washington DC could determine the future status of those born in US territories. Lene Tuaua from American Samoan leads four other plaintiffs in a case where they're arguing that being born on US soil, they are entitled to be known as more than "non-citizen nationals". Representatives from Guam, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are supporting the case. Attorney Charles Ala'ilima, an American Samoan himself, says while other territories do receive citizenship, American Samoa are still treated as second class." - RadioAustralia, May 15, 2014.
June 2013 district court decision here.
Appellants' brief here.
Amicus brief here.