Camilo Montoya-Galvez, CBS News, Sept. 27, 2023
"The U.S. will aim to resettle up to 50,000 refugees from Latin America and the Caribbean in the next 12 months as part of a Biden administration...
Janelle Retka, Samantha McCabe, Jiahui Huang and María Inés Zamudio, The Center for Public Integrity, Sept. 28, 2023
"As climate change accelerates natural catastrophes, the disaster...
[ Editor's Note: I put "surge" in quotes because migration into the USA has ebbed and flowed for 200 years. As one famous person said, be not afraid.]
Cornell Keynotes, Sept. 22, 2023 ...
DHS, Sept. 29, 2023
" Redesignation Allows Additional Eligible Venezuelan Nationals Who Arrived in the U.S. on or Before July 31, 2023 to Apply for TPS and Employment Authorization Documents.
Susan Montoya Bryan, Rio Yamat, Associated Press, Sept. 27, 2023
"Chinese immigrant workers allege they were lured to northern New Mexico under false pretenses and forced to work 14 hours a day...
"Attorney General Lisa Madigan today
filed suit against a Waukegan woman for fraudulently posing as a
licensed attorney to immigrants seeking help with their status. Madigan
said the defendant's illegal practices cheated immigrants out of their
upfront payments and put them at risk for deportation. Madigan filed the lawsuit in Lake
County Circuit Court alleging Margaret Carrasco went to great lengths to
mislead immigrants that she was a licensed attorney able to assist them
by representing them at immigration hearings and helping with document
preparation. "Because the immigration process is
so complex and consumers are often desperate for help, the environment
is ripe for scam artists," Attorney General Madigan said. "This
defendant completely misled consumers who needed help, taking their
money and putting them at great risk for deportation.""
Illinois Attorney General, Oct. 14, 2011.
researchers have been able to quantify the precise extent of the
problem over the years. But a 2004 study published in the Georgetown
Immigration Law Journal found that at least tens of thousands across the
country are defrauded every year."
Chicago Reporter, Oct. 14, 2011.