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Green Card Recapture Effort Faces Uncertain Senate Future

Option may be Democrats’ best chance to make major changes to immigration policy through reconciliation. Recapturing unused green cards, a policy fix in the House reconciliation plan that could bring relief to a vast swath of immigrants, has received far…
Advocates Frustrated By Shrinking Legal Migration Under Biden

With Democrats’ immigration plans sputtering in Congress, some advocates are increasingly frustrated the Biden administration isn’t taking advantage of existing legal pathways for those seeking to come to the U.S. They described what they say are shrinking immigration opportunities under…
US Immigration Paths Vary for Afghan Evacuees

Nearly 120,000 Afghan nationals who were evacuated after the Taliban takeover on August 15 are now in temporary camps in locations around the world, starting a months- or yearslong process to resettle abroad. The immigration paths of these displaced Afghans…

WASHINGTON (AP) — Most people in the U.S. want to see Afghans who worked with Americans offered resettlement in the United States, a new poll shows, confirming support across political divides for former military translators and others struggling to escape…
In Chicago, Some DACA Holders Frustrated By Renewal Delays

Some immigration organizations have started seeking help from congressional leaders while others are coordinating petitions and phone banking to get answers about renewals for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. During this past summer, Ana Estrada kept going online…