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US Weekly Immigration News September 1 2023 US Immigration Updates 2023

Must-Know Weekly US Immigration Updates

In this blog, we’ll be looking at the latest US immigration updates that you must definitely know.

Biden’s TPS Extended For Six Nation

The Temporary Protection Status (TPS) program has now been redesigned and extended by Biden’s administration. There are six nations that are ensured to be protected from deportation. The countries are as follows:

  • Sudan
  • Ukraine
  • El Salvador
  • Honduras
  • Nepal
  • Nicaragua

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Afghan Allies Are Waiting For The Resettlement

About more than 840,000 Afghans who were in support of the U.S. during a 2-decade long conflict in Afghanistan are yet to have their resettlement. This showcases the challenges in the program which is curated to aid America’s allies.

Crisis For NYC’s Migrant

There are around 60,000 asylum-seekers under the care of New York City. Many of them are forced to sleep under the sky. This has now led to protests by city residents.

Ukrainian Community Group Support For War Refugees In Colorado

In Colorado, a Ukrainian community group had come together and organized a job fair. They aim to help newly arrived war refugees to get employment.




New Migrant Processing Centers in Latin America

The U.S. government has established new migrant processing centers in Latin America. This has been done under the Biden administration to create a smooth journey to the border of the U.S. and Mexico.




Collaboration Of US-Costa Rica

The U.S. President Joe Biden and Costa Rica’s leader are discussing migration, semiconductors, and other challenges posed by China’s global ambitions

US Envoy All Set To Visit Chad

Linda Thomas-Greenfield who is the Ambassador to the UN is getting ready to meet Sudanese refugees and aid workers at the border of Chad-Sudan.

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