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US Immigration News Roundup The Top Stories of the Week July 2023 Part 1

US Immigration News Roundup: The Top Stories of the Week

This blog highlights the following weekly US immigration news.

  • Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action in College Admissions
  • Canada Announces New Work Permit for U.S. H-1B Visa Holders
  • Desantis Unveiled His Tough Immigration Plan on Campaign Trail
  • New Bill To Help At-Risk Youth Get Green Cards
  • A New Poll Finds That Fewer Latinos Support Democratic Party

 

 


Supreme Court Strikes Down Affirmative Action in College Admissions

The Supreme Court recently decided to stop affirmative action in college admissions, concluding that universities and colleges cannot consider race as a basis for admission anymore.

 

 

Interestingly, Chief Justice John Roberts put forward the opinion while representing the conservative majority. Moreover, he argued that these programs don’t have sufficient measurable objectives to explain the use of perpetuated racial stereotypes and race without a final goal.

Canada Announces New Work Permit for US H-1B Visa Holders

Canada has launched an open work permit stream for H-1 visa holders living in the US. What’s interesting to note here is that 10,000 Americans will be allowed to work in Canada under the new program. Plus, their family members will be able to acquire study or work permits. The Open work permit will be valid for three years, during which holders can work for any employer in Canada.

Desantis Unveiled His Tough Immigration Plan on Campaign Trail

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis talked about his strict immigration plan for when he becomes president. He talked about;

  • Completing construction on the border wall
  • Putting an end to birthright citizenship
  • Raising penalties for undocumented migrants

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New Bill To Help At-Risk Youth Get Green Cards

According to the latest US immigration news, democratic lawmakers have presented a bill to simplify the process of acquiring green cards for youngsters facing the risk of deportation.

The proposed Green Card for Kids Act is expected to create a pathway to permanent residency for youth who have faced neglect, abandonment, or abuse.

A New Poll Finds That Fewer Latinos Support Democratic Party

A new poll shows that the support of Latino voters for Democrats is declining. The Axios-Ipsos Latino Poll concluded that Democrats are losing their Latino voters because of conflicts over the economy, immigration policy, and crime.




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