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US Immigration News Weekly Recap March 2024 Part 1

US Immigration News Weekly Recap. March 2024 Part-1

Let’s go through the latest weekly US immigration updates.

Employment Status Could Jeopardize College Athletes’ Student Visas

There may be a risk for international college athletes to lose their F-1 student visas if they’re classified as their school’s employees.

According to a recently passed rule by the National Labor Relations Board, College athletes can be considered employees. However, this new classification would conflict with the work limitations of the F-1 visa, which limits the work hours during academic semesters.

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Immigration Surge to Boost US Economy by $7 Trillion

The GDP of the US economy is anticipated to boost by $7 trillion over the next decade due to a hike in immigration, according to a report released by the Congressional Budget Office. This report asserts that with the increase in the migrant labor force, the country’s demand will also grow, revitalizing overall economic growth over the next ten years.

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Biden Considers Trump-Era Executive Actions on the Border

To stem migrant crossings at the US-Mexico border, President Biden is assessing executive initiatives used by the former Trump administration to enact the controversial Muslim Ban. Under national interest measures, the president possesses a sweeping power to block migration to the US, according to an outline in Section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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Green Card Backlog Increased by 16% in January

There is a 16% rise in the immigrant visa (IV) backlog, from 292,105 in December to 338,256 in January, as observed by the Department of State’s National Visa Center (NVC). Additionally, a 13% increase is witnessed from 337,870 in December to 380,407 in January in the number of green card applications that were documentarily complete and ready to be scheduled for an interview. Moreover, the number of interviews planned for green card applicants also surged from 45,765 interviews in December to 42,151 in January.

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