Supreme Court Allows Travel Ban to Go Into Effect—For Now

Supreme Court Allows Travel Ban to Go Into Effect—For Now

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. The Supreme Court ruled that Donald Trump’s travel ban can go into effect while legal challenges against it move through the courts. According to the New York Times, the Supreme Court decisions means that the administration is free to restrict entry to citizens from Iran, […]

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What You Need to Know About the Diversity Visa

What You Need to Know About the Diversity Visa

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. After a devastating terror attack in New York, Donald Trump called to put an end to the diversity visa lottery program. According to U.S. News & World Report, Trump used the terror attack to promote his desire to shift U.S. immigration to a more merit-based […]

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“Credible Fear” and Your Immigration Rights

“Credible Fear” and Your Immigration Rights

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. The Washington Post reports that Jeff Sessions recently claimed that immigration lawyers may be “encouraging otherwise unlawfully present clients to make false claims of asylum providing them with the magic words needed to trigger the credible fear process.” Immigrants should never lie to immigration officers […]

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Trump’s Threat to Withdraw from NAFTA Could Put TN Immigration at Risk

Trump’s Threat to Withdraw from NAFTA Could Put TN Immigration at Risk

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. Trump has repeatedly threatened to withdraw from NAFTA, but many considered the talk mere bluster. Yet, Trump’s hard-lined approach towards negotiations means that NAFTA may very well be on the chopping block. If the U.S. withdraws from NAFTA, there could be real consequences, not only […]

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As Lawmakers Scramble to Make DACA Deal, Some Dreamers Struggle to Pay for DACA Renewals

As Lawmakers Scramble to Make DACA Deal, Some Dreamers Struggle to Pay for DACA Renewals

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. When the Trump administration announced the winding down of DACA, it left many Dreamers protected under the program scrambling for answers and frightened about what the future will hold. Current DACA holders were given the opportunity to renew their status with an October 5th deadline. […]

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Trump Ends DACA—What You Need to Know

Trump Ends DACA—What You Need to Know

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. President Trump announced in early September that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services would be phasing out and ending DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) over the next two years. The change has made many in the immigrant […]

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Trump’s Plan Would Slash Legal Immigration in Half

Trump’s Plan Would Slash Legal Immigration in Half

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. This week, Trump proposed a new bill that would significantly re-make American immigration policy. According to the Washington Post, the new immigration plan would limit family-based immigration and would rely more heavily on a merit-based system. What is this new plan? What will it, and […]

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What to Do If You Are Stopped by An Immigration Officer: Know Your Rights

What to Do If You Are Stopped by An Immigration Officer: Know Your Rights

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky. According to Bloomberg, arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement have increased under the Trump administration. The Atlantic reports that immigration arrests have increased by 38 percent since Trump took office. Trump has expanded the categories of individuals marked as priorities for removal. This means that […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Says Grandparents, Other Relatives Are Excluded from Travel Ban

U.S. Supreme Court Says Grandparents, Other Relatives Are Excluded from Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that President Trump’s travel ban could proceed, but it could not be enforced against anyone with a “bona fide connection” to a U.S. person or entity. The ruling, however, was ambiguous because the Court only provided two examples of relatives […]

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Real Estate Industry Rallies Behind EB-5 Reform Bill

Real Estate Industry Rallies Behind EB-5 Reform Bill

Real estate experts are rallying behind a bill proposed by Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.), which would increase EB-5 visa availability. Currently, there is a visa cap of 10,000, and the spouses and children of EB-5 visa holders count toward that cap. If the bill is passed, only […]

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