On Friday, President Trump signed an Executive Order to provide further guidance to DHS on enforcing our immigration laws and to suspend entry into the United States certain classes of foreign nationals in order to ensure our immigration system is working in a way that best protects the safety and security of the American public.Details
One of President Trump’s executive orders on immigration dramatically expanded priorities that determine who can be deported. Immigrant rights advocates and attorneys say that under the expanded definition, nearly any undocumented immigrant could be considered a target.
This “reprioritization – non-prioritization really” – of who is deportable is “one of the most troubling aspects of Trump’s executive order on interior enforcement,” according to Melissa Keaney, staff attorney at the National Immigration Law Center (NILC).Details
SAN JOSE, Calif. – President Trump’s executive order to ban immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries for at least 90 days and to indefinitely ban Syrian refugees from entering the United States is an unprecedented assault on fundamental American values of justice and freedom. It has already set off a chain reaction of broken promises and calamitous uncertainty throughout the world.Details
Trucks lined up to cross to the United States from Mexico on January 25, 2017, on the outskirts Tijuana. Guillermo Arias/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Last week, President Trump made good on his promise to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership, formally abandoning the 12-nation trade agreement. During his campaign, he also ran against the North American…Details
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today published a final rule to improve the ability of certain promising start-up founders to begin growing their companies within the United States and help improve our nation’s economy through increased capital spending, innovation and job creation.Details
President-elect Donald Trump’s news conference on Jan. 11 was contentious. Justin Lane/European Pressphoto Agency Donald J. Trump canceled campaign credentials for news organizations that wrote critically of him. He taunted one reporter so badly the Secret Service offered to escort her out of his furious rally. He said he would expand libel laws. His staff…Details
The U.S. Capitol is hung with flags for the Inauguration of President-elect Donald J. Trump on Jan. 20. Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images We asked speechwriters for the last eight presidents to offer words that they would like to hear from President-elect Donald J. Trump in his Inaugural Address on Jan. 20. Here are their suggestions.…Details
The Henry Mountains frame the desert landscape of the Colorado Plateau in southern Utah. Over half of Utah’s land is owned by the federal government. Kevin Moloney for The New York Times House Republicans have made it easier for Congress to transfer federal lands to state and local authorities — an idea that was championed…Details
To apply for naturalization, you will need to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. Below you will find a general description of the application process.
Before you apply, be sure that you meet all eligibility requirements. Check if you qualify for any exceptions and accommodations. You can use the naturalization eligibility worksheet (PDF, 301 KB) and document checklist (PDF, 178 KB) to help you prepare.Details
After what seemed like a long election process, the American people selected Republican nominee Donald Trump as their new president. Many people are curious about what comes next under President Trump, who made harsh statements about refugees and Muslims during the campaign. Trump promised to build a wall along the Mexican border and said he will send undocumented immigrants back to their home countries.
Immigrants and refugee families living in the U.S. are now waiting to see what Trump will do.Details