[UPDATED] President Trump has recently threatened to begin nationwide mass U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests, which has caused many people to feel uneasy about what their rights are in such a situation. To help all those who may not know what to do in this type of situation, we’ve put together a quick primer on what rights undocumented immigrants and foreign nationals have if law enforcement agents or investigators come to arrest them.
A continued fight over the citizenship question, a Trump Administration lose on border wall funding, and more were in the news this week. Read our news roundup for the week of July 1st to learn more!
This week saw several Supreme Court rulings, an immigration officials shakeup, and new court rulings on the U.S. Census citizenship question. Read our weekly news roundup for the week of June 24th to learn more!
[UPDATED] With the current threat of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) arrests made by President Trump, we’ve put together a quick primer on what rights immigrants and citizens have if a law enforcement officer tries to question them.
To help you better understand what consular processing is, this post will give you a quick definition of the process and a high-level overview of the five main steps involved.