Archive for the ‘Immigration News’ Category

Immigration is rapidly changing in the United States. We have partnered with Boundless, which provides in-depth immigration news and is updated almost daily. We’ve pulled out some of those news items for further analysis below.

12Jul2022

Supreme Court Tosses Trump-Era Public Charge Case

Thirteen Republican-led states tried to intervene to revive the dead lawsuit The U.S. Supreme Court today threw out an attempt by Arizona and 12 other states to defend a controversial Trump-era policy that made it harder for legal immigrants to live in the country if they used or relied on certain public benefits. The policy, […]

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12Jul2022

DHS to Provide $20M in Grants to Citizenship Preparation Programs

A $10 million increase from last year to make naturalization attainable to all communities The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Monday it would provide up to $20 million in grants to programs that help green card holders prepare for the citizenship test, a $10 million increase from last year. The Citizenship and Integration […]

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12Jul2022

Covid Vaccine and Testing Requirements When Entering the U.S.: What You Need to Know

The U.S. no longer requires air travelers to show proof of a negative test The Biden administration recently lifted its requirement that all air travelers entering the United States show proof of a negative COVID-19 test. If you're ready to visit loved ones in the United States or you simply want to sightsee, here's what […]

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12Jul2022

Boundless VP Honored for LGBTQ Leadership

Vice President of Growth Sarah Warn was named one of PSBJ's 2022 Outstanding Voices Boundless Vice President of Growth Sarah Warn was honored by the Puget Sound Business Journal this month as part of its Outstanding Voices 2022 series, which profiles honorees for their leadership in the Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia region’s LGBTQ community. Warn hails from the […]

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29May2022

Visa Bulletin for September 2022

The latest green card waiting lists as of September 2022 The U.S. Department of State released its Visa Bulletin for September 2022. That’s a big deal if you’re waiting for your priority date to be current so that your green card application can move forward. If you don’t know what a “visa bulletin” or a “priority […]

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14Feb2022

Marriage Green Cards, Explained

How to get a green card through marriage Green Card (Marriage) Congratulations on your marriage! If you and your spouse plan to live permanently together in the United States, the next big thing on your mind may be applying for a marriage green card. Not sure if you qualify to apply? Start by checking your […]

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14Oct2021

U.S. to Reopen Canada and Mexico Land Borders For Vaccinated Travelers

White House says it will lift ban in early November The U.S. government will lift travel restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico starting in November for fully vaccinated travelers, reuniting families who have been separated since March 2020. All travelers hoping to enter the United States at a land border crossing will […]

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29Jul2021

Translation of Non-English Documents for Immigration Purposes

Learn how to obtain certified English translations for your green card application. This article was provided by RushTranslate, a company that helps individuals and businesses with translation services. When applying for your green card, you will need to include various supporting documents with your application. If those documents are in a language other than English, […]

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16Jul2021

How to Navigate the U.S. Healthcare System as an Immigrant

Get the details about health insurance, eligibility, and answers to frequently asked questions In the United States, health insurance helps you and your family access necessary care, and it protects you from unaffordable medical bills. But healthcare can be confusing for immigrants because there isn’t a single form of health insurance in the United States. […]

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07Jul2021

Canada and US Start Loosening Border Travel Restrictions

Plans to fully reopen in coming weeks Pandemic travel restrictions between the United States and Canada will start to loosen, with plans to fully reopen in coming weeks, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday during a news conference. Canadian citizens and permanent residents who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can return to Canada […]

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