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  1. Immigration Weekly Round-Up: Remain in Mexico Program Continues Despite Legal Appeals; New Jersey Supporting Refugees from Afghanistan

    Remain in Mexico Program Expands While Federal Court Appeals Continue Despite calls from the Biden administration to end the Migrant Protection Protocols program, more commonly known as the “MPP” or the “Remain in Mexico” program, the policy has continued to be used. It has now expanded from parts of Texas into the border areas near San Diego, California. The program keeps asylum seekers at the southern border READ MORE READ MORE

  2. Can Military Members and Veterans Face Deportation?

    Contrary to what many people believe, members of the U.S. armed forces can face deportation, even after they return from an overseas deployment. Though joining the military can sometimes present ways to hasten the citizenship process, those who serve as non-citizens may find themselves subject to complex, inconsistent and even unclear immigration laws. THE REALITY OF VETERAN DEPORTATION U.S. engagement in the Middle East led many immigrants READ MORE READ MORE