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AILA and Partners Send Letter Demonstrating that Nonimmigrants Are Vital to Our COVID-19 Recovery

On May 21, 2020, AILA joined 323 U.S. employers and business-related groups in sending a letter to President Trump and the Secretaries of the Department of State, Department of Labor, and Department of Homeland Security highlighting the importance of highly skilled nonimmigrant professionals to America’s economic recovery. The letter cautions that excessive constraints on these highly skilled professionals may further deepen unemployment and undermine our economic recovery.

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USCIS announces preparations to Reopen on or after June 4th.

The following notice has been issued by USCIS: On March 18, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services temporarily suspended in-person services at its field offices, asylum offices, and application support centers (ASCs) to help slow the spread of coronavirus...

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  • Biden Budget Ask Addresses Border Issues, Asylum Backlogs April 9, 2021
    President Joe Biden's 2022 budget request to Congress, unveiled Friday, includes a heavy immigration focus, with $10 billion in humanitarian assistance to vulnerable people abroad, nearly half that amount for refugee resettlement and a 21% funding increase for immigration courts.