President Biden on National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

President Biden on National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

While our Nation has made significant progress in addressing domestic violence by responding to the stories and leadership of courageous survivors, as well as through advocacy and legislative action, domestic violence nonetheless remains all too common in America. During National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, we continue to shine a light on the causes […]

A Proclamation on National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, 2022

A Proclamation on National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, 2022

By whitehouse.gov While our Nation has made significant progress in addressing domestic violence by responding to the stories and leadership of courageous survivors, as well as through advocacy and legislative action, domestic violence nonetheless remains all too common in America. During National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, we continue to shine a light on […]

Biden is Hoping Small Changes go a Long Way on Immigration

Biden is Hoping Small Changes go a Long Way on Immigration

Dallas, TX USA – April 9, 2017: Man Draped in American Flag During Immigration Reform March. (Shutterstock) By Michael D. Shear and Miriam Jordan, The New York Times WASHINGTON — Even before the political spectacle of a Republican governor flying migrants to a tiny resort island in Massachusetts, President Biden’s top border officials decided there […]

The Racist Origins of the Lawsuit Against Biden’s Immigration Enforcement Priorities

The Racist Origins of the Lawsuit Against Biden’s Immigration Enforcement Priorities

Dallas, Texas / United States – 05 30 2018: Texas Governor Greg Abbott holding a press conference to unveil his school safety plan following a school shooting at Santa Fe High School. (Shutterstock) Written by Joseph Meyers, Staff Attorney at the National Immigration Project A group of immigrant advocacy organizations filed an amicus brief in United States […]

Biden Administration’s New Public Charge Rule Should End Fear of Trump Wealth Test

Biden Administration’s New Public Charge Rule Should End Fear of Trump Wealth Test

Washington, D.C. United States 20 January 2022. Joe Biden United States President Doing Signature. (Shutterstock) By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Immigration Impact Three years ago, the Trump administration sent fear throughout immigrant communities across the nation with its Public Charge rule, which functioned as a wealth test for green card applicants. This fear had been amplified by […]

Biden Moves to Stabilize the Lives of Hundreds of Thousands of DACA Recipients, but Critical Work Remains

Biden Moves to Stabilize the Lives of Hundreds of Thousands of DACA Recipients, but Critical Work Remains

Philadelphia, PA / USA – 1/20/2018: Closeup of woman in sunglasses holding a homemade protest sign that reads: “SAVE DACA” – a crowd of demonstrators is in the background. (Shutterstock) By American Immigration Council Staff Last week, the Biden administration published the final version of a regulation that seeks to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals […]

Biden is Facing Another Major Immigration Decision. The White House is Still Weighing What to Do.

Biden is Facing Another Major Immigration Decision. The White House is Still Weighing What to Do.

By Sabrina Rodriguez, Politico The Biden administration is facing a major deadline to decide the fate of hundreds of thousands of Venezuelan exiles living in the United States. But with days to go for a decision, officials are still torn, juggling the benefits it could have on their political standing in Florida and the potential […]