Immigration news today December 30, 2022

Dear Immigration Today readers,

Below, I am attaching some of the latest U.S. immigration news headlines and links from 2022.

I hope you are enjoying a wonderful end of the year and are ready to welcome 2023.

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and for joining us during this year. It has been a great pleasure to be able to share with you articles, videos and insights on U.S. immigration issues throughout the year.

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I want to wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. We look forward to continuing to provide you with valuable and up-to-date information on U.S. immigration law in 2023. We feel fortunate to have your support and look forward to continuing to grow together.




Univision National Guard, containers and barbed wire: Texas beefs up border security in El Paso

December 29, 2022



Telemundo News Eight-foot-high fences installed in El Paso, Texas

December 29, 2022



Telemundo News The drama of a family with two kidnapped children in Mexico

December 28, 2022



Telemundo News Migrants released with papers and shackles in San Antonio

December 27, 2022





CNN en Español Migrants react to the decision to maintain Title 42

December 29, 2022



CNN en Español Title 42 is less and less important, no longer stops immigration, says expert

December 29, 2022



Univision Migrants in Texas fear for their future after decision to keep Title 42 in effect

December 29, 2022



Univision "Border crisis is not a covid-19 crisis": controversy over decision to maintain Title 42

December 29, 2022



Telemundo News Immigrants at the border yearn for the end of Title 42

December 29, 2022



Telemundo News Migrants in Mexico say they will not return to their home countries

December 28, 2022



Telemundo News Title 42 will remain in place until June, says Joe Biden

December 28, 2022



Univision Supreme Court rules in favor of upholding Title 42

December 28, 2022



Telemundo News Supreme Court upholds Title 42

December 28, 2022





Univision White House calls move of migrants to Washington a "political maneuver" despite cold weather

December 28, 2022





Telemundo News Separated families face another nightmare





News and information found on the Internet is of a general nature and should not be construed as specific legal advice for any individual, case or situation.

Anyone who has questions about U.S. immigration law, including whether or not a particular immigration law applies to his or her situation, should immediately seek advice from a licensed and experienced U.S. immigration attorney to determine his or her immigration legal options.

Avoid being victim of immigration fraud and never consult with notaries, immigration consultants, paper-fillers, multi-services and others. unlicensed persons to obtain immigration legal advice.

Nelson A. Castillo is an immigration attorney with more than 20 years of legal experience and author of La Tarjeta Verde: Cómo Obtener la Residencia Permanente en los Estados Unidos (Green Card: How to Obtain Permanent Residence in the United States). He is a former President of the Hispanic National Bar Association and the Westlake South Neighborhood Council of Los Angeles.

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