Immigration News for April 29, 2022

Below, I attach some headlines and links to U.S. immigration news. This summary has been compiled by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) of which I am a member and which may be of interest to you.





La Opinión (CA) Senators move forward on bipartisan immigration reform negotiations

By Jesús García

April 28, 2022


Univision Senate group speaks out again on the future of dreamers, TPS holders and farmworkers

By Jorge Cancino

April 28, 2022




Entrepreneur en Español In a land of entrepreneurs: Is the United States doing enough for refugees and immigrants?

By Adrián Nazari

April 28, 2022


The Economist of America Out of every 10 foreigners who invest and migrate to the U.S., 9 are Mexican: Visa Solutions

April 28, 2022




Univision Hundreds of people sleep outside immigration office in Orlando waiting to be served

April 28, 2022




Univision Texas calls for new policy to streamline asylum processing at the border

By Jorge Cancino

April 28, 2022


La Opinión (CA) Texas sues Biden Administration over new immigrant policy...that is not in effect!

By Agencia EFE

April 28, 2022





Telemundo News "We don't have COVID!": migrants demand the end of Title 42 in front of the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana (Video)

April 28, 2022




The San Diego Union Tribune Border City. Chapter 4: Violence Hits Close to Home

By Sandra Dibble

April 28, 2022


Telemundo News  Passed over the same river where he died: the body of the boy who drowned crossing the border is already in the U.S.(Video)

April 28, 2028


Telemundo News  In video: A young girl's emotional reunion with her mother after losing her brother at the border.(Video)

April 28, 2022




Los Angeles Times in English US creates board to combat Russian disinformation

By Amanda Seitz

April 28, 2022


Al Día (TX) Campaign launched to combat false and misleading information on how to immigrate to the U.S.


April 28, 2022




Univision News  More than 20 deaths during 2022: the dangerous routes in South Texas traveled by migrants after crossing into the U.S. (Video)

April 27, 2022


El Nuevo Herald Coast Guard intercepts 84 Cubans at sea in just three days

By David Goodhue

April 28, 2022


Univision News Migrants risk their lives in smugglers' trailers to reach the U.S. in the face of increased surveillance in Mexico (Video)

April 28, 2022


Univision News  "Her last words were her last words": Hispanic woman mourns twin sister's death after border crossing (Video)

April 28, 2022




Tampa Bay Times The U.S. on the trail of its leadership in Latin America

By Hernán Lugo-Galicia

April 28, 2022


Univision United in Iowa: Latinos fight for economic support in times of pandemic

April 28, 2022


El Nuevo Herald (FL) Orlando restaurant underpaid its employees. Now it has to pay $142,000

By David J. Neal

April 28, 2022




Univision Anti-immigrants put on the uniform of Trumpism again

By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

April 28, 2022




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, Esq. is an immigration attorney 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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