Immigration News for Today, August 2, 2022

Below, I attach some headlines and links to recent 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.




Telemundo News  3-year-old migrant girl survived the accident (Video)

August 1, 2022



Las Américas Newspaper U.S. plans to begin family reunification in Cuba soon

August 1, 2022




Univision Political asylum applications at risk due to delays at Immigration Office

August 1, 2022



Telemundo 47 Asylum in New York: A Guide to the Process and Help for Immigrants

August 1, 2022 




TN International Declining immigration became an economic problem for the U.S.

August 1, 2022 




News El Correo Mistreatment and transfers of Hispanic immigrants detained in NY denounced

August 1, 2022


Telemundo 20 Governor's decision to return migrants to the border raises legal questions

August 1, 2022


Telemundo News Texas transports apprehended migrants to the border and hands them over to patrolmen

August 1, 2022


Telemundo News  New York shelters are on the verge of collapse due to the immigrants sent by Texas in buses. (Video)

August 1, 2022





Los Angeles Times Overview of primary voting in 5 U.S. states

By Meg Kinnard

August 1, 2022 




Univision Courts dismiss more deportation cases for lack of key notice: lawyers explain what to do

By Jorge Cancino

August 1, 2022


News El Correo MS-13 Gang Member Wanted for Murder in El Salvador Deported

August 1, 2022 




Yahoo News Promoting an immigration conspiracy theory while at the same time courting Latinos

By Jennifer Medina/The New York Times

August 1, 2022 




MSN News Massive migrant crossing at Imperial Beach: 224 migrants from 13 countries as far away as India and Nepal

By Tania Luviano and Fabiola Berriozábal / Telemundo 20

August 1, 2022 




Press Area Alleged migrant smugglers extradited after raids lead to several arrests

August 1, 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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