Unlimited Weekly Immigration News: November 17, 2023


Apple to pay $25 million settlement over immigrant hiring lawsuit

Apple Inc. agreed to pay $25 million to settle allegations by the U.S. Department of Justice that the tech giant illegally favored hiring immigrant workers over U.S. citizens and green card holders. Foreign labor is often less expensive than hiring American workers, and international employees who rely on their employer for a green card may be less likely to leave the company for another position. Learn more in our in-depth analysis below!

Trump’s 2024 immigration plan includes mass deportations and detention camps

If re-elected in 2024, former President Donald Trump plans to deploy a radical crackdown on immigration, expanding on the anti-immigration policies of his first term. Trump’s proposed immigration plans include mass deportations and detention camps for undocumented immigrants, reinstating his previous “Muslim ban” and ending birthright rights for children born to undocumented parents in the states. -United, among others.

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Work permit backlog worsens migrant crisis in major US cities

Cities like New York are struggling to handle an influx of migrants and alleviate labor shortages due to an alarming situation. backlog of work permit applications. With more than 9 million applications backlogged and delayed processing times, migrants find themselves in limbo without work authorization and must rely heavily on city-run programs and services, now strapped for resources.

International student enrollment increases in the United States

International student enrollment at U.S. colleges and universities, driven by a surge in South Asian countries, including a record total in India, experimented its fastest growth rate in more than 40 years. The 2022-23 school year saw an increase of nearly 12%, with a total of 1,057,188 international students, representing more than 5% of U.S. postsecondary enrollment.

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