Processing times for many applications are exceedingly long at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and there needs to be a way to shorten them.
A notice of proposed rulemaking reveals USCIS may begin charging $50 for asylum applications.
The migrants being turned away at the border are just the type of people we want to welcome to the United States, if the laws change.
Closing the southern border would lead to enormous costs in supply chain delays and reduced trade. Proceed with extreme caution.
DHS is proposing a costly new rule, “Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds,” that relies on questionable economic analysis.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has a problem with processing times for applications. They’re too long.
Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen cannot with integrity simultaneously lead a department to protect the nation while also burying child suffering in semantics and blame-shifting.
Kevin McAleenan’s nomination for CBP Commissioner is the right choice for a challenging leadership role. I know this from personal experience.