Important Updates on the Trump Administration’s Latest Changes to Refugee Resettlement and How These Changes Will Affect You
The Trump administration has made a new policy that will impact refugee resettlement in the United States.
We expect that this policy will be challenged in the United States court system. Currently the information below is correct but it may change again soon. We will update this information as soon as we learn about any changes.
Three important updates
1) dina April 25, 2018, nu Agung Pangadilan AS uninga alesan ngeunaan tarekat eksekutif nu diwatesan perjalanan ka Amérika Serikat ti nagara tangtu. The US Solicitor General says the travel ban is constitutional, but immigrant rights groups asked the Supreme Court to oppose the ban.
The larangan perjalanan ayeuna Batesan perjalanan ti tujuh bangsa - Iran, Libya, Suriah, Yaman, Somalia, Vénézuéla jeung Koréa Kalér. Jalma ti nagara ieu bisa jadi teu immigrate ka Amérika Serikat, sarta loba nu teu diwenangkeun pikeun datangna pikeun digawé atawa ulikan atawa pakansi.
Update: on June 26, Mahkamah Agung dijieun kaputusan pikeun ngidinan larangan perjalanan. Baca leuwih seueur tentang kaputusan Pangadilan urang Agung ngeunaan larangan perjalanan.
2) Increased Security Checks will begin for all refugees.
The administration is increasing security checks and background checks. This will be required for all refugees, including those who have already undergone their security check.
3) The administration has temporarily stopped (paused) “Following-to-Join” applications. (These are the legal applications to bring your spouse or children to the United States).
The administration has temporarily stopped (paused) all FTJ I-730 applications. We do not know when “Following-to-Join” applications will start again.