U.S. Immigration Under The Trump Administration

Since the early days of Trump’s presidential term, he has made it clear that his administration will take a hard stance on immigration. Trump made immigration the centerpiece of his campaign in 2016, and it will once again be front and center during the next election cycle.

As president of the United States, Trump has been able to substantially alter U.S. immigration policy with executive orders that have resulted in sharp cuts to legal immigration and increased enforcement at the border. From his controversial Muslim Ban to canceling the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Trump’s policy shifts have complicated the lives of immigrants who are traveling to and already living in the United States.

In this series of blogs, we will be taking an in-depth look at the major immigration policy changes that have been initiated by the Trump administration and explain the legal implications for immigrant communities. Immigration topics we will be discussing in the series include:

Part 2: Enhanced Immigration Enforcement
Part 3: Civil Rights Groups Fight for Immigrant Medical Relief Program
Part 4: House Democrat Bill Would Ensure Citizenship for Children of Service
Part 5: Facts About Brazilian Immigrants in the U.S.

Visit our website throughout the month to read the next blog(s) in our series so you can find out more about how Trump has impacted immigration in the country and what immigrants can do to protect their rights during these confusing times.

Do you need help obtaining a green card or visa? If so, call our attorneys at Davis & Associates to schedule your free case consultation. We are here to fight for you.