This week in immigration news – May 6, 2021

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Supreme Court sides with undocumented immigrant fighting deportation

In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court sided with a Guatemalan man challenging his removal from the United States by saying that the Justice Department must issue comprehensive “notices to appear” with detailed information on both the charges and scheduled court appearances.

‘You can be kicked out any time’: U.S. immigrants’ lives upended by COVID

Foreign-born workers, many of whom are in the United States on H1-B professional visas, are at risk of deportation because of the COVID-19 pandemic and strict visa limits that make it difficult for them to find new jobs.

Some immigrants, hard hit by economic fallout, lose homes

Latinos have been hit disproportionately hard by the pandemic, with undocumented immigrants even more so, having worked in industries that suffered significant job losses as a result of the pandemic.

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