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Border separations just part of overall immigration crackdown

The administration has also been working to limit legal immigration by refugees and asylum seekers, travelers from certain countries, family- and employment-based immigrants, investors and even people seeking green cards. It has even begun actively de-naturalizing people it accuses of fraud in their citizenship applications.

As we have discussed before on this blog, businesses have noticed additional scrutiny of H-1B applications and the tightening of some rules for H-1B sponsors. It entirely ended the international entrepreneur rule, which allowed foreign entrepreneurs to start new businesses in the U.S. In April, the administration began demanding social media details from all visa applicants.

The upshot is that the Trump administration is clamping down on all types of immigrants, even those generally believed to make crucial contributions to our society. That means that immigrants seeking to visit, work in or move to the United States need to make sure every detail supporting their application is correct.

If you or a loved one is seeking a U.S. visa, we strongly recommend working with an experienced immigration attorney at Yew Immigration Law Group. Whether you are interested in tourism, family immigration, school or business immigration, a green card or citizenship, we have years of experience helping people just like you.

We will help you apply for a visa and support your application with accurate, meaningful detail so that it is processed correctly the first time. We will do our best to shepherd your application through the process and avoid time-consuming hurdles. Finally, if necessary, we will amend and defend your application if it is turned back by immigration authorities.

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