The Trump administration remains vigilant in changing U.S. employment-based immigration policy, leaving myriad challenges for President-elect Biden on inauguration day.
Leaders from a variety of backgrounds share real-time perspectives on how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will unfold.
Although the court stopped short of requiring border officials to obtain a warrant supported by probable cause prior to searching smartphones and laptops, its decision is being hailed as a major victory by privacy rights advocates. The ruling will serve as an important check on the rising number of electronic device searches conducted at the border each year.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection seemingly has unlimited authority to search the contents of a traveler’s electronic device, and even retain that device. While a recent lawsuit has challenged that authority, travelers should nevertheless consider safeguarding privileged or sensitive information stored on their electronic devices when entering the United States.
Is the Trump administration planning to suspend visa issuance to all citizens of sanctioned countries? A new rule paves the way.