Rachel E. King is from Jonesboro, Arkansas and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Arkansas State University. She went on to graduate from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s William H. Bowen School of Law in 2020 where her studies included a focus on immigration law.
The European Union agreed on Wednesday to reopen its borders to visitors who have been fully vaccinated with an approved shot and to those coming from a list of countries considered safe from a coronavirus perspective, permitting broader travel just in time for the summer tourism season.
While the Biden administration’s take on immigration initially seemed to be the opposite of his predecessor’s, it’s a bit more nuanced. Our Practical Law attorney-editors discuss what that means for attorneys and employers.
A United States delegation has discussed immigration and regional development in a series of meetings in Mexico at a time that rising numbers of migrants arriving at their shared border has concerned both countries
Several pieces of recently introduced federal immigration legislation could weave new strands into the already complex web of the U.S. immigration system. The U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, which was proposed by the Biden administration and congressional Democrats, is the […]
U.S. immigration authorities will no longer use a small Pennsylvania detention center to hold parents and children seeking asylum, part of a broader shift by President Joe Biden’s administration to reduce the use of family detention.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked a Trump-era executive order that temporarily banned some immigrant visas during the coronavirus pandemic. The move opens up legal avenues to migrate to the US that former President Donald Trump had closed off, arguing […]
“We thank President Biden, Vice President Harris, and their team for a productive meeting and their support, and call on Congress to ensure sufficient state and local aid is included in the final relief package. The finish line of this pandemic is in sight, and this support will give states and territories the resources we need to reach it, while continuing to provide the essential services our constituents rely on.”