The Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) recently released an interactive map and charting tool that displays characteristics of the eligible to naturalize population. Debuted at the New Americans Campaign Annual Naturalization Practitioners Conference last week in Chicago, IL, this tool allows partners to visualize over 40 pieces of socioeconomic data about LPRs who are eligible to naturalize, including language, age, gender, access to computer or the internet, period of entry, poverty level, and more.

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‘Panic Button’ Application Among Several New Aids Offered to Mexicans in US By Mark Browne | April 20, 2017 | 10:21 PM EDT (Image: Mexico Department of Foreign Affiars) Mexico City (CNSNews.com) – The Mexican government has added a “panic button” to its mobile application aimed at helping Mexican migrants in the U.S., while two other applications for immigrants in the U.S. without legal permission – both announced to fanfare in the media last month – have yet to appear online.

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With the upbeat slogan, "I help immigrants make America great again," Visabot is an artificial intelligence-based tool that simplifies and streamlines visa application processes that today offers Dreamers a free tool to prepare DACA applications. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, February 24, One group specifically exempted from the harsher new immigration procedures announced Tuesday are those who qualify for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) or "Dreamers," certain people who arrived in the US when they were less than 16 years old and will be under 36 on June 15, 2017. To ensure that legal fees don't deter the million potential ...

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Tech firms are increasingly dipping their toes into politics since President Donald Trump took office. For one thing, they’ve been among the most vocal opposition to his immigration orders. When he floated the idea of a Muslim registry in December, more than a thousand tech employees signed a pledge not to take part in creating it.

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This is a handy guide designed to be printed, folded, and carried in your pocket while traveling.

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Your daily life doesn't disappear just because ICE has detained you in a raid. A new app lets you get the word out when every second matters.

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App lets users decide fate of refugees World / 21 Jul '16, 7:31pm Reuters New York - Looking to change public perception about migrants in the Netherlands, two journalists have launched a Smartphone app that dramatises the asylum-seeking process and lets users ask tough questions of would-be refugees. With “The Detailed Interview” app, users select questions for actors portraying migrants from Syria and Guinea as they explain why they fled their homelands. File photo: SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg.

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