On Monday, July 6, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) issued a cruel modification to the rules affecting people in the U.S. on student visas. Because many colleges and universities have not finalized plans for the rest of the year, it is difficult to estimate how many students may be impacted. Below is general information about the student ban.
On April 22, 2020 President Trump signed a proclamation temporarily suspending the entry of certain immigrants into the United States in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. This Proclamation builds on a number of anti-immigrant policies put forward by the administration in the last several years by closing off almost all legal pathways to immigration.
While this information is subject to change, here is what we know now.
Part of our response to COVID-19 is ensuring that our community, and all Minnesotans, have access to resources that may be able to help them through this unprecedented time. As part of that effort, we've created the following list of available community resources and volunteer opportunities. We hope to continue adding additional resources and keep the list updated for the duration of the pandemic. Please contact us if you work for, or know of, an organization or resource that we should consider adding.
Roughly 33% of Americans have lost or expect to lose their jobs, or be furloughed, due to the Coronavirus pandemic. CAIR has prepared the following general advice for steps that you should consider taking to lessen the financial impact and better secure yourself until this pandemic passes if your employment is negatively impacted by the Coronavirus.
Tirakoobka waa tirinta dadwaynaha 10-kii sanaba mar. Waa muhiim in qof waliba lala xisaabiyo sababta oo ah tirakoobka ayaa saameyn ku leh arrimo badan oo muhiim ah.
Naga Caawi tirinta gof walba manta: https://2020census.gov/
Tusaale ahaan, Macluumaadka tirakoobka waxaa loo isticmaalaa in lagu garto Immisa lacag ah ayay dawlada iyo dawladaha hoose ay helaan dhinaca:
Minnesota waxay halis ugu jirtaa inay khasaarto mid ka mid ah 8deeda wakiil Koongareeska noo fadhiya oona noo hadla hadaanan nala tirikoobin.
The Census is an official count of every person living in the United States. The United States Census Bureau counts every person living in the country every 10 years. Information collected from the census is used to make decisions that impact communities for the next 10 years.
A complete and accurate count is necessary to make decisions about:
We need to achieve a full and complete count of all communities to ensure fair representation in Congress and full funding for programs like Medicaid, Highway Planning and Construction, and Children’s Health Insurance Program.
Muslims, immigrant communities, and communities of color have historically been undercounted. Undercounting decreases funding that our communities could benefit from, like funding for schools and healthcare, and undercounting limits our civic voice and representation.
Help us make sure every Minnesotan is counted by completing the Census today at: https://2020census.gov/
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