Friday Jan 31st, just a few days after the third anniversary of the first Muslim Ban, the Trump administration has expanded its travel restrictions targeting even more Muslims and immigrants of color. The expanded Muslim Ban includes Sudan, Nigeria, Tanzania, Myanmar, Eritrea, and Kyrgyzstan. Individuals from Libya, Iran, Somalia, Yemen, Syria, North Korea, and Venezuela remain subject to the Muslim Ban as decribed here. In this advisory, we cover information about the status of the Muslim Ban, who is impacted, as well as information about the so-called waiver process. Please note that this information is subject to change based on the various legal challenges. We will update you should changes happen.
Dadka qaarkiis ee codsanaya deganaansho rasmi ah oo sharci ah ("kaarka cagaaran") ama fiise si ay u galaan Mareykanka waa inay ku baasaan imtixaanka "kharashka dadweynaha". Imtixaankani waa mid lagu eegayo in uu qofku u badantahy inuu isticmaali doono mustaqbalka caawinaadaha Dowlada. Saraakiisha socdaalka iyo Imigreeshinkana waxay dib u eegi doonaan dhamaan duruufaha qofka oo ay ku jiraan da'dooda, dakhligooda, caafimaadkooda, waxbarashadooda ama xirfadahooda (oo ay ku jiraan xirfadaha luqadda Ingiriisiga), iyo qofka kafaala-qaadka ah taageeradooda. Waxay sidoo kale ka fiirsan karaan in qof - aan ahayn xubin ka tirsan qoyska - uu adeegsaday qaar ka mid ah barnaamijyada waxtarka bulshada.
Sharciga Kharshka Dadwaynaha MA AHAN mid khuseeysa Haddii aad qorsheynaysid inaad dalka ka baxdo wax ka badan 6 bilood. waa fikrad wanaagsan inaad la hadash Abukaato socdaalka iyo Imegereeshinka ku taqasusay. Sharciga Kharashka Dadwaynaha ma ahan qeyb ka mid ah Codsiga Jinsiyadda Mareykanka.
Imtixaanka Sharciga Kharshka Dadwaynaha MA AHAN mid quseeyo kuwaan. Waxaad u adeegsan kartaa wixii waxtar ah ee aad u qalanto
Imtixaankan cusub ee Kharashka dadweynaha AYAA LAGA YABA in lagaa codsado. Waa inaad la hadashaa Abukaato aqoon uleh sharciga cusub oo socdaalka iyo Imegrationka. Waxaa jira barnaamijyo badan oo waxtar leh oo aan saameyn ku yeelan doonin codsiyada.
Xafiisyada Qunsuliyada Mareykanka ee wadamada kale ku yaala waxay isticmaalaan sharciyo kala duwan. Kala hadal qareen ama Abukaato aqoon leh kahor intaadan go'aan ka gaarin kiiskaaga ama barnaamijyada waxtarka ee aad rabto inaad buuxsato.
Some people who apply for lawful permanent residence (“green card”) or a visa to enter the United States must pass a “public charge” test. This test looks at whether the person is likely to use certain government services in the future. Immigration officials review all of a person’s circumstances including their age, income, health, education or skills (including English language skills), and their sponsor’s affidavit of support. They can also consider whether a person – not a family member – has used certain public benefit programs.
Whether you are affected by the public charge test depends on your current and future immigration or citizenship status.
The public charge test DOES NOT apply. If you plan to leave the country for more than 6 months, it is a good idea to speak with an immigration attorney. The public charge test is NOT part of the U.S. Citizenship Application.
The public charge test DOES NOT apply. You may use any benefits for which you qualify
The new public charge test MAY APPLY. You should speak with a qualified immigration lawyer who understands the new rule. There are many benefit programs that will not affect applications.
United States Consular Offices in other countries use different rules. Speak to a qualified attorney before making a decision about your case or about public benefit programs.
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