Trump administration instructions used to apply public charge rule contain substantial errors
The new “public charge” rule is set to go live in less than two weeks but lawful immigrants applying for green cards will have their applications judged against a set of unclear rules by evaluators who may be relying on error-ridden and incorrect instructions. Those denied green cards can’t appeal these decisions even if the process is full of mistakes.
We’re looking for freelancers to spread transparency in Alabama and Arkansas
MuckRock is looking for reporters to help us investigate public records in two places where in-state citizenship is required to access them: Alabama and Arkansas.
U.S. government looking for new places to house detained migrant families
The federal government is currently looking to house thousands of migrant children and families in new locations, including military bases and, potentially, new facilities to be managed by private corporations already heavily-involved in the American detention system.
Count of [Citizenship Relinquishment & Renunciation, Certificate of Loss of Nationality] requests.
Nicholas Lee sent this request to the U.S. Department of State of the United States of America
Roadway checkpoints (Maine Department of Public Safety)
Christine Lytwynec sent this request to the Maine Department of Public Safety of Maine