AsAm News: Muñoz visa decision endangers Asians in US, law center says

IRLI In The News

June 25, 2024

By Metin Ozer

Concerns about anti-Asian and anti-immigrant sentiment are being raised following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to shut down visa appeals for noncitizen marriages.

The initial decision centered around Sandra Muñoz, a U.S. citizen, who sought to fight the denial of her El Salvadoran husband’s visa application. Despite being married since 2010, the couple and their child have been living apart since 2015, according to Reuters.

Read the full story at AsAm News.

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