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Immigration and Customs Enforcement Facing New Rules Under President Biden | U.S. & Immigration News

00:06-03:20 U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is preparing to issue new guidelines to agents that could sharply curb arrests and deportations. The change comes as the Biden administration attempts to assert more control over an agency afforded wide latitude under Trump, according to memos and emails obtained by The Washington Post. 03:21-06:33  Happy Chinese New Year, Brad Squad! Chinese New Year begins February 12th, marking the start of a new year on the lunar calendar. Each year is assigned one of the 12 Chinese zodiac signs (which are different animals) and 2021 is the Year of the Ox. The Chinese calendar is made up of 12 months—alternating in length by 29 or 30 days—equivalent to 354 days.  06:34-07:20 Trump’s legal team presented their defense during the former president’s impeachment trial. Trump’s lawyers announced they would only be using 4 of the 16 hours they were allotted, and argued that Trump did not encourage violence at the Capitol, and that his speech ahead of the riot was protected by the First Amendment. His lawyers also defended Trump’s behavior by arguing that he could no more be held responsible for the Capitol assault than Democrats could for the violence that erupted at some racial justice protests last summer. 07:21-08:01 Last week, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala (Uh-kon-Joe I-Way-Luh) received the Biden administration's "strong support" to become Director-General of the World Trade Organization. The World Trade Organization is an intergovernmental organization that is concerned with the regulation of international trade between nations. It is the largest international economic organization in the world. 08:02-09:21 According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, there are now over 107 million novel coronavirus cases worldwide. Over 2.3 million people have died. Over 60 million people have recovered globally. In the United States, over 27 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19. The current death toll in America is over 476,000 people. In the US, health officials say the majority of Americans could be vaccinated by the end of summer. And Dr. Barney Graham, Deputy Director of the Vaccine Research Center at National Institutes of Health, says the doses can be effective against variants. Fri-Yay News 09:22-13:04 Rod Ponton, a county attorney in Presidio County, Texas, recently found himself unable to figure out how to turn off the cat filter on his Zoom call during a hearing on Tuesday in Texas’ 394th Judicial District Court. Judge Roy Ferguson, presiding over the case, begins by telling Ponton in the video: “Mr. Ponton, I believe you have a filter turned on in the video settings.” The attorney ends up clarifying: “I’m here live. I’m not a cat.” 13:05-14:54 A Chicago man's unusual method of calling "dibs" on a parking space is gaining attention on social media after he perfected a method of freezing his pants so they stand on their own. Adam Selzer posted photos to Twitter showing him reserving a shoveled-out parking space using pairs of frozen pants that he shaped to stand up on their own. 14:55-16:24 Chicago Restaurateur Robert Magiet has been buying out street vendors’ tamales so they can call it a day during the city’s brutal cold snap. He says on average he purchases 15 dozen tamales for an average price of $16 a dozen. Magiet told CNN: "At first they are in disbelief. They don't understand why someone would want to buy so many tamales." Magiet then stocks Love Fridges scattered around the area with the tamales. The community refrigerators provide people in need with food free of charge. 16:25-20:35 A student at the University of Georgia said her professor gave her another shot to finish her economics exam after a meatball sub incident logged her out prematurely, giving her a failing grade. Sam Lee was eating the sandwich while taking the test when a meatball fell onto her keyboard. She said: "It hit some sort of escape button and closed the entire browser.” Lee said she was initially "more worried about [her] sandwich and computer ... that either one of them would be ruined." . Attorney Advertisement. Prior successful results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Call us for HELP NOW! *USA*: 1-800-529-5465 *INT:* 1-212-227-8933 VISIT Law Offices of Spar Bernstein 225 Broadway, 5th FL New York, New York 10007 Book Immigration Consultation with Brad Bernstein for Legal Consultation NOW! Book an Immigration consultation with our immigration lawyer NOW! Join the Brad Squad SOCIAL MEDIA Visit BradShowLive Facebook Follow Brad Show Live Instagram Follow Brad Show Live Twitter

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